Health Tracking for Your Dog

We were recently introduced to a new product that offers health tracking for your dog. It’s called the Maven collar, and it connects your dog’s health to veterinarians 24/7. This can be particularly helpful for dog lovers who need to leave their dog home for a few hours while they’re at work, grocery shopping, orContinue reading “Health Tracking for Your Dog”

When to Give Your Dog Digestive Enzymes

Have you thought about giving your dog digestive enzymes? Or maybe you believe he doesn’t require them. You must believe that everything is great because the food is coming out of one end and coming in the other. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case.  In reality, it’s possible that your dog needs assistance in orderContinue reading “When to Give Your Dog Digestive Enzymes”

Saccharomyces Boulardii For Dogs

You’re accustomed to reading about probiotic microorganisms that improve the digestive health of your dog by displacing harmful bacteria. However, there is also probiotic yeast. Friendly yeast Saccharomyces Boulardii functions as a probiotic. Its claim to fame is that it is a probiotic that aids in the management of diarrhea, particularly diarrhea brought on byContinue reading “Saccharomyces Boulardii For Dogs”

Benadryl for Dogs: The Dangers and Natural Alternatives

Benadryl for dogs is a commonly provided over-the-counter medication. Perhaps you do too. Almost anything can benefit from it, according to conventional veterinarians. Your veterinarian will probably recommend Benadryl if you ask him about allergies, nervousness, motion sickness, or reverse sneezing. Many dog owners consider Benadryl to be a quick treatment for a variety ofContinue reading “Benadryl for Dogs: The Dangers and Natural Alternatives”

Why It’s Important to Know Your Dog’s Breed: An Interview with Embark Vet

We all have a type when it comes to dogs. When we find that perfect pooch, there’s no question about whether or not we’ll be taking them home. But what if you don’t know the dog’s breed? How can you truly know if this is the right fit for your family? Luckily, there are waysContinue reading “Why It’s Important to Know Your Dog’s Breed: An Interview with Embark Vet”

A Pill for Canine Lymphoma: Laverdia for Dogs

Laverdia for dogs is a pill that can help treat lymphoma in dogs. Laverdia is a new treatment, so we don’t have all the answers to questions yet, but future research will resolve those over time. For now, it’s definitely something to discuss and look into. While lymphoma is one of the more treatable canine cancers, we are continuously on the search for new medicines that can help the unfortunate dogs that either do not respond to present treatments or do not have access to them due to financial or geographical constraints. What Laverdia Is Laverdia Ca-1 (verdinexor) was originallyContinue reading “A Pill for Canine Lymphoma: Laverdia for Dogs”

Keeping a Dog Cancer Journal

One of the main activities I always encourage is…keep a journal. Writing in a journal is a great way to get organized, but it can be hard to know how to start. To help you out, here are some tips for making the most of your writing time: Make sure you have enough space inContinue reading “Keeping a Dog Cancer Journal”

Benefits of MCT in CBD Oil

In addition to the CBD, you’ll find that MCT oil is one of the key ingredients in many of our tinctures. Why will MCT oil be used in a product like this? What are the advantages of using MCT in the tincture?  Since coconut oil is made up of saturated fat, it seems that weContinue reading “Benefits of MCT in CBD Oil”

Why Didn’t CBD Work for My Dog?

You are not alone if you have offered your pet CBD items and have found yourself uncertain if it is working, or how long it takes to work. In reality, while many dogs quickly show improvements, some dogs take a little longer to feel the effects of CBD because each dog has specific endocannabinoid receptors.Continue reading “Why Didn’t CBD Work for My Dog?”

What’s the Endocannabinoid System?

Consider the phrase “endocannabinoid.” The phrase “cannabinoid” is derived from the word “cannabis,” and “endo” refers to the fact that it is formed naturally within the body. As a result, “endocannabinoid” actually refers to cannabis-like compounds that exist naturally in our dog’s (and our) bodies. P.S. Our dogs, us, our cats, and other mammals allContinue reading “What’s the Endocannabinoid System?”