Is it your New Year’s resolution to start working on your dog’s physical fitness? Or maybe weather tends to put a halt to your long walks, thus causing your dog (and maybe you) to go stir crazy. Personal dog gyms are starting to become a trend, not only for performance dogs but for dogs whose […]
The holidays are a wonderful time to spend with our furry friends. It can be tempting to not only share the love but to share the wonderful holiday food, too. But be warned! Veterinarians know this time of a year as a bad one for pancreatitis. Acute pancreatitis is a common condition in all dogs, […]
We love our dogs so much, and we can only thank modern technology for the medical procedures and pharmaceuticals that help us deal with the health conditions they go through throughout their lives.
Sometimes, however, many dog owners can’t help but be concerned about some of these conventional medical treatments. As with human beings, the drugs we administer to our beloved canines may produce adverse side effects. Certain medical procedures may also come across as a little too invasive for them.
Conventional treatments do help our pets live longer and healthier lives. Still, many people seek alternative therapies and remedies for their dogs simply because they can address their medical issues with very little or no side effects.
We do our best to care for our dogs. We bring them to a dog grooming spa regularly and shower them with all the love they deserve. Perhaps we should also start considering alternative treatments for their skin problems, digestive issues, arthritic pain, and other conditions.
Let’s take a look at some of these alternative therapies that will benefit your dog.