Many people may use the word mange jokingly, but when your dog develops canine mange it is no laughing matter. The diseasecan be dangerous and result in considerable suffering. Fortunately for such dogs and their owners, there are a number of natural remedies that can eliminate canine mange.
Mange is an inflammatory disease most often found in dogs. This condition results from an infestation of mites in the skin and hair follicles. Anybody who has treated a dog with mange using conventional treatment knows exactly how ill their pet can become. (more…)
I’ve been saying for decades that vets know more about health than doctors, especially about nutrition. If you see what nutrients are added to dog food and cat food, it’s better nourishment than human food!
There is less propaganda and more science. Vets are not judged by fake TV advertising, corrupt politicians, or phoney science: they are judged entirely by the math.
Does the animal live or die? If it doesn’t, it’s a financial disaster and the vet is OUT! (more…)
One of the readers of our newsletter discovered AGS or Force-C just as her dog, a 4 year old female German Shepherd was diagnosed with uterine cancer. She found a way to order Force-C online (it can be difficult) and began giving her pup nearly the full dose daily (dogs weigh less than humans). After the bottle was gone, she brought her pup to the veterinarian and to both of their surprise, there was no sign of cancer in the dog.
We next heard back from Christine when she called to tell me that her dog was pregnant and that she’s emailed me a photo of the sire, a beautiful, champion “red” German Shepherd.
A short time later, she called telling me that she had 8 beautiful pups playing in her kitchen. I went to visit and fell in love with them. I even thought of adopting one, till she told me that they’d be sold by the breeder of the sire at $5,000.00 a piece.
Feline stomatitis is a very common and unpleasant malady for any self respecting cat to have. It is a result of the modern way of feline health care. Stomatitis is the inflammation of the mouth. Symptoms include redness and swelling of any surface. It is painful for the cat to eat, so they may look forward to their meal, eat a little, then run away, as if the food has hurt them. (more…)
Parasites are more common than you may think. (more…)