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Animal Health

There is no reason your pet should be left out of your natural lifestyle. We cover common conditions and give advice on behavioral and health concerns to keep your pet in top shape.

Joint Disease in the Working Animal

By |November 29th, 2021|Categories: Animal Health|Tags: |

Joint disease causes severe pain and limitation of movement in many working dogs and horses. Homoeopathic treatment offers a humane, non-toxic and economic approach to the maintenance and restoration of function. Dr Alex Niven describes some basic joint problems and indicates which remedies should be considered in their alleviation.

Why Do Dogs Bite?

By |November 17th, 2021|Categories: Animal Health|Tags: |

Discipline begins at home. That’s a familiar saying when we discuss disciplining our children, but the same really applies to our four legged friends. Globally, millions of people suffer from dog bites and many of these are children. According to Cesar Millan, there are five reasons why dogs bite.

Why do dogs eat grass?

By |October 3rd, 2021|Categories: Animal Health|Tags: , , |

No one really knows why dogs eat grass. Theories range from behaviour to nutrient deficiencies to illness or simply because they like it. Read on to find out more about why your pooch prefers the green stuff.

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Can I Own a Pet and Work all Day?

By |October 5th, 2017|Categories: Animal Health|

Dogs and cats are sociable animals when it comes to humans, and need your attention. Don’t think that having more than one pet will be enough to replace you. Also, not all dogs and cats like other animals, so getting a ‘friend’ for your dog or cat could make matters worse. Some do cope better than others being on their own for extended periods but this very much depends on what they have been taught at a very young age. If a dog or cat has been taught to cope being alone before six weeks of age by the breeder, they tolerate isolation better than pets who haven’t been left alone at all.

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