Bichon Mix Dog Can’t Walk but Recovers

Bichon Mix Dog Can’t Walk but Recovers

Learn About Otis – Walking Again with Nzymes Help Last May when Otis was 12.5 years old, he developed problems with walking. At first, we thought it was arthritis but soon he could not walk at all (much like Chessey). There was a problem in his spinal column,...
Bichon Frise Conquers Dog Allergies Symptoms

Bichon Frise Conquers Dog Allergies Symptoms

Story of Yoshie – in Overcoming Apparent Dog Allergies Symptoms December 4, 2013 “Yoshie’s Magic Elixirs” We rescued Yoshie, our beloved Bichon Frise, 8 years ago. The people who we got him from wanted to get an Australian Dingo (yes a wild dog...
Kennel Cough in Dogs, Natural Answers

Kennel Cough in Dogs, Natural Answers

The Gentle, Effective Answer to Kennel Cough Watching your dog suffer from Kennel Cough can be heart-wrenching.  However, watching a short Video – at the bottom of this page – can show you how easily and quickly you can have a happy, playful canine friend...
Dog Flu or Canine Influenza

Dog Flu or Canine Influenza

Facts and Resolution Options for the Dog Flu Dog Flu Overview The Dog Flu is an illness or Condition usually involving respiratory distress and possibly other symptoms, such as fever. Being caused by the Canine Influenza Virus, this type of condition is therefore...
Panosteitis in Dogs

Panosteitis in Dogs

An Overview – PANO, or Panosteitis in Dogs Panosteitis, often abbreviated as PANO, is a condition characterized by an accelerated rate of growth which most commonly results in lameness and/or arthritis-like aches or pains in the long bone of the legs. Very...
Great Dane Overcomes Pano Symptoms

Great Dane Overcomes Pano Symptoms

Harley’s Issues:  Pano, Growing Pains, Dull Coat Thank you, thank you, and thank you. Well, it’s been 8 days since I have been giving my boy, Harley, the double dose of NZYMES® Antioxidant Treats and he is doing really well. I found Linda...
Cushing’s Disease and Dogs

Cushing’s Disease and Dogs

Cushing’s Syndrome – Challenges & Support Options Cushings Disease, or Syndrome, is best described as a set of symptoms that tend to accompany the “over-production of Cortisol” within the body. Such a condition usually takes a significant...
Bronchitis in Dogs

Bronchitis in Dogs

What Can Be Done for Bronchitis in Dogs, Acute or Chronic? Dog Bronchitis, acute or chronic, usually affects middle-aged to older dogs. The cause of canine bronchitis isn’t completely clear but has often resulted from untreated respiratory issues like Kennel...
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel & Dog-Food Poisoning

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel & Dog-Food Poisoning

My Story About Dog Food Poisoning: I had begun using your NZYMES® Granules, Ox-E-Drops and Bac-Pak Plus in early February 2007. My dog is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and has 5 new puppies. She is not a big dog and weighs normally 14 lbs. In March I purchased two...
Pemphigus in Dogs

Pemphigus in Dogs

Holistic Help for Dog Skin Problems of Pemphigus Nature Pemphigus is a medical name for an entire GROUP of autoimmune issues which may make themselves known by the negative health effects they have on skin areas of the pet (usually dogs) and, with some frequency,...
Dachshund Paralysis Recoveries – Short Stories

Dachshund Paralysis Recoveries – Short Stories

Quick Reviews:  4 Brief Dachshund Recovery Stories – Paralysis We get many dog recovery stories on a weekly basis – especially about dog paralysis – that are very SHORT comments about results seen with the benefit of NZYMES® in the daily diet. So,...
Aries; this Doberman Pinscher was Troubled with Wobblers

Aries; this Doberman Pinscher was Troubled with Wobblers

Issues with Aries:  Wobblers Syndrome In June 2008, mobility difficulty with Aries was diagnosed, and Wobblers Syndrome was the presumed issue. Her back-end was giving out on her and she could no longer jump the fence or walk steadily. I found NZYMES.COM online while...
Heartworm Disease, Overview & Help

Heartworm Disease, Overview & Help

A Short Primmer on Heartworm Disease Canine Heartworm disease, otherwise known by its medical name – Dirofilaria immitis – is basically a worm/parasite infestation issue that is most often transmitted from dog to dog by a mosquito. Those...
Ricky, Another Humane Society Mange Recovery Story

Ricky, Another Humane Society Mange Recovery Story

Ricky and Holistic Support for Mange Recovery Ricky was sitting at the county shelter with a serious case of mange. Collin County Humane Society scooped him up quickly from the dangerous shelter and he is in foster care. He has been given his daily supplements from...
Max D: Great Dane Dog Defies Wobblers Syndrome

Max D: Great Dane Dog Defies Wobblers Syndrome

After NZYMES, this Dane is Ready to Wobble right over the Fence This is a final follow-up for our beautiful Great Dane, “Max”.  He was absolutely regal with champion blood lines 3 generations on both sides. Unfortunately, all the breed purity ended up in...
Rosie, a Dachshund Puppy Overcomes Kennel Cough

Rosie, a Dachshund Puppy Overcomes Kennel Cough

Dachshund Overcoming Kennel Cough We got a new puppy, “Rosie”, that had some respiratory problems and was on several different types of antibiotics and I was very worried none of them were working on her. Previously, I had a 13-year-old Dachshund,...
Sam, a Golden Previously Troubled by Hot Spots

Sam, a Golden Previously Troubled by Hot Spots

Sam’s Issues: Hot Spots, Skin Problems July 14, 2001. We are the owners of one of the most beautiful Golden Retrievers that God has ever made. He is four years old and every time we take him out in public we get congratulatory remarks from strangers on what a...
Fox, Shih-Tzu Mix Recovering from Paralysis

Fox, Shih-Tzu Mix Recovering from Paralysis

Happy Paralysis Recovery for Fox After Incident Fox is our 7-year-old Maltese Shih-Tzu, loves to play and cuddle. He’s always been a healthy dog. About a year ago, a routine trip to the groomer turned out to be devastating for me and my family which left us with...
Duke, Doberman had Suffered with Wobblers Syndrome

Duke, Doberman had Suffered with Wobblers Syndrome

DOBERMAN DOG finds Help for Wobblers Syndrome My deaf Doberman, Duke, has had one prior episode of Wobblers syndrome a few months back (2006) in which he exhibited symptoms. After using Prednisone for about 7 days, he eventually was back to normal. Then came 2 weeks...
Lab Mix LILY: Hip Dysplasia & Poor Mobility

Lab Mix LILY: Hip Dysplasia & Poor Mobility

Hip Problems & Compromised Mobility Troubles December 3, 2012 This last February, Lily, my seven-year-old Lab/mix began showing signs of what I expected to be hip dysplasia. It came on very suddenly. She began walking slowly with her head down and not wanting to...
Nzymes Reviews: See What Customers Have to Say

Nzymes Reviews: See What Customers Have to Say

Shopper-Approved.com Has Collected nearly 27,000 Nzymes Reviews Customer Reviews are collected upon checkout – 96% being 4 or 5 Star Reviews CUSTOMER REVIEWS NOTE: A few ‘customer reviews’ are displayed below – in ‘auto rotating’...
Apache, no more Coprophagia for this Dalmatian

Apache, no more Coprophagia for this Dalmatian

Dalmatian Dog had Stool Eating Habit and Anal Gland Problems I ordered NZYMES® Sprouted Granules late last summer, and honestly didn’t notice much change in Apache, until I ran out! Now that I look back, I realize that gradually Apache had stopped lurching...
Tever, Mini Spaniel had Seizure Problems

Tever, Mini Spaniel had Seizure Problems

Touching Story About a War Vet and Dog Having Seizures “Tever is my best friend!” I am a Viet Nam Veteran with severe PTSD. I live alone and the Police Dept. knew I needed a companion because they checked on me every day. So along comes Tever, a 2-year old...
Coprophagia in Dogs, or Stool-Eating

Coprophagia in Dogs, or Stool-Eating

Why Dogs Turn to Coprophagia (Consuming Feces) Although Coprophagy in dogs during fall and winter is more prevalent, this unsightly habit of stool eating is rather natural and fairly common. It’s also likely a practice that is a hold-over from prehistoric times...
Siberian Husky had Suffered with Pemphigus

Siberian Husky had Suffered with Pemphigus

Storm, Siberian Husky gets Help for Pemphigus Issue July 25, 2009 When we took Storm to the vet for the skin issue, the vet said Storm had a pemphigus type skin disorder, probably caused by vaccinosis (toxins in vaccinations) that would require the life-long...
Allergies in Dogs, What to Consider

Allergies in Dogs, What to Consider

What to Know about Allergies in Dogs Does your Dog Experience These Symptoms? Warm Weather Flare Ups (summer “allergies”) Itchy Skin and Paws Excessive Licking and Scratching Serious or Minor Hair Loss Issues Hot Spots (some cases) Ear Infections (some...
– Arthritis in Dogs, Calming Discomfort

– Arthritis in Dogs, Calming Discomfort

Natural Help Options for Arthritis in Dogs Arthritis in dogs is a degenerative joint condition that involves pain and inflammation of one or more joints. Research shows that one in five dogs will develop arthritis, and many breeds develop it at a much younger age than...
Addison’s Disease in Dogs

Addison’s Disease in Dogs

Dogs and Addison’s Disease (Hypoadrenocorticism) In animals with Addison’s disease, there is a deficiency of the corticosteroid hormones. It is often difficult for the vet to discover the direct cause of this deficiency unless the dog is taking medications...
Phone Support – for OTHER Health Issues

Phone Support – for OTHER Health Issues

Offer of Available Phone Support & Help While our previous website had tremendously greater content – in covering ailments and issues that might only affect a limited number of pets or horses, or maybe even people, much of that content or ‘written...
Protecting your Pet from Holiday Pet Dangers

Protecting your Pet from Holiday Pet Dangers

Awareness is Key to Securing a Home from Holiday Pet Dangers This article on “Holiday Pet Dangers” is offered to enlighten and increase awareness – so that people can enjoy increased safety for their precious pets during holiday seasons. So, as the...
Why Give Your Dog Apple Cider Vinegar

Why Give Your Dog Apple Cider Vinegar

Overview: Benefits of Giving Your Dog Apple Cider Vinegar Why give your dog apple cider vinegar? Surely we have all heard the old saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”. This could well have a lot of merits. Apples are among the most health-giving...
Canine Cancer & Diet, 2

Canine Cancer & Diet, 2

Canine Cancer and Diet:  Part Two   In the last issue, I talked about things that may cause cancer in your dog.  This time I want to share with you different supplements that canaid in detoxifying your pet and decreasing the likely hood of cancer occurring.  Some...
Canine Cancer & Diet, 1

Canine Cancer & Diet, 1

Canine Cancer and Diet, Part 1 I’ve had several people contact me lately in regards to their dogs having cancer and wanting to know what they can do to help along with or outside of traditional western medicine.  Many people are looking for alternative ways to...
Wobblers Syndrome in Dogs

Wobblers Syndrome in Dogs

Understanding Wobblers and What You Can do About It What is Wobblers? Wobblers syndrome in dogs is an issue that mainly affects large and giant breeds.  It is a compression or slippage of the discs in the spine that results in neck pain and mobility issues – sometimes...
Chronic Ear Infections in Dogs

Chronic Ear Infections in Dogs

Answers to Repeating, Yeasty Ear Infections in Dogs Since NZYMES began operations in 1999, we’ve had thousands of clients contact us regarding chronic ear infections in dogs. It has been our experience that the vast majority of these cases have not been simple issues,...
Natural Solutions for a Dog’s Itchy Skin

Natural Solutions for a Dog’s Itchy Skin

Itchy Dog, Too much Scratching? Get Help, Win the Battle! Itch, scratch, repeat. Seems like an endless road, right?. You might think “Fleas”, but you don’t find any, and are sure the dog is flea-protected. So, what else could be going on? Sometimes...
Thyroid Problems in Dogs

Thyroid Problems in Dogs

About Natural Support for Thyroid Concerns in Dogs Thyroid problems in dogs have a long list of sneaky symptoms – they start showing themselves slowly and you may not even realize they are all related to the proper function of this delicate little gland. The thyroid...
Biscut, American Eskimo with Seizure History

Biscut, American Eskimo with Seizure History

Biscut Overcomes Seizures & Shedding, & Lives 19 Years Biscut was a lively and adorable little dog that is remembered fondly by all of us in the Nzymes family. She belonged to my uncle Stan, who along with his brother (and my grandfather) Tom, started this...
Can Dog Warts Spread, are they Contagious?

Can Dog Warts Spread, are they Contagious?

Via Saliva, ‘Oral Papilloma Warts’ Can be Very Contagious Most of us have a good idea what warts look like, at least on the skin, with those mostly flat, raised and somewhat hard bumps; many of us have experienced one or more of these small growths.  But...
Causes of Diarrhea in Dogs You Might Not Know

Causes of Diarrhea in Dogs You Might Not Know

Diarrhea in Dogs – The Typical Causes PREFACE: On the subject of ‘diarrhea in dogs’, it would be normal to assume that every dog is going to have diarrhea sometimes, right? This issue is not a shocker – but it can sometimes become a problem. Diarrhea...
A Personal Note About Dog Shedding

A Personal Note About Dog Shedding

Dog shedding has undoubtedly become an accepted inconvenience for many pet parents. Normal, busy lives do not usually accommodate the amount of time required to keep the evidence of shedding from taking over everything in our homes. Couches, clothes, floors and chairs...
What is Leaky Gut Syndrome?

What is Leaky Gut Syndrome?

What it means – Leaky-Gut in Pets If you are reading this, chances are you may not know what leaky gut syndrome in dogs is – but there’s a good chance you already know it’s as gross as it sounds and has likely found this page by discretely Googling diarrhea,...
Is Your Dog Happy?

Is Your Dog Happy?

How You Might Contribute – or Not Everyone wants a healthy dog – but how would you know? Is your dog happy? We have any number of tests and measures to help you determine the health of a dog; but – just like people – happiness also plays a key role...
Dog Bloat & Torsion Problems

Dog Bloat & Torsion Problems

Facts on Twisted Stomach/GDV in Dogs Bloat can be a funny word sometimes – but there is nothing funny about bloat when it comes to dogs – this issue in dogs is downright scary and must be addressed immediately and properly. Dog bloat, twisted stomach and stomach...
Kibble Dog Food With Glucosamine – Is It Enough?

Kibble Dog Food With Glucosamine – Is It Enough?

We’ve all seen the commercials: Happy dogs, eating fancy foods with fancy labels that promote how this particular kibble dog food helps to maintain healthy joint function and/or alleviate joint pain. “Our quality dog food is amazing and contains a high...
A Few Helpful Tips on Picking a Dog Groomer

A Few Helpful Tips on Picking a Dog Groomer

Pet Grooming Tips Picking a dog groomer is a lot like choosing your dog’s sitter – for most of us pet parents that means Operation Interrogation. We have lots of questions and just because a groomer has been recommended by your neighbors or friends doesn’t...
– What is a Systemic Yeast Infection in Dogs?

– What is a Systemic Yeast Infection in Dogs?

Yeast Candida and Fungal Skin Issues in Dogs (or Cats) Early symptoms of Yeast (Candida) taking control of the Gut are not so obvious; it’s mostly about itching/scratching, and too much licking at feet or legs (maybe some chewing involved). If things are allowed...
10 Facts About the Dog Flu

10 Facts About the Dog Flu

Things you may need to know – if you suspect ‘Dog Flu’ Most dog owners have heard of the canine influenza virus, but here are a few quick facts about the dog flu that are helpful for every dog parent to know. 1. What is the dog flu? The “dog...
7 Ways to Prevent Digestive Disorders in Dogs

7 Ways to Prevent Digestive Disorders in Dogs

Some Healthy Habits to Keep Your Dog Free of Digestive Issues Digestive disorders in dogs can range from serious to just stinky and it is widely agreed that it’s best to avoid all of them. All creatures, big and small, will experience some level of digestive...
Australian Shepherd with Hip Dysplasia?

Australian Shepherd with Hip Dysplasia?

Hip Dysplasia and Herding-Breed Dogs Are you surprised to see your Aussie, Border Collie or similar breed starting to struggle with his hips? You’re not alone.  While the Australian Shepherd is generally a very healthy breed of dog, hip dysplasia is, unfortunately, a...
3 Healthy Habits to Reduce Dog Shedding

3 Healthy Habits to Reduce Dog Shedding

I can’t imagine shedding hair the way some dogs do. Imagine how awkward would it be to go over to a new friend’s home and have my hair start falling out everywhere. How embarrassing. And yet some dogs – through no fault of their own – face this...
4 Do’s and Don’ts at the Doggy Park

4 Do’s and Don’ts at the Doggy Park

A Few Doggy Park Rules… I am so excited to meet the new dog in my life… I don’t have him or her yet, but I’m already getting prepared: picking out doggy bowls, researching the best foods for my new friend and looking up nearby dog parks – and there are a bunch...
4 Common Causes of Canine Paralysis

4 Common Causes of Canine Paralysis

If your child developed paralysis it would be heart breaking. So, as doggy parents, getting a diagnosis of canine paralysis is equally devastating information… but it’s perfectly possible for most dogs to survive this difficult condition with a little extra help from...
Does Your Dog Smell Like Fritos?

Does Your Dog Smell Like Fritos?

Not nuts about your dog smelling like Fritos? I love Fritos. You know – those salty, crunchy, corn chips – perfect for every occasion.  I believe Fritos are what God intended when he made corn (and I suspect the Mayans would have discovered the Frito long ago...
The Reverse Sneeze: Don’t Freak Out Just Yet

The Reverse Sneeze: Don’t Freak Out Just Yet

To Sneeze, or Not to Sneeze It may sound like your dog is choking, can’t breathe or having an asthma attack… but don’t panic – it could be a fairly common phenomenon… the reverse sneeze. For some dogs this can actually be a normal part of life, much like normal...
Is Yeast Free Dog Food The Answer?

Is Yeast Free Dog Food The Answer?

Hearing recommendations that your dog needs ‘yeast free’ dog food? You’ve recently figured out that your dog is battling a yeast infection. You know that diet is a key factor in getting this problem under control –so now the hunt begins to find a...
A Dose of Nutrition to Fight Dog Arthritis

A Dose of Nutrition to Fight Dog Arthritis

Healthy Eats that May Kill the Creaks A Little Super-Nutrition Daily Can Help the Fight with Dog Arthritis! In this age of wonder drugs, it’s no wonder good ole real nutrition is becoming less available and more unpopular. It’s downright inconvenient to hunt for live...
3 Things to Consider about Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

3 Things to Consider about Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

Canine Hip Dysplasia, Further Info & Considerations Hip dysplasia with dogs can be a devastating diagnosis; no two ways about it. You witness your dog experiencing discomfort, and the options facing you can be scary, often ineffective and possibly quite...
Skin Blackening in Dogs

Skin Blackening in Dogs

Is your Dog Troubled by Skin Turning Black? Noah was a young Pit Bull-Mastiff mix with perfect pink skin and a healthy looking coat. At 2 years of age, after a routine trip to the vet for vaccination shots, he began to develop a patch of blackened skin. The vet tested...
A Pair of Beagle Stories on Dog Hip Pain & Immobility

A Pair of Beagle Stories on Dog Hip Pain & Immobility

Nzymes Reviews: Pair of Beagle Dogs Overcoming Hip Pain NOTE:  Every day, NZYMES® receives many ultra-short stories of success that are a bit too short to create a complete success-story page.  So, provided below are a PAIR of such items – both about Beagles...
5 Ways to Approach Arthritis Concerns in Dogs

5 Ways to Approach Arthritis Concerns in Dogs

Other Factors to Consider with Dog Arthritis Concerns Arthritis in dogs is an all too common ailment. Many pet parents have resigned themselves to the fact that arthritis, and its debilitating impact, are just part of a dog’s life. While there are some forms of...
5 Myths About Dog Allergies

5 Myths About Dog Allergies

Has Your dog been “Diagnosed” with Allergies?  Print this page Welcome to the club. According to many recent polls, “dog allergies” is the most frequent ailment diagnosis heard from local veterinarians in our modern times. Yet, why would so...
Bordetella Vaccine – All It’s Coughed Up To Be?

Bordetella Vaccine – All It’s Coughed Up To Be?

Evaluation Discussion on the Bordetella Vaccine It seems like sharing an opinion about vaccines these days is like talking about politics or religion… with your in-laws… on the first day of a week-long visit. Bad idea. Yet here I am, starting a discussion. Only it’s...
Top 5 Homemade Remedies for Kennel Cough Symptoms

Top 5 Homemade Remedies for Kennel Cough Symptoms

5 Ways to Soothe Kennel Cough Symptoms Kennel cough in dogs is often referred to as Bordetella or Bordetellosis, and can be easily compared to the “common cold” in people: it’s pretty contagious, rarely fatal and is usually out of the system in a number...
Cataracts in Dogs

Cataracts in Dogs

Helpful Information on Cataracts in Dogs Cataracts in dogs, cats or other companion pets is a fairly common problem with the eyes. Cataracts can result from a variety of different causes and may affect all breeds and ages of pets, although some breeds are more prone...
Bulldog Emmet overcomes Dog Pneumonia

Bulldog Emmet overcomes Dog Pneumonia

Emmet’s Respiratory Problem:  Dog Pneumonia Two months ago we brought our new Bulldog puppy home with us. That day, we noticed right away that something wasn’t right with him. Besides green mucus coming from his nose, he sounded horribly congested. We...
Is it Cruel to Keep Dogs as “Pets”?

Is it Cruel to Keep Dogs as “Pets”?

A “Rebuttal” to an Article on ‘HubPage.com’ (per the Link below) So… I recently stumbled upon someone’s article that caught my eye: “Why It’s Cruel to Keep Dogs as ‘Pets” If you haven’t read it, let me...
Anemia in Dogs

Anemia in Dogs

NZYMES Versus Anemia Issues in Dogs Anemia in Dogs is a rare but often ‘life threatening’ condition which is all about a low red blood cell count. This can come about from several different reasons, which may include loss of blood, the destruction of the...
Bloody Diarrhea in Dogs

Bloody Diarrhea in Dogs

What to do about Bloody Diarrhea in Dogs Bloody diarrhea in dogs can be a serious concern, and you should take the pet to the vet as soon as possible for a proper professional assessment. Depending on the actual issue, it may not be good to waste time. There can be...
DERMATITIS IN DOGS

DERMATITIS IN DOGS

Increase Your Understanding about Dermatitis in Dogs Dermatitis is the term for a variety of inflammatory skin conditions that can have serious negative affect the overall health of your dog. It can be a temporary or chronic (repetitive) condition that can affect the...
Penny, a Vizsla Dog and Kennel Cough Recovery

Penny, a Vizsla Dog and Kennel Cough Recovery

Problem: Kennel Cough & Respiratory Distress Two weeks ago, my wife and I adopted Penny, a two-year-old Vizsla Lab mix from our local humane society. On the day we started the adoption process, we were told that she had a kennel cough. Due to an administrative...
Homeless Animals & Winter – Keeping Them Safe

Homeless Animals & Winter – Keeping Them Safe

Stray Pets vs. the Challenging Cold of Winter “I hate that there are so many cold, stray animals, but what can I do about it?”   A little help can go a long way There are around 70 million stray dogs & cats in the U.S. at any given time. That is five...
Kidney Problems in Dogs

Kidney Problems in Dogs

Health Concerns with Kidneys of the Dog Kidney failure, or Chronic Renal Failure, is most often seen in the older dog or cat and may be caused by a wide variety of issues. Causes range from being born with poorly functioning kidneys to the accidental ingestion of...
Lacy, A Shepherd Hip Dysplasia Story

Lacy, A Shepherd Hip Dysplasia Story

German Shepherd Hip Dysplasia – a Happy Ending At the end of August, we noticed that our 7-year-old German Shepherd would cry out whenever she got up. All of a sudden her behavior changed. She did not walk up the stairs, she would not jump in the car, was she...
Pet Health Versus Diet

Pet Health Versus Diet

How Important is My Dog’s Diet in the Grand Scheme of Things? About a year ago I posted a blog – The Importance Of Pet Nutrition and addressed some of the common misconceptions that pet owners have when it comes to feeding their dog or cat. Today I am...
Hair Loss in Dogs

Hair Loss in Dogs

Various Parameters can be Involved with Hair Loss in Dogs Significant Hair Loss in Dogs has much to do with the health of the skin and hair follicles and is normally tied to much deeper problems. If your dog is experiencing a problem that seems simply like excessive...
Natural Balance Sues Supplier – But No Recall?

Natural Balance Sues Supplier – But No Recall?

Natural Balance sues supplier, H.J. Heinz, for selling them rubber-infested sheep lungs According to the research, I have found, this lawsuit claims “Heinz knew that processed sheep lungs it sold to a pet food company were adulterated with rubber that could choke...
Aging in Dogs

Aging in Dogs

Dealing with Aspects of Getting Older… And how they affect your dog, especially related to Mobility & quality of life! Aging in dogs is one of those unavoidable parts of life we all wish we could better control. For your precious pet, getting older is not a...
Dog Allergy Symptoms: What you might not know

Dog Allergy Symptoms: What you might not know

The Dog Allergies Diagnosis vs. the ‘Allergy Symptoms’ How often do you stress over the pain and expense of your dog’s “allergies”? How much time do you spend getting more medications and allergy shots from the vet for your fur-baby? And how often do you...