With Holistic Pet Day coming up on August 30th, you may be looking out for some alternative treatments that can spare your pup from side effects and, just maybe, spare your wallet from losing weight. Here are five more natural home remedies for your pup.
Holistic Pet Day happens on August 30th, so maybe alternative treatments for dogs are already on your mind. But dog parents have questions about holistic therapies and alternative medicine for their pooches all year long. Here are a few things you should know.
Hydrotherapy, or water cure, for dogs is a form of occupational or physiotherapy that uses water resistance to rehabilitate injuries and relieve pain. In fact, there are many benefits of hydrotherapy for dogs and so much to understand. Here are a few of the basics you should know.
Neem oil is extracted from the seeds and bark of the neem tree, which is native to India, and is used as a natural insecticide, pesticide, skin treatment, and more for dogs. It has many beneficial properties that boost dogs' overall health, and it's very potent. Here's what you should know.
A new documentary film called 'The Dog Doc' recently premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. I had the chance to see the movie and, as a pet parent, I was absolutely blown away. I also had the opportunity to interview director Cindy Meehl and the Dog Doc, himself, Dr. Marty Goldstein.
New high-tech solutions like light therapy for dogs can address many debilitating and uncomfortable conditions, like arthritis and skin infections. Here are a few things you should know about light therapy.
If you take herbal supplements, have ever treated yourself to a professional massage, or have visited a chiropractor to have that creak in your back fixed - you have an understanding of the benefits of alternative medicine.