Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Many Cats Love The Outdoors But How To Keep Them Safe?


It’s a big world outside and so much to explore. Cats have a natural curiosity that can be stimulated by the sights, sounds and smells; as well as other exciting things like insects, shadows, birds and plants in the great outdoors.  Keeping your cat safe outdoors is a challenge however as there are cars, predators, bully cats,  poisonous plants and dangerous substances.  Having a "catio" is an ideal situation where kitty can enjoy the outdoors but remain safe.  Catios come in different varieties, multi-levels with all kinds of perches and designs for backyards and window boxes.  Other options include training your kitty to walk on a harness or walking together in a stroller.  If you do let your cat outside, be sure your kitty has a microchip and collar with a current ID tag.  


Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Natural Liver Support Supplement For Pets


Milk thistle is a great detoxifying nutrient to add to your pet's diet. It's active ingredient, silymarin, is a flavonoid with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that protect the liver against toxins and stimulate regeneration of damaged liver cells. Ask Ariel's Liver And Gallbladder Natural Supplement for Pets contains milk thistle along with additional human-grade nutrients scientifically proven to support liver health. This easy-to-use liver support supplement for dogs and cats also improves gallbladder function and bile flow. It can help detoxify your pet from medications and environmental pollutants and toxins.


Ask Ariel's Liver And Gallbladder Natural Supplement is an excellent home remedy for pets with the following conditions:

Elevated Liver Enzymes
Pancreatitis
Gallbladder Problems
Liver Disease
Liver Cancer
Sunday, July 14, 2019

Natural Remedies For Laryngeal Paralysis In Dogs



Has your dog been diagnosed with laryngeal paralysis? It can be devastating. He can't play like he wants to.....he has exercise intolerance, noisy respiration and coughing. Veterinarians prescribe anti-inflammatory drugs and sedatives. Supplements to support the cartilage and connective tissue may delay the need for surgery and reduce symptoms. Ask Ariel's Ultra-Flex Collagen strengthens and repairs cartilage. Ingredients in Ask Ariel's ArthroSoothe are scientifically proven to reduce inflammation and repair cartilage. Both supplements have been very helpful for pets with laryngeal paralysis.
Saturday, July 13, 2019

Natural Treatments For Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) and Feline AIDS





Has your cat been diagnosed with Feline AIDS (FIV+)? Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV), just like HIV in people, attacks the immune system and makes cats more susceptible to secondary infections. FIV+ cats can live for years especially with natural treatments for immune support and a holistic approach. Home remedies for FIV cats can boost the immune system. These supplements, when combined with proper diet, can help with the quality & longevity of your kitty's life. Ask Ariel can help you learn about the symptoms and treatments for FIV positive cats.  Our natural remedies such as the Immune Support Kit are tasteless and easy to administer.  Please click on the link to learn more or email us at support@AskAriel.com  We look forward to helping your FIV positive cat feel better!
Friday, July 12, 2019

Did You Know That Cats Are Carnivores?


Are cats carnivores? Yes, they are...  And yet most cat foods are made with starchy carbohydrates? All dry food is made with carbs to form the kibble. Cats need PROTEIN and as much as we like to humanize them they are not miniature humans. Cats need high moisture, high protein diets — canned or raw frozen work well. Too many carbohydrates lead to obesity, diabetes, digestive problems and even cancer.  To learn more about the best food to feed your cat, please peruse our library of pet nutrition articles.
Sunday, July 7, 2019

The Best Digestive Enzymes for Dogs



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Is your dog burping, skipping meals or having tummy rumbling? These can all be signs of digestive upset. Pets have no way of telling us when they aren't feeling well. Low stomach acid can contribute to stomach aches, poor digestion, burping, and bad breath. Adding a digestive enzyme can help to maintain optimal digestive conditions in the stomach.  K9 Digestive Enzymes contains HCL and Pancreatin to improve digestion of fats and protein. This is especially helpful for dogs with malabsorptive diseases such as Protein Losing Enteropathy (PLE) and Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI).    As an added bonus, K9 Digestive Enzymes promotes healthy saliva to reduce tartar buildup. Help your dog's tummy and his teeth! To learn more about Ask Ariel K9 Digestive Enzymes, please click here.
Saturday, July 6, 2019

Is Your Cat Itchy Or Have Runny Eyes From Allergies? Natural Supplements Can Help

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Does your kitty have bald patches, runny eyes, snoring (due to throat irritation), itchy skin or excess scratching? Could be seasonal allergies.  If you are wondering if your cat can take Benadryl,  please know that there are natural allergy medications for cats that can relieve symptoms.   Proaller and NotaSAN drops are time-tested easy to use homeopathic drops for cats with seasonal allergies.  Combining supplements for cat allergies with a hypoallergenic feline diet can greatly improve your cat's allergy symptoms.   Please click here to learn more.







"Molly Marie, our kitty, was very sick and had fleas, ear mites and hot spots when we rescued her. We took her to the vet numerous times and she was treated with antibiotics and steroids that proved to be unsuccessful. We had blood work done and determined that she had a staph infection on the hot spots as well as an infection in her pancreas and a UTI, too. She once again took antibiotics and everything healed except the hot spots, which by this time had become a lot worse with the largest one being the size of a lemon. I tried organic shampoo, sprays and creams—nothing worked. My cat was itchy and I was looking for a natural supplement.

I consulted AskAriel and based on Susan’s recommendation, I changed her cat food and used ProAllerAmazing Omegas and NotaSAN. I am so happy to report that Molly is on the mend. She is almost totally healed. Her largest spot is now the size of a dime and she is eating well and starting to gain some weight. Molly's hair is starting to grow back and her coat is very soft. I don't know what we would have done if not for Susan, her staff and her amazing products. My family and I thank her and most of all, Molly thanks her as she is getting better every day. Thank you Susan for all of your help and for how much you care about our little animals." 

Sincerely, Shelley B in PA.