Holistic Medicine

by Jennifer Tyler

A Toolbox Approach to Healing By Dr. Nancy Brandt Clinical Director of Natural Care Institute, LLC Holistic means whole, so at the essence of Holistic Medicine is the concept of choosing from all different options in diagnosis and methods of treatment. Many pet guardians confuse someone who has studied only one modality – like chiropractic,

Petzlife: Dedicated to Improving Pets Lives

by Jennifer Tyler

The “Missing Link” In Pet Holistic Oral Health Care By The American Dog Magazine PetzLife Products, Inc. offers a safe, effective alternative to scaling and anesthesia, the usual process for dental cleaning with pets. The company produces 100% All-Natural Oral Care products, including Oral Care Spray and Oral Care Gel, which help remove plaque and

Is Your Pet’s Lack of Nutrition Leading to Behavioral Problems

by Jennifer Tyler

By Lorileigh Moreland In the USA, we have a pet retention problem. According to the National Animal Interest Alliance (NAIA), the number of dogs entering shelters yearly is estimated to be around 4 million – nearly four out of five dogs surrendered are given up due to “behavioral problems.” Suddenly, man’s best friend becomes an

Your Dog’s Diet: Eating and Feeding Whole Foods

by Jennifer Tyler

By Lorileigh Moreland Behavior, happiness, health, longevity, and well-being are intertwined with diet. The better nutrition a body receives, the more vibrant and energetic it will be. Eyes will sparkle. Hair will be shiny and thick, skin smooth and soft. Body odors will be minimized. Brain function, diabetes, and allergies will be easier to control,

CHIROPRACTIC CARE FOR DOGS

by Jennifer Tyler

Animal Chiropractic Increases Life in Your Pet By Dr. Nancy Brandt Chiropractic medicine for animals is similar to its human equivalent because it affects the biomechanics of the structural system and nervous system. It is a drugless method of healthcare, not limited to back problems, but instead involved with whole-body wellbeing. When the bones and

Fertilizers, Pesticides and Pets Don’t Mix

Fertilizers, Pesticides and Pets Don’t Mix

by Jennifer Tyler

By Cindy Nelson As summer comes around we start to pull out the gardening tools, the fertilizers, herbicides and insecticides. We also start to let our pets run around the yard to enjoy these beautiful days. Our minds wander to making our yards luscious and our outdoor areas pest-free. Unfortunately, if we aren’t careful, our

Natural Remedies for Pet Problems

by Jennifer Tyler

By Cindy Nelson I have been a pet owner for more than 35 years and I have always wondered why people choose products to use on their pets that contain chemicals that are harsh on the pet’s liver, skin and kidneys rather than the more natural, safer options. I know there are a number of

SWINE FLU PANDEMICS

by Jennifer Tyler

By Dr. Michael W. Fox As the media beats the Swine flu pandemic drum, and people rush to get face-masks and hand sanitizers and are told that it is safe to eat pork products, stock-piles of Tamiflu and other anti-viral cocktails may soon be all gone, even though they may be ineffectual. The Centers for

DOGS, PONDS and POOLS

by Jennifer Tyler

Water Safety without Chemicals By Cindy Nelson We have a pond in our backyard and when we first moved in, the previous owners were using chemicals to keep it clean; however, we knew we didn’t want to use chemicals around our dogs, so we had to achieve the right balance in the pond. We looked

Reaffirming what we already knew: Food is Medicine

by Jennifer Tyler

By Robert Kavanaugh Owner of Biovet International www.biovet.net Food is the Real Key to Conquering Chronic Inflammation Roslyn Olsen’s twelve-year-old dog Shana had had a stroke that left her with her head tilted to the side. She lost her appetite, her eyes were dull and she was very listless. Shana’s painful hip dysplasia left her