Holistic medicine is just as nourishing and effective for our pets as it is for humans.
Sure, it’s tempting to slip food scraps to our pets from our groaning holiday tables, but it’s much healthier to cook them up special treats.
Will it be a mischievous shelter puppy or adult feline? When picking a pet to share our love with, it’s wise to consider its size, temperament, needs and costs.
Horses, dogs, cats, pigs and even elephants and birds have been permanently helped by spinal adjustments performed by animal chiropractors.
Blueberries, eggs and garlic may not be high on a dog’s food list, but they go far to protect a canine from serious eye disease.
Animals continually communicate, and by quieting our minds, we can tune into what they’re saying.
When you’re away from home, a professionally-trained pet sitter that knows your pet’s breed and habits may be an all-around happier choice of care.
Given a gentle introduction, a cat can learn to love a leash and relish daily walks around the neighborhood.
Judicious and timely use of vaccines using holistic principles can protect a pet from disease without harming its natural immune system.
By reading out loud to dogs and cats, even hard-to-reach children rapidly gain reading skills.