Friday, July 21, 2017

Five Reasons NOT To Feed Cheese To Your Pet

Cheese is a treat that many pet owners enjoy and assume it is ok to give their pets.  If your pet is having any scratching, itching, digestive problems such as loose stool, gas, vomiting, eye tearing, ear infections or has pancreatitis, diabetes, elevated liver enzymes, kidney disease, or is overweight (phew!--the list goes on and on), then it's best to avoid it.  Here is why:

1) Dairy is a big allergen that weakens immunity in many pets


Even cheese that is organic or made from goat's milk can be problematic for allergic pets.  Many treats and pet foods contain dairy and cheese so read the labels carefully.  If your pet displays any signs of itching, scratching, ear infections or digestive problems, AVOID CHEESE (and all dairy products!).
If your pet has allergies,  AllerEaze and Power Probiotic 
can provide fast relief of allergy symptoms.

2) Cheese is hard to digest and can cause vomiting and diarrhea in some pets


Many pets have unexplained vomiting and diarrhea and pet owners may conclude it is just "how the pet is".  Vomiting and diarrhea can be symptoms of a much deeper problem such as inflammatory bowel disease and these symptoms need to be monitored closely.  One of the biggest culprits for digestive problems are occasional treats containing food allergens such as cheese or wheat.

If your pet has loose stool, vomiting, diarrhea, your pet may have food allergies or acid stomach.  Gastro ULC and Power Probiotic can relieve acid stomach and digestive enzymes such as the Soothing Digestive Relief will firm up the stool.

3) Cheese is high in fat and can provoke a pancreatitis attack. 


Sometimes pets may be eating a low-fat diet for pancreatitis and yet the pet owner is using cheese to "hide" pills as a treat.  Instead of cheese, try using canned pet food or a lower fat alternative.

If your pet has pancreatitis, it is essential to use Lypozyme and/or the Pancreatitis Kit to aid digestion and the metabolism of fats and protein.

4) Cheese is highly caloric and can cause pets to gain weight. 


The majority of cats and dogs are overweight.  Keeping your pet at the ideal weight will extend their life and the time you can spend with them.  Excess weight can lead to health conditions such as diabetes, fatty liver, cancer and more.  Instead of cheese, use low fat treats such as fish-based treats, vegetables or a piece of lean meat.

5) Cheese contains lactose (milk sugar) which feeds yeast overgrowth and bacterial infections

If your pet has an odor, is licking at the groin area or is getting yeast infections in the ears, sugar is the worst food you can give them.  Besides being a potential allergen, the cheese and mold enable the yeast to grow faster and stronger.  It is not unusual for a pet to be given a piece of cheese or peanut butter and develop a yeast infection the very next day.  Feed a fresh raw frozen diet or low carbohydrate canned food for best results if your pet has yeast.   K9 Yeast Defense and Power Probiotic have been extremely helpful in controlling yeast overgrowth. 

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Natural Pain Relief For Pets: Curcumin Improves Mobility in Dogs and Cats


Ask Ariel's Curcumin Complex For Pets helps relieve pain and improve flexibility and mobility in cats and dogs. It's powerful anti-inflammatory effects are backed by scientific research. Excellent value - Save 10 percent now! To learn more, please click the link 

Monday, July 17, 2017

What To Feed Your Cat


Cats are carnivores yet many pet owners continue to feed them foods which have very little nutritional value and often contribute to their health issues. All dry kibble is made with carbohydrates which break down into sugar, weakening a cat's immunity. Can you imagine,  for example, a lion preferring a box of cereal over raw meat? Most cat treats have sugars and carbs added in when what cats really crave is simple proteins made from real food.

Next time you visit the pet store, please take a look at your cat's food label. Look for meat, poultry and fish and avoid the carbohydrates. Raw frozen diets, freeze dried diets (if your kitty won't eat raw) and some premium canned are your best options.

Natural Remedies for Mast Cell Tumors Help Rescued Pit Bull

Luna
"We rescued Luna, a mini pitty, from the streets of Brooklyn in September 2013. She was approximately three years old and Luna actually ran into my arms. It was obvious she had been out on the street for a while. Our house sits on Brooklyn’s Highland Park on a dead-end and cruel people abandon their animals here all the time. Over the 10 years of living here, we have grown a network of caring animal rescue organizations and people who are always ready to respond when a critter is left on our stoop or tied to a tree in the park.

Luna was diagnosed with a mast cell tumor in July 2015, and surgery was done in early August 2015. I reached out to Ask Ariel for recommended supplements, and Luna was placed on several at the time, but is now down to just two- Immune Harmony and the Resveratrol for Dogs. Thank God, she has been healthy with no recurrence.

Luna now lives a happy life with her stepsisters Sadie, and Kat, as well as stepbrothers, Wayne, and Cisco. We even recently rescued 2 chickens from the parkway who live harmoniously with all the other critters and give us our daily eggs!

As our pack grew, my spouse was moved to get certified and become a professional dog trainer. He founded Brooklyn's Finest Dog Training in 2014. Because of our up close and personal experience he has chosen to specialize in rescued dogs, especially those with issues."

Laura L.- New York 2017




Thursday, July 13, 2017

Elderly Chesapeake Retriever Mo Returns Home after Surviving 9 Months in the Idaho Wilderness

Darwin and Cindy Cameron were on a hunting trip in September when their dog Mo, a 13 year old Chesapeake Bay Retriever, managed to get loose and disappear. They searched for four weeks day and night to no avail.
Their posting on Facebook yielded some sightings, but Mo, being a bit skittish could never be caught.  As the fall turned to winter the Cameron’s hopes began to fade.  They never stopped thinking about Mo and trying to find her.

In the middle of June 2017, a rancher found a dog that collapsed on his ranch.  The dog was flea invested and skin and bones.  He dropped her off at the Chesapeake Rescue.  Luckily, Cheri Glankler with the Rescue remembered the story of Mo and contacted the Camerons to be reunited. After being lost for 288 days in the Idaho wilderness, Mo was finally home.

For the complete story: http://www.idahostatesman.com/news/local/article160290474.html

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Natural Remedy For Feline Upper Respiratory Infections (URIs)

Upper respiratory infections are a common occurrence in cats and kittens. Often there is an underlying viral component making them hard to resolve. Symptoms include nasal discharge, sneezing, congestion, fever, squinting or rubbing of the eyes and lack of appetite. Upper respiratory infections can recur and can become a chronic problem. They are most common in multicat households, shelters and in cats that have herpes virus or calcivirus. The Immune Support Kit contains three liquid, tasteless formulas that you can give your kitty to support long term immunity. These formulas fight viruses and bacteria. Please click here to learn more about the Asthma and Immune Support Kit:

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Grain-Free Pet Food Doesn't Always Mean Healthy

Even "grain-free" foods contain many ingredients such as beet pulp, pea starch, salt, Yeast and "dried egg product". Many big name manufacturers such as Purina, Mars and Nestle are joining the grain-free market (certainly an improvement from the corn, rice and wheat-filled pet foods) but these are not on par with the nutrition provided by a raw frozen or freeze dried diet. Please don't be fooled! If you include your pet's diet and information on the AskAriel.com order form, we will include a diet suggestion for your specific pet's needs on the packing slip that comes with your order. 

How Can A Holistic Vet Help My Pet?

Many pet owners have heard about holistic veterinary care but are not sure about how it could help their pet. Holistic treatments are not just the latest fad in caring for a pet. It is a science-based approach used in conjunction with conventional veterinary treatments. There is no doubt that feeding a pet REAL nutrition, giving them vitamins & antioxidants along with plenty of exercise can be life changing. Holistic care gives you more options to keep your pet happy and healthy by addressing your pet's health as a WHOLE looking at diet, lifestyle, nutritional supplements and using alternative modalities such as acupuncture and chiropractic. To find a holistic vet in your area, the @ahvma American Holistic Veterinary Association ahvma.org has a helpful vet directory.
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Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Safety Tips For Hiking With Your Dog


One of the best summer activities is hiking in the great outdoors.  There are so many hiking options for you and your dog to enjoy and the long summer days offer the perfect opportunity.    It is important though, when considering the appropriate trail, to take into consideration your dog’s ability, health and conditioning.  Hikes at higher altitude can bother any dog and excessive heat combined with a steep hike can lead to heat stroke.  Even young dogs can develop heat stroke given the right set of circumstances.

Here are some more tips to help ensure you have a  fun and safe hike:
  • Be prepared- Pack a Doggie Bag: include a leash, poo bags, first aid kit, vet information, a picture (in case the pet gets lost and plenty of food and water (with a collapsible bowl). Always bring treats along for your dog even if it is just a one hour hike.  A dog's blood sugar can drop with excessive exercise and giving them a snack at the halfway point is recommended.
  • Check the ground material--hot asphalt can burn through paw pads quickly and booties may be necessary.  Also, steep rocks and plenty of foxtails can be a problem too. 
  • Keep your dog hydrated: A dog’s temperature rises faster than a person and adequate hydration is critical. You should consider avoiding the hottest part of the day and make sure you have plenty of fresh water with you.  Do NOT allow your dog to drink from streams or ponds as they may contain giardia and bacteria which can make your pet sick.
  • Keep your dog in sight: there are many potential dangers in the outdoors and the best way to protect your pet is by knowing your environment and to keep a watchful eye.  Do not let them chew plants (especially wild mushrooms) and watch for other wildlife such as rattlesnakes that could attack/bite your pet. If an attack occurs or you believe your dog ingested something poisonous, seek immediate medical attention.  Time is of the essence when it comes to a rattlesnake bite.
  • Watch out for other dogs:  just because your dog is friendly doesn't mean everyone else's dog is.  You may be walking in an area where locals frequent regularly with their dog's offleash.  As tempting as it is to let you dog run wild, it is highly recommended to keep your dog on an extended leash instead.
  • Check your dog during the hike: look for wounds, paw cuts/cracks, and ticks on your dog during your hike.  If a tick is found, remove it immediately to avoid exposure to Lyme disease.  Lyme disease is a tick borne infectious disease causing tiredness, fever, joint pain and loss of appetite and can be contracted within hours.  
  • Keep your dog cool after the hike: even young dogs can develop heat exhaustion quickly.  Too much hiking in one day with high altitude can cause them to become extremely fatigued.  Contact an emergency vet if you notice your dog has suddenly become lethargic, drooling, red gums, excessive panting.  Hyperthermia is common and can become an emergency.

Friday, June 30, 2017

How To Include Antioxidants In Your Pet's Diet



Most most pet owners have heard that antioxidants are important for their pets but don't really understand why. Antioxidants are not another gimic. Pets frequently need extra antioxidants beyond what is in their food. Including antioxidants in their regimen will extend the quality of their lives as well as their longevity. Antioxidants are essential nutrients that slow the destructive aging process on the cellular level. Antioxidants inhibit the oxidation process which creates "free radicals".

How To Give Your Pet Antioxidants

Include "live" fresh food to your pet's diet. This is why we recommend green vegetables, squash, berries and raw frozen diets. Avoid dry food as it lacks enzymes, viable antioxidants and is very high in overprocessed starchy carbs. Since antioxidants and vitamins are lost in cooking, raw freeze dried food is a better choice than dry food, when fresh food isn't possible.
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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Golden Retriever With Canine Lymphoma Outlives Prognosis


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"Riley, my wonderful golden retriever and best friend was diagnosed with lymphoma at 6 years old..  He was given 6 months or less to live.  Our oncologist gave me Susan's card and I called her immediately.  She helped me change his diet and suggested supplements that would help.  We did all this and amazingly he lived 18 more months.  He tolerated the chemo extremely well and for a time even went into remission.  The cancer center was so amazed by his progress they named him their "wonder dog" !

Thank you Susan for giving me those 18 months.  They were filled with Riley feeling good, energetic and playful.   We took long walks and runs by the beach and lots of fun play time and of course lots of love.  Riley and I never would have had this time if it were not for Susan's holistic care which used with the cancer treatment gave Harley good quality time."  Cheri, San Diego

Some Of The Products Riley Used: Resveratrol For Dogs, Power Probiotic, Soothing Digestive Relief, Amazing Omegas, Renelix

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog Teaches Fire Safety

Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog
Meet Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog who with, Dayna Hilton, a certified Fire and Life Safety Educator II and Firefighter II, travels all around the country teaching fire safety to children and their caretakers.  They are part of the Johnson County RFD 1 in Clarksville, Arkansas and they would like you to remember the following safety tips (especially during the busy summer fire season).  

1. Firefighters are your friends and help you stay safe. They have been trained to put out fires and rescue people.
2. Children should stay away from things that are hot which can burn them. Some examples: matches,  lighters, hot stoves, and BBQs to name a few, but there are many other things too.
3. Smoke alarms are there to keep you safe. Be sure yours are properly working.  Make sure children know the sound and that it means to GET OUT!
4. Have an escape map...know two ways to get out of your home or building and have a place outside to meet up.  Make sure it is a safe distance away from your residence.
5. In case of fire, crawl out on your hands and knees, below the smoke, where the air is cleaner and cooler.

You can learn more about Sparkles and fire safety by visiting their website, which has fun videos and activities for children: www.sparklesthefiresafetydog.com





Sunday, June 25, 2017

Urgent: Volunteers Needed - LA Animal Services


The Los Angeles Animal Shelters need your help!  YOU can make that life-saving difference by fostering for four days or more or adopting in advance of July 4thUnfortunately many pet owners leave their pets outside on July4th and the loud sounds of the fireworks terrify the animals who run in fear.  Many can't find their way home and end up at the municipal shelters.  Over the last three years, the Los Angeles shelters took in over 1,000 animals each year between July 2 and July 6. These pets are counting on us to help reunite them with their families, but often this takes time and that is where your help is needed.  Thus, municipal shelters sadly become a death zone as many animals become euthanized since there is nowhere to put them!  More animals are euthanized during the July 4th holiday period than any other time of the year.  What's worse, is summer overall is the worst time at the shelters as people often go on vacation and decide to relinquish their pet to avoid having to pay for boarding......again, causing the shelters to have a huge influx of animals.

The LA shelter has wonderful dogs and cats of all ages, breeds and sizes waiting to be your temporary companion or best friend forever.   When you offer to temporarily foster, you are saving two lives, the pet you are caring for and the pet who was given a space at the shelter.

To volunteer to foster, print your application at LAAnimalServices.com/foster or go to the Los Angeles Animal Shelter nearest you and ask for a Foster Volunteer application.  Take your completed form to the shelter nearest you.  You can also view some of the wonderful dogs and cats that are available for the Foster Program on the LA Animal Services Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/LAAnimalServices   For more information, please call:  (888) 452-7381.  If you don't live in Los Angeles and would like to help homeless pets in your area, please look up the nearest location of an animal shelter near you.  An animal's life is depending upon you!

Locations of LA Animal Services Shelters: 

South LA, Chesterfield Square Shelter

1850 W. 60th St., Los Angeles, 90047
West LA Shelter
11361 Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, 90064
West Valley Shelter
20655 Plummer St., Chatsworth, 91311
East Valley Shelter
14409 Vanowen St., Van Nuys, 91405
Harbor Shelter
957 N. Gaffey St., San Pedro, 90731
North Central Shelter
3201 Lacy St., Los Angeles, 90031

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Healthy Cats Benefit From Vertical Space

Vertical space gives kitties areas for safety, comfort and fun. Providing your cat with vertical options is essential, especially in a multicat household. Cat trees and furniture address the instinctual needs of cats to climb and seek different heights. It can help relieve any stress your cat can develop from sharing her territory with other pets and people in the home.

Have a question about your pet?  Email us at Support@AskAriel.com

Friday, June 23, 2017

Hot Asphalt Warning: Don't Let Your Dog's Paws Get Burned


Summer is heating up and in many parts of the country temperatures are reaching triple digits. With the increased temperatures, your pet faces additional dangers. We often hear about the danger of leaving a pet in a hot car, but many pet owners do not realize the danger of their pet's paws being severely burned from simply walking on hot asphalt. Many dogs love their daily walks and are eager to go, regardless of the conditions, but if you notice them being antsy of refusing to walk, it might be the asphalt is too hot.  A good test is to place your barefoot (or hand) on the asphalt and if you cannot keep it there for 5 seconds it is too hot for your dog. It is also important to remember that it takes hours for the asphalt to cool down, so even if the air temperature has dropped, still check to see if it might be too hot.  Try to walk your dog in the early morning hours, in the shade and on grass (which is cooler). You also might want to consider buying protective booties for their paws.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Diet For Dogs and Cats With Bladder Infections

Is your pet getting frequent UTIs? Symptoms of a urinary tract or bladder infection include: frequent urination, urinating outside the litter box, blood in the urine, excessive water intake, licking at the genitals and accidents in the house.  UTIs are painful and can often be prevented with a change of diet and a few supplements. Pets with recurring UTIs need a high moisture, low carbohydrate diet using a novel protein. Raw frozen diets are very helpful. Dry kibble is high in carbohydrates and food allergens such as poultry can weaken immunity--making your pet more susceptible to getting another infection. To learn more about how to prevent recurring UTIs, please click on this link  

Monday, June 19, 2017

Natural Treatments For Feline Intestinal Lymphoma

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One of the most common forms of cancer in cats is feline lymphoma.   Feline lymphoma is a cancer that originates in the lymphocyte cells and most often affects older cats, but can affect cats of any age.  Feline lymphoma has many different forms and can show up in any part of the body, but the most common form is intestinal (alimentary) lymphoma.  Cats that have had exposure to either feline leukemia virus (FeLV) or feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) are at higher risk in developing feline lymphoma. Also, recent studies show a link between regular exposure to tobacco smoke and an increased risk of developing gastrointestinal lymphoma.

Cancer in cats may be hard to detect because cats tend to hide disease well. Young cats may show signs of difficulty breathing as the mass in a young cat is frequently in the chest cavity.  Older cats develop the tumor in their intestines quite commonly.  Symptoms of intestinal lymphoma  can resemble IBD as symptoms include weight loss, malnutrition, diarrhea and vomiting.  If a diagnosis of intestinal lymphoma is determined, treatment often includes a combination of the following: surgery, chemotherapy, steroids, nutritional and supplemental support. 

Cats with intestinal lymphoma can benefit from the digestive support provided in the IBD kit which can improve digestion, absorption and relieve discomfort.  In addtion,  Gastro ULC can also be helpful in soothing an inflamed GI tract and reducing acid.  Oxicell provides important cancer-fighting antioxidants as does Curcumin For Pets.

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   IBD Kit

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Natural Treatments For Autoimmune Disease in Dogs and Cats

Autoimmune disease is common in cats and dogs. Pets can have unusual, seemingly unrelated symptoms making it difficult to diagnose. Examples: stomatitis, IBD, Pillow Paw. Steroids are the most common treatment but with an anti-inflammatory, low carb diet and a few supplements, you can greatly improve your pet's well being and reduce the need for steroids. Please click on the link to read our newsletter about natural treatments for autoimmune disease in dogs and cats.

Have a question about your pet?  Email us at support@askariel.com  Please know we cannot provide any veterinary or consultative advice but we will be happy to provide you with articles so that you can make an informed decision about your pet's next steps.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Couldn't Wait To Get My Ask Ariel Package Today!

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Monday, June 12, 2017

Kidney Health Protein Support Formula Helps Senior Pets

Did You Know? As cats and dogs age, their kidney function declines. Thus, pets don't process toxins as efficiently as when they were younger. The risk of developing kidney disease increases with age and kidney disease is especially common in senior cats. Ask Ariel's Kidney Health Protein Support formula is specifically designed with protease enzymes that assist the body to naturally eliminate metabolic waste. You can use it along with Renelix to help detoxify your pet's kidneys.   To learn more about Kidney Health Protein Support Formula, please click here.

Friday, June 9, 2017

Food Allergies in Cats




 Did you know?  Many cats are allergic to or intolerant of both fish and poultry? Why is this an issue? The reason this is important is that most pet owners don't even know that it is the fish and poultry contributing to their cats illness. Is your cat vomiting, having diarrhea, suffering from chronic UTIs, stomatitis or Upper Respiratory Infections? If so then consider a "novel protein" diet. A novel protein is a protein source your cat hasn't eaten before such as venison or rabbit. Once an intolerant or allergic food is eliminated, your cat's immune system will get stronger. Of course, in transitioning diets, be sure the new novel protein diet is grain-free and use raw frozen, canned or freeze dried to eliminate the starchy carbs.  To read the entire article, click here

Sunday, June 4, 2017

Add Vegetables to Your Pet's Diet

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Pets need real, fresh vegetables in their diet. Not the fake kind with food coloring made to fool you into thinking you are giving your pet real nutrition. Both cats and dogs can benefit from carrots, greens and pumpkin. Vegetables may be served steamed, chopped, puréed or raw depending upon your pet's digestion and appetite. Vegetables offer vitamins, minerals, fiber, enzymes and antioxidants all of which can not only boost their health but can make them feel more satisfied after eating.

Friday, June 2, 2017

Come Home to Special Pet


No matter how bad your day, isn't it wonderful to come home to your special pet who is always happy to see you?
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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

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I would spend all of my nine lives with you!

Monday, May 29, 2017

Babies Born in a Home With Pets


Researchers from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine's Department of Pediatrics found that babies that live in a home with a dog or cat during their first year of life are less likely to get sick and suffer allergies symptoms.

Perception, Communication And The Link Between Autism And Animals

 This article was contributed by guest author:  Dr. Lynette Gebler of www.FocusFormulations.com
I’m suspicious of people who don’t like dogs, but I trust a dog when it doesn’t like a person.”
Are dogs more sensitive to human nature or do they simply perceive the world in a different manner such as those with autism?  In the book Animals in Translation: Using the Mysteries of Autism to Decode Animal Behavior, by Temple Grandin, Grandin examines the surprising similarities between an animal’s mind and an autistic mind.  Autism is a neurological disorder with various theories on causation. Scientists who study autism believe that the disorder is caused by under development of certain brain circuits, and over development of other brain circuits. The imbalance of the nervous system results in the common symptoms you see in autism such as speech delays, sound and texture sensitivities and developmental delays.  Grandin observes that people with autism, 'are closer to animals than normal people are.' Grandin contributes the differences between typical human mentality and animal mentality, not as a matter of IQ but as a matter of perception and emotion.
 Grandin, autistic herself, states that she has no language based thoughts; all of her thoughts are in pictures. Since animals do not have verbal language and many children with autism are non-verbal, memories and thoughts are stored as pictures, sounds, or other sensory impressions. Sensory-based information by its very nature is more detailed than word-based memories; therefore animals may understand intentions, emotions, images, or thoughts behind the words, even if the words themselves aren't totally understood. You may also observe an animal “sensing” something  before a human and thus dogs can even be trained to alert others to seizures and illness. Primarily, animals and people with autism are visual thinkers; while most people use a combination of verbal and visual skills for communication.  
We would all love to communicate better with our pets and that communication strengthens our bond with them.  Grandin, who is an expert in animal behavior, claims that her autism helps her understand and empathize with animals.  Grandin is also a professor of Animal Science at Colorado State University, an advocate in the autism community and an activist for the humane treatment of animals.
 Find out more about theories on autism and treatments at:  www.focusformulations.com

Sunday, May 28, 2017

With Thanks To All Who Served Our Country

Thank you to all who served our country. Special needs rescue dogWrangler and all of us at AskAriel.com want to wish you and your pets a happy and healthy holiday weekend!

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