Posts Tagged ‘arthritis’

Dog Joint & Bone Health

Wednesday, February 27th, 2019

A dog’s joint and bone health maintenance plan should start as a pup and continue through all stages of your dog’s life. Giving mealtimes a boost with human grade organic superfoods that include bone meal (pure and sterilized) and green lipped mussel (GLM) from the pristine waters of New Zealand is a way to love […]

Comparing CBD Oil Dog Supplements

Thursday, December 13th, 2018

It is official:  CBD oil supplements and treats are a big hit for pets these days.  Wanting to help manage your “canine kid’s” pain and anxiety using a naturopathic alternative?  Look no further.  CBD oil is the primary choice for many, and you may want to consider this alternative for good reasons.  We now have […]

Negative Punishment, What is it and How it Works for Your Dog’s Behavior

Sunday, October 21st, 2018

In the world of psychology, the definition of Negative Punishment is removing a desirable stimulus or opportunity in order to make an unwanted behavior decrease. A good example of negative punishment is the ‘be a tree’ scenario where you stop moving forward as soon as the dog puts pressure on the leash. Negative…you took away […]

Turmeric for Dog Arthritis | Ayurvedic Care

Wednesday, October 10th, 2018

Turmeric (Curcuma longa) has been used since ancient times throughout Indonesia and Southeast Asia not only in cuisine but as a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. It is well-documented in exhibiting many health benefits, especially in the treatment of joint inflammation. Curcumin is its active ingredient. There are over 1,000 worldwide published animal and human studies, […]

Your Dog or Finicky Canine Kid?

Friday, September 7th, 2018

Finicky:  Fussy about one’s needs or requirements.  “A finicky eater”.  Scenario: Your dog is suffering from arthritic pain. You are relieved to find a healthy homeopathic product to help manage their comfort level. You’re mixing supplements into their daily mealtimes, and it’s going great! You’re relieved to see they are more restful. Then one day […]