Cats experience chronic pain the same way dogs do – but they are much better at hiding it. So how will you know if your cat is feeling pain? We take a look.
Holistic vet Dr Karen Goldrick explores how to treat kidney disease in pets the natural way through supplements, acupuncture and more.
Our resident vet is here to give you the low-down on holistic pet care, because you need to look after your fur baby’s gut health with a balanced diet too!
WellBeing resident holistic vet Karen Goldrick discusses treating skin allergies on your pet.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) formulas like Shuanghuanglian oral liquid have been used throughout history to treat and even cure common colds — but do they have antiviral properties?
In veterinary practice, chronic stress is associated with many health problems of domestic pets, as well as of livestock and wildlife. Adaptogens are herbs we can add to other diet and herb strategies to help our pets cope with stress.
WellBeing resident holistic veterinarian, Karen Goldrick, discusses changing your pet’s diet and how it might impact their health.
One topic that always comes up when discussing home prepared diets for dogs is: Can my dog eat this?
Your pets need first-aid care just like you do. Here is a guide to building your own pet first-aid kit.
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.
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