Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Natural Remedies For Lymphangiectasia

"Thank you so much for your amazing products.  In such a short amount of time from taking Pancreatitis and Liver Support Kit and Soothing Digestive Relief, our nine year old Yorkie Maltese Mix started getting huge relief from Lymphangiectasia.  She had less bloating and gas, no more diarrhea, more energy, put on weight and not as weak.  These supplements seem to combat the negative side effects of the prednisone.  She has her energy back and you can tell she feels so much better.  Before we started her on these products we felt it was almost time to let her go and started these supplements as a final attempt to help her.  Wow…I genuinely feel these products have saved her life.  Thank you for saving my sweet Gracie girl. Sincere Thanks!"
Jennifer, Ohio

Saturday, August 19, 2017

4 Tips To Reduce Hairballs

Some cats regularly vomit hairballs and this is usually due to a dietary or digestive issue. While it's true that long-haired cats have more of a hairball issue than short-haired kitties, your cat's diet and digestive health are often the biggest contributing factors. Here are four tips to help reduce a hairball problem:

1) Avoid feeding your cat dry food--Cats need a high moisture diet and dry food is high in carbohydrates which are harder to digest. Cats are not big water drinkers. A raw frozen or canned food diet can be helpful for cats with hairball issues.
2) Give your kitty plenty of Omega 3s in their diet.--Amazing Omegas provide therapeutic level Omega 3 fatty acids derived from sardines, anchovies and mackerel. Omega 3 fatty acids improve the quality of your cat's skin and coat reducing the shedding and opportunity for hairballs.
3) Mix a small amount of canned pumpkin into your cat's meals. If your kitty won't eat pumpkin, try mashed yams or sweet potatoes or even babyfood yams (no onion). Pumpkin and sweet potatoes are high in fiber which is important to keep the hair moving through the intestinal tract.
4) Brush your kitty a few times a week. This should improve your cat's skin and coat, reducing hairballs.

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Soothing Digestive Relief For Pets With Tummy Rumbling And Diarrhea

 Say goodbye to tummy rumbling, indigestion, loose stool and diarrhea. Soothing Digestive Relief For Pets is a natural remedy that relieves tummy aches in dogs and cats. All-Natural, No Fillers, Safe Digestive Aid Can Be Used Every Day.  To Learn More--Please click on the link.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Natural Remedies For Dogs and Cats With Pancreatitis

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The Pancreatitis and Liver Support Kit  is an all- natural, holistic treatment that is excellent for cats and dogs who have had pancreatitis.  It includes three formulas: Power Probiotic, Lypozyme and Liver & Gallbladder Support Formula.  The three formulas are powerful, individual formulas and can be purchased separately but for best results, we recommend using the three formulas together.

Dogs and cats feel better quickly using these three clinically-proven herbal and enzyme formulas. These all-natural supplements are gentle but effective in supporting the liver, gallbladder, pancreas and intestinal tract. The enzymes and probiotics are at a therapeutic level making them highly effective in breaking down food, easing the burden on the pancreas and digestive tract. The Pancreatitis Kit is excellent for dogs and cats with the following conditions:
*Canine Cushings Disease
*Difficulty digesting fats (indigestion)
*Breeds prone to pancreatitis such as Schnauzers, Poodles and Cocker Spaniels
*Gallbladder problems
*Elevated Liver Enzymes
*Senior cats and dogs

The formulas are all capsules that can be opened and the powders inside can be sprinkled on food.

Please include your pet's diet and diagnoses on the order form at checkout.  We will include a diet suggestion on the packing slip that comes with your order.

Friday, August 11, 2017

Best Probiotic For Cats With Loose or Runny Stool

"We love this stuff! There's finally been an improvement in our poops! Thanks for making great products."  The Rich Family, CA  
Photo courtesy of @peculiarpanther

The Best Probiotic For Pets! Pure, natural, safe---a product you can trust. 
Try Power Probiotic for Pets and you will know you have found the very best

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Human Treats Can Make Pets Sick- Just Say No!

Would you give a child a puff of a cigarette if he asked? What about giving a toddler alcohol because she grabbed your glass? Of course not! So why would you give your pet ice cream, cookies, coffee drinks, corn on the cob etc.? We all want to spoil our pets and it's very hard to resist those begging eyes. But human treats are not good for them even if in tiny amounts. For ex: most yorkies have sensitive digestion and some may only weigh 3 to 4 pounds. A teaspoon of ice cream could cause pancreatitis and worse. As much as we want to humanize our pets, their digestive tracts and immune systems are very different than ours. Sugar weakens their immune system making them more susceptible to allergies, skin problems, ear infections, UTIs, diabetes and cancer. You can still lavish love on your pets by having lots of healthy pet goodies available such as Stella and Chewys or Instinct Pet Food  freeze dried treats. It's hard but please think of your pet's health first.

Monday, August 7, 2017

How To Help A Cat With a Tummy Ache

Does your kitty have occasional bouts of vomiting, indigestion or diarrhea? Long term bowel inflammation can lead to IBD and intestinal lymphoma. What many cat owners don't realize is that there are some very common culprits in their kitty's food and treats. If your cat has a sensitive stomach, it's best to avoid poultry and fish as these are big allergens. Dry cat food is loaded with hard to digest carbohydrates and even grain-free dry kibble is problematic. What seems to work best is a combination of raw frozen, freeze dried and canned using a novel protein source. Also using a few tummy soothers such as Soothing Digestive Relief and Power Probiotic can really help too.  Finicky cats may resist change and can be very challenging but with patience, they will come around. Giving them unhealthy food they like may seem easier but it worsens inflammation and just perpetuates the problem. Take it slow with small changes and over time, your cat will feel so much better!