Palliative care is treatment of symptoms of a condition rather than treatment of the underlying condition itself. Our pets are blessed. With help, many can spend their final days surrounded by family in their home, something most of us humans can only hope for.
When it comes to integrative pet care, one of the first things to discuss is diet. There are a number of ways a diet adjustment can improve skin health and reduce inflammation and allergies.
Environment management is a key component in managing stress. For dogs this means adequate exercise, including off-leash time.
Chocolate Labrador retrievers have significantly lower life expectancy than yellow and black Labradors.
A review finds that dog cognition is not exceptional when compared to other domestic animals, social hunters and carnivores.
WellBeing resident holistic veterinarian, Karen Goldrick, looks at how to brush up on your pet’s dental hygiene.
Cats and dogs make different dietary choices based on what their bodies tell them that they need.
Dogs are capable of understanding your emotions behind the expressions on your face.
Karen Goldrick discusses the safe use of herbs and supplements for pets.
Can you feed superfoods to your dogs and cats? Sure you can! Read why.
Find out how playing with a new puppy helped one WellBeing reader who had long struggled with mental illness.
Karen Goldrick explores how you can help reduce antibacterial resistance.
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