Discover the benefits of these supplements.
Fish Oil has DHA (omega-3 fatty acid) and EPA (polyunsaturated fatty acid) that helps regulate the immune system, reduce inflammation, supports the brain and nervous system, and contributes to skin, coat, heart, kidney and joint health such as arthritis.
Like many fat supplements, most dogs and cats can benefit from fish oil. It eases inflammation due to allergies and reduces itchy skin and dandruff, which can some times be an effective way to decrease hot spots on your pet. It promotes a shiny healthy coat and reduces shedding. For cats, this may also mean fewer hairballs, since your cat won’t pick up as many loose hairs while grooming.
We’ve all seen and heard of the terms organic, natural and holistic on many of the products we purchase for our pets, but what does it all mean and what is the difference between them? If you find yourself sometimes confused when navigating the different terms, you are not alone. Everything from food and treats, to shampoos to flea treatments can carry these labels. Whether or not these labels accurately define the product depends on the regulations.
Keeping Your Pets Safe and Happy During the Holidays!
The holidays are a wonderful time of the year. Family and friends gather to visit and everyone takes part in a healthy feast. Our pets are an important part of most families and quite often we want them to share in the same joy and festivities as the rest of us by sharing some of our holiday dishes.
However, many of the foods that we eat during the holidays can actually cause a great deal of harm to your pet’s bodies. Lets keep our pets safe this holiday season and learn about foods you should not feed them.