Having a litter of dogs or cats (whether planned or accidental) is a big responsibility. Yes, animals have mated and had babies without mankind’s help for centuries, but in a domesticated world, they are restricted to the diets and conditions (often not ideal) that we provide. Enjoy the pet article on pages 12-13 http://cp.revolio.com/i/869597-volume-5-issue-5 […]
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For many years we have been drilled to spay and neuter our pets at an early age. The only sterilization technique taught in veterinary school has been the full removal of the sex organs. Years later we are seeing rising evidence that this may not be in the best interest of our pets health. Are […]
Diabetes is a lifestyle dis-ease. We have created this dis-ease by feeding processed foods, high in carbohydrates and toxins that create inflammation in the body. This is a wonderful story of a dog who was able to reverse the diabetes in 9 months, after the owners changed the conditions that lead to the diabetes.