Health

Learn about non-surgical, healthcare options for pets- from spaying/neutering to corneal ulcers and pet behavior issues, there are holistic solutions.

End of Life Journey: Part 2

This is the fourth part of our series by Dr. Halle on pet hospice and the end of life journey.

Stage 1: Dissolution of Earth

Dr. Halle explains that the first stage of the active dying process is referred to …

End of life journey: Part 1

This is the third part of our series with Dr. Halle on pet hospice and the end of life journey.  We hope this information will ease a process which is inherently painful and can involve some very difficult decisions.

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Pet Hospice: Part 2

This is the second in our four-part series with Dr. Halle on pet hospice care and the end of life journey.

Why Hospice?

As stated by the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, hospice is “[c]onsidered to be the model …

Pet Hospice with Dr. Halle

This is the first in our four part series by Dr. Halle on pet hospice and the end of life journey for your fur baby.  Dr. Halle guides us through our pet’s natural dying process and provides us with sage …

Wet Food vs Dry Food for Cats

Choosing the right food for your cat is a difficult but important decision. Whether you’re willing to spend top dollar, or need a budget-friendly option, there are dozens of healthy options to choose from. So where do you begin? A …

Natural Antibiotics for Cats

There’s nothing worse than seeing your cat suffering from an upper respiratory or urinary tract infection and feeling helpless to do anything about it. Vet visits and prescription medications can be time consuming and costly, and many prescription antibiotics cause …

Fireworks and Your Dog – How to Manage the Fear

Fireworks – and other loud noises – and your Dog

Separation anxiety, fears and phobias abound whenever loud noises, including exploding fireworks, are on the menu.  Holidays like the Fourth of July, while delightful for us humans, are generally a …

Why do dogs pant?

It’s HOT in here!

The short answer to why dogs pant is: To circulate sufficient air through the body to cool off.  Humans have sweat glands (small, tubular structures located just under the entire surface of our skin with the …