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    How Integrative Medicine Can Support Pet Diabetes

    Diabetes is a disease that affects not only humans but also our furry companions. To keep pets’ blood sugar stable, vets usually prescribe insulin injections. However, many owners are left wanting to do more for their diabetic pets. That’s why more pet owners and holistic vets are turning to integrative medicine.

    The Dangers Mosquitoes Pose to Pets

    It’s that time of year again. The sun’s out, everything’s in bloom, and the number-one summer pest is back: mosquitoes.

    Learn These 5 Pet-Friendly Uses for CBD Before Trying It

    With CBD growing in popularity among humans, it makes sense that pet owners would want their furry companions to join in on the healing properties of this useful plant. Pet Wellbeing doesn't provide CDB products, but we believe in providing pet parents with the all the facts when it comes to pet health!

    Top Tips for Treating Kitty Colds at Home


    One day, you might wake up to find that your cat is acting a little under the weather. Leaky eyes, sneezing, runny nose, lethargy—these are all the symptoms of a kitty cold. When your kitty falls ill, you’ll want to do something about it!

    6 Natural Tips to Protect Your Pet's Liver


    Pet owners tend to focus on ailments they can see. It’s easy to know when a cat or dog has a scratch, limp or wound. Unseen things like liver health deserve the same amount of attention, but they often go neglected until serious internal damage makes itself known.

    Is It Smart to Adopt a Kitten to Accompany Your Senior Cat?

    If your resident cat is getting up there in years, you might be wondering whether it’s a good idea to adopt a kitten to keep them company in their old age. Can it be done? Absolutely. But should you? This answer is less clear-cut.

    Integrative Medicine: Start Asking Your Vet What You Can do at Home

    There’s no question you want the best for your furry friend. When it comes to their healthcare, you most likely let your veterinarian take the reins during your pet’s annual checkup and follow their advice for medical procedures or treatments.

    Are Weight Loss Supplements Safe for Pets?


    Years of lavishing a pet with treats can leave them appearing a bit large around the gut. Obesity in pets can sneak up on you, and once all those extra pounds are on, they’re hard to get off!

    Watch for the Subtle Signs of Glaucoma in Cats


    Cats are at risk for some of the same ailments as humans, and glaucoma is no exception. The only difference is that glaucoma in cats is harder to treat. Too often, owners don’t realize something is wrong until it’s too late.

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