Complete Natural Health For Your Pet
In many cases, the cause is a poorly functioning immune system and toxic buildup in the body’s organs, particularly in the liver. The diet of an animal in the wild would often include these antioxidants and herbs. While living safely indoors with us protects them, it also limits their capability to take care of their own health, as they would instinctively. The supplements are meant to make up for some of the short-comings in the diets of our animal friends. Other pet parents started giving C-Caps to their animals after hearing what none of us wants to hear.
If you read some of the heartwarming testimonials, you’ll see what natural remedies can do. Mistletoe – a highly nutritious plant that animals would naturally eat in the wild. Echinacea – a well-known plant that supports normal blood pressure and stimulates the immune system. Indian ginseng – a tonic herb that supports growth, strengthens the immune system and nourishes the blood. Milk Thistle – used as a liver tonic for thousands of years.
Cat’s Claw – another plant that supports and maintains the immune system. Whether your animals are well and healthy or suffering from chronic health problems, C-Caps are a good investment.
Arlington Veterinarian Serving Pets In The Memphis Area :: Home
Dr. Robinson and his team are committed to bringing you and your pets better health by practicing the science of Veterinary Medicine. Serving the Memphis area, Pet Health Center was established by Dr. Utkov in 1989. Pet Health Center is a full-service Animal Hospital dedicated to providing the highest quality veterinary care for our patients and welcoming, informative, and supportive service for our clients.
We are committed to the education of our clients and team members as patient advocates regarding your pet’s health care and lifestyle needs. Pet Health Center offers the Memphis area animal community day time emergency veterinary services in addition to standard medical, surgical, and dental veterinary care. Because we have an in-house pharmacy, lab, radiology facilities, and an Intensive Care Unit, our hospital enables you to make one stop for your pet’s medical care. We are also proud to offer grooming, boarding, and nutritional support services. Please feel free to stop by anytime for a tour of our facilities, we’d love to see you and your furry friends!
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A Healthy Mouth for a Healthy Pet
Man best friend, our furry four legged pet, our dogs. Not only is halitosis disruptive to the relationship with your pet it can also be the first sign of trouble. If your pets health is important to you remember, they need a healthy mouth for a healthy pet. A daily brushing of your pet’s teeth is a very effective method for preventing tooth loss and periodontal disease. There are a few do’s and do not’s when it come to caring for your pets mouth.
These brushes are too hard for your pet’s mouth. Since our pets tend to swallow most of the foam it can cause vomiting. Do use pet chew toys which are designed to create gum stimulation. You can even check into prescription pet foods that have been developed to clean your pets teeth if the suffer from chronic dental disease. The bottom line is that if you have a dog or a cat for a pet, chances are very good that they may be a candidate for oral disease.
The good news is that with all of the products and techniques available today pet health and oral health is fairly simple. Start with a daily brushing of pet’s teeth and a yearly visit to the vet for an oral cleaning and exam, and your on the right path to good pet health.
Water and pets
Drinking bottled water, or filtered water from the refrigerator while your cat, dog or other pet’s water bowl is filled from that, ugh, tap. Still, many continue to feed fill pet bowls with tap water. Most animal experts will agree that pets should be given the same quality water as humans: bottled and/or filtered. As stated earlier, municipal and well water can contain many harmful things, even parasites. They don’t discriminate between pets and people!
Some folks feed their pet’s bottled water and can cause more problems than they think. Bottled water is extremely expensive and continues to add waste in our landfills. Despite the waste plastic bottles create, some bottled water is just bottled tap water. This means pets can still be harmed by the contaminants in the unfiltered water. Giving your pet filtered water will remove a potentially sickness-causing organism or metal from being ingested.
Cats and dogs, the two most common pets, need fresh water and plenty of it. Fish, who live in water, can be greatly affected by water with high levels of chlorine or ammonia; chemical used in some treatment plants. Poor quality water can be more prone to ‘bad’ algae.