Over many years we have compiled numerous papers and articles about a range of different problems that commonly affect dogs and cats. Below are a few of these articles with natural solutions to common problems.

Diets for diabetic dogs

Diabetes and Insulin requirements for dogs Diabetes Mellitus is a significant and debilitating chronic disease that causes poor quality of life for both pets, and owners, and significantly reduces life...
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Weevils

Weevils Weevils are a group of small beetles that infest grains. The more common type we find in our kitchen pantry is the meal moth. These insects lay their eggs...
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Pottenger’s Cat Study

The landmark study into raw feeding Like many great discoveries, Dr Francis M Pottenger accidentally came upon the finding that his laboratory cats were noticeably healthier when fed on a...
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What Meat Should I Feed?

Which Meat Should I Feed My Pets? This is a question we are asked constantly by concerned pet owners, when they have made the choice to swap to a natural,...
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Zinc and Selenium for dogs

The role of Zinc for dogs Zinc is one of the essential trace minerals required in a dog’s diet to maintain good health. It is also one of the most...
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Natural Puppy Nutrition

Introduction If we could go back in time to the very first day man befriended the dog, there's more than a good chance we would find it all started with...
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Natural Cat Nutrition

Natural Nutrition for Cats The Cat family (felids) has evolved closely alongside their canine counterparts, but has developed their own unique dietary requirements as a result of their own unique...
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New Approach to Dog and Cat Allergies

Allergies are basically an “inappropriate” or “over-zealous” reaction of an animals’ (or persons) immune system. Genetics certainly play a role in pre-disposing an animal to developing allergies, but environment and...
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Urinary Incontinence in Dogs and Cats

What is urinary incontinence? Strictly speaking, incontinence is unconscious and involuntary urination or urine leakage. It is most common in older (8 years +) desexed female dogs, but can occasionally...
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How to stop your dog farting

If your dog lives outside flatulence may not much of an issue, but let’s face it, if your canine companion shares your home or you’re planning to take a long...
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Evolved on Raw Food

The background behind Vets All Natural “SOMETIMES A RAW DEAL IS THE BEST DEAL” 40 million years ago the earliest prehistoric dogs and cats began evolving on planet earth. For...
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Natural Nutrition for Dogs

A bit of science and a lot of common sense When we first began to seriously investigate nutrition for dogs and cats back in the early 1990’s, we noticed the...
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