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A healthy gut lining and proper essential nutrients are the foundation for overall wellness for your pets.

Prevention is better than cure! It’s important to act on this information and ensure that your pet’s gut health (and your own) is looked after so that you can have healthy and thriving pets To recap: Enzymes serve as catalysts that facilitate the breakdown of food molecules into forms readily absorbed and utilized by the body. […]
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80-90% of dogs over the age of three have some component of periodontal disease

80-90% of dogs over the age of three have some component of periodontal disease (gum disease that affects the teeth and the structures that hold the teeth in place). This can go unnoticed due to a pet’s resistance to mouth exams or simply because it’s out of sight. The first warning signs of dental disease are bad […]
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Is your pet a picky eater?

Do your pets exhibit any of the below behaviors? Eating a few bites and walking away: Similar to picky eating, if your pet starts a meal but doesn’t finish it, it is your first symptom of a problem. Healthy carnivores stuff themselves with meat when food is available (they know in the wild their next […]
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What is energy healing?

Did you know that emotional trauma can wreak havoc on our bodies, potentially leading to mitochondrial dysfunction? Research suggests that 40-80% of emotional trauma can disrupt the delicate balance of our cellular energy production, setting the stage for a cascade of health issues. The crux of the matter is – at the core of healing, for both humans […]
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Lyme Disease

It is reported that up to 13.3% of dogs in the United States test positive for Lyme disease. Dogs, horses and sometimes cattle can get Lyme disease. White-tailed deer, mice, chipmunks, gray squirrels, opossums and raccoons can also be infected. Interestingly, wild mammals infected with the bacteria usually show no signs of illness, while dogs […]
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The cost of sick pets – preventative care!

Though we all are destined to leave this planet, our goal is to live life to its fullest while here and help our beloved pets do the same. To accomplish this, we need to care for the single most important item, our bodies, and the bodies of our pets (and in my opinion Mother Earth […]
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We are what we eat We (And Our Pets) Eat, Digest, Assimilate And Eliminate

Few other systems are as critical to overall health as the digestive system. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), we are born with a certain amount of Qi or energy.  This Qi is what allows us to “live” and can only be replenished through respiration (breathing) and digestion!  This makes sense, since if we don’t […]
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Thriving Through Corona

Practical Tips For People And Pets Who would have ever imagined a worldwide crisis that would bring the WORLD to a halt! Not minimizing the gravity of health concerns, there were other “pan epidemics” going on even before this Corona Virus threat. Most people were overworked, stressed all the time, sleep-deprived, deeply in debt with […]
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Solutions For Living In A Toxic World

The world we live in today is incredibly toxic. From the water we drink and bath in, the air quality, EMF (electro magnetic frequency), food pollution and chemicals that touch the skin, we are exposed to alarmingly high levels of toxins on a daily basis. Living in a bubble is not the answer. This article […]
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Energy Medicine: Fact or Fiction

This months Abby’s Magazine is about “Energy Medicine”.  I covered light, sound, energy bodies, chakras and more! http://cp.revolio.com/i/955419-volume-6-issue-2 Pet article is on pages 32-33
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