Published on Sep 23, 2016 Natural Pets TV – Episode 8 -Senior Dog Systems Support & Much More. Why they need added care as well as digestive, cognitive, cardio and vitality boosters. Herbs, Diet, Other Supplements aand the truth about Echinacea, Astragalus and other immuntonics: why they are and are not effective.
Now in its second revised edition, Herbs for Pets is an indispensable resource, an exhaustive compendium of medicinal plants and natural remedies that hosts an illustrated tour through Western, ayurvedic, and Chinese herbs that grow in North America, including their holistic applications and contraindications, and alternative approaches to treating a wide range of ailments. Remedies […]
Once again I am reminded of how simple, and how readily available some of nature’s greatest medicines are. My Aussie-Chow mix was diagnosed with insulinoma; and insulin-producing malignancy that robs the body of glucose, leaving my poor girl tired, weak and prone to seizures unless I keep her blood glucose levels up through frequent feeding […]
Episode 4 topics include: Who to work with and trust when it comes to natural, holist health pathways and solutions. Tthe increase in integrative and holistic vets. Research being done and available on natural care. The roles of herbs in health maintenance. How To support what the body at what it is naturally designed to […]
With new herbal products popping up like weeds on store shelves everywhere it can be difficult to decide which ones are right for you and your pet. There are herbal remedies for immune system support, cardiovascular health, worms, fleas, nursing bitches, and dogs with urinary problems. Products with cute and clever labels (most of which […]
I am very happy to announce that I have completed taping 16 episodes of Natural Pets TV, which will air every two weeks on Roku Network’s Pet World Insider channel, and simultaneously on the Pet World Insider YouTube Channel. This is a program that showcases experts in the natural pet world sharing knowledge, expertise and experience […]
Dec. 16, 2013 Science Daily— Five-thousand years before it was immortalized in a British nursery rhyme, the cat that caught the rat that ate the malt was doing just fine living alongside farmers in the ancient Chinese village of Quanhucun, a forthcoming study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has confirmed. “At […]