Humans are keenly aware of our ability to concentrate and think clearly. When we’re experiencing brain fog or poor memory, we know right away. What we don’t always consider is that our dogs experience very similar things, especially as they age.
Separating from your spouse or partner can be a difficult process. Emotions are high and there are lots of things to consider regarding personal property, finances and other assets. Then, you must consider your family—including your pets.
All pet diseases are best caught early. Early detection ensures that your dog gets the proper treatment right away to help the body heal and overcome illness. Sometimes, treatment is able to cure the ailment; in other cases, it can at least prevent the disease from worsening.
When we eat, our bodies break down food using a number of enzymes and microorganisms to extract nutrients. From there, the nutrients are absorbed by the body and transported for use in a wide range of bodily processes to keep us healthy. Without these macronutrients, vitamins and minerals, our bodies would not be able to function.
During the spring and summer months, pet owners are on high alert for signs of pests like fleas and ticks. When your furry friend is spending tons of time outside, their chances of picking up a pest and bringing it home are much higher.
For many years, conventional medicine has incorporated botanical compounds into pharmacology, leveraging the powerful components of many plants and fungi alongside synthetic compounds to create medications. Mushrooms are one example of this. However, more and more research continues to emerge concerning mushrooms and their medicinal qualities when used on their own.
As the weather shifts from fall to winter and snow begins to cover the ground, one thing dog owners will need to be wary of is dry or cracked paw pads. Dry air, freezing-cold ice and salt or other de-icers can wreak havoc on your pup’s paws during winter walks, eventually leading to painful cracks and even infections.
One of a cat’s best features is his or her soft, fuzzy, shiny coat. When our cats leap up to cuddle, it’s a joy to pet their soft fur while giving them endless love and affection.
When humans look for a general practitioner to take care of our healthcare needs, we have a lot of options. Doctors can specialize in many things, including different medical approaches like “traditional Western” medicine or “alternative” medicine.
As our dogs age, their bodies stop working as well as they used to. The joints get stiffer, the brain isn’t as sharp and bodily systems run less efficiently, potentially causing discomfort or bigger health problems.
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