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How to treat itchy skin and skin allergies in dogs and cats

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Skin Support Protocol Over many years of treating skin disease and nutritional research, we have formulated a natural dietary protocol, which assists of solves up to 70% of skin cases. It...

Ketogenic diets for dogs and cats

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What is a ketogenic diet for dogs and cats? The most simple explanation of what a ketogenic diet is, is a diet that utilises fat as fuel, instead of carbohydrate....

How a healthy pet can help your health too

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Bone broth contains a range of great goodies that help dogs joints and guts and are an excellent food source for fussy, sick or elderly pets. Find out more

Tips for adopting a rescue cat or dog

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Bone broth contains a range of great goodies that help dogs joints and guts and are an excellent food source for fussy, sick or elderly pets. Find out more

Why bone broth is a healthy boost for dogs

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Bone broth contains a range of great goodies that help dogs joints and guts and are an excellent food source for fussy, sick or elderly pets. Find out more

Using diet and nutrition to help support dogs and cats with cancer

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Cancer is now a leading cause of death in dogs and cats, and will affect about one in three pets, along with kidney failure being the next most common cause...

How to stop your dog’s urine ruining your grass lawn

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Are you a frustrated gardener faced with constant brown patches on your lawn thanks to your four legged friend? Don't worry, you're not alone. There are 3 reasons your dog's urine...

Can dogs eat raw eggs and how is best to feed them

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Eggs are the staple of a classic Australian brunch menu but dog owners are sometimes cautious about feeding them to their four legged friends. Well the good news is they...

How to stop bloat in dogs

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Gastric Dilation-Volvulus complex (GDV), commonly known as bloat, is a complex, life threatening condition. It occurs mainly in large breed, deep chested dogs such as Great Danes, Dobermans, Wolf Hounds...

Boron deficiency in dogs and supplementation

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Bone is a matrix of living cells, fibrous material, and calcified minerals (mainly calcium). Boron is one of the micronutrients required for optimal health and is involved in maintaining good...

Natural remedies for dogs and cats

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At Vets All Natural  we take a natural, holistic approach to animal care and welfare. Immediate veterinary care is the only option if your pet develops a serious illness or...

5 natural home remedies and medicines for dogs and cats

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If your pet has a serious issue, a visit to their friendly vet should be the first port of call, but for minor injuries and ailments there are some very...

First aid for dogs and cats

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At some stage during their life your pet may experience a medical emergency or health problem and, if they do, you are likely to be the person they rely on...

Gluten intolerance and gluten free dog food

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These days, gluten intolerance is a well-recognised condition in humans and there are shelves full of products designed to help sufferers manage the condition and avoid unpleasant symptoms, but did...
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The best food for active and working dogs

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If you've an active dog, whether it be one that simply shares your active lifestyle on runs and walks, or if it its a working dog on the farm, its...

Grass seed caught in your dog’s or cat’s ears, throat or nostrils?

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Every year as the weather warms up and the spring rain and sunshine accelerates grass growth many dogs and cats visit vet clinics with grass seeds in their ears, nostrils,...

Can dogs eat yeast?

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Yeast can occasionally be linked as a cause of allergies but this is not common. What is more common is the situation of yeast overgrowth in animals that suffer from...

How often should I feed my dog? Once, twice or three times a day

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One of the questions we're asked most frequently dogs should be fed. It's an understandable area of concern for dog owners. A dog that is overfed will be more likely...

How to keep your dog or cat calm in a thunderstorm

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While many humans enjoy a good thunderstorm; dark skies, high winds, heavy rain and thunder claps can strike terror into the heart of our pets. Here's some tips for alleviating...

Treating hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism in dogs and cats

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Hypothyroidism refers to an underactive thyroid gland, and is a condition almost exclusively seen in dogs. Hyperthyroidism refers to an overactive thyroid gland, and is controversially seen almost exclusively in...