Pet Dental Health Tips
Is you pet afraid of fireworks?
Proper dental care for pets involves a lot more than ensuring that dogs and cats have winning smiles. Because pet oral ailments can affect other organs, poor dental health can cause a host of serious residual problems in pets. These include potentially life-threatening heart, liver and kidney diseases.
Cocker spaniel with infected lip fold
I wish fireworks weren’t so stressful for pets. Sometimes I wonder about wild animals and how they react… The Happy and Calm supplements both work well to calm an anxious pet. Happy was formulated to help stressed pets, while Calm was created to relax hyper-active pets. Either supplement will work for your pet, but […]
For an aging cat with hyperthyroidism
Here is an email I received from an Epic customer : Subject: any ideas for infected lip folds? I use your Clean teeth daily and love it. My cocker has been having issues with an infected lip fold the last few weeks. We had an antibiotic for two weeks with no results and some cream from […]
Your pet’s allergies
Here is an inquiry I received from a cat lover who wants to improve her pet’s quality of life: Hello My cat is 18 and she has hyperthyroidism. She is a big 17 lb strong cat and is in overall good shape considering her age and condition. She takes methimazole medication daily for her thyroid. […]
Traveling with pets
I work with a lot of people whose pets suffer from allergies. Here is some basic information that I give to people: 1. Many pets have food allergies. One simple thing to try is grain free pet food and treats. Wet food is best as most kibble has little nutrition. As my vet once said […]
I work with a lot of people who have pets that don’t enjoy traveling. Here are my recommendations for them: Many people get Happy for airline travel. Calm also works well. Use it twice daily for two weeks before going on the trip so the body is less stressed. On the day of travel, use […]