Behavior Changes When Dogs Are Spayed or Neutered

A picture of Dottie’s beautiful, intact Father showing at Westminster Kennel Club   A while back, I wrote a post about the problems of early spaying and neutering in our dogs. I have the link here. The Problems with Early Spay and Neuter – Joyfully Healthy Pets That post talked about the physical problems that … Read more

Colostrum For Your Canine

What is Colostrum?  If you are a Mother, you are aware that colostrum is the first milk that a mammal produces after giving birth. It is the first food for mammals and all mammals produce it for their offspring.  It is an absolutely amazing food. I remember reading “The Grapes of Wrath” in high school, … Read more

Maintaining Kidney Health

How many of you think about the health of your pets kidneys? I didn’t until July of 2011 when my 12 year old Golden Retriever, Josephine, became very ill. She was diagnosed with an enlarged kidney which the Dr. said was an infection. Sadly Josephine only lived until September of 2011. Her health crisis was … Read more

Flea and Tick Treatments

FDA Alerts Pet Owners and Veterinarians About Potential for Neurologic Adverse Events with Certain Flea and Tick Products                But, I would say that ALL chemical flea and ticks treatments will cause neurologic events, and more. They can also cause liver damage, organ failure and death. The insert says to wear gloves when applying, not … Read more

Natural Medicine

More than 100 years ago Natural Medicine suffered a nearly fatal blow with the well planned, systematic destruction of modalities such as herbs, homeopathy, and chiropractic medicines. It’s a sordid tale of greed and self serving. Rockefeller tried to completely destroy homeopathy all the while he was under the care of a homeopathic Dr.