What Causes Hot Spots in Dogs and Cats?

Infections in dogs and cats present themselves in many different ways. As a pet owner, being able to detect an infection early can save your pet from severe pain and discomfort. Unfortunately, in most...
30th November, 2016

How To Make Your Dog’s Immune System Stronger

Ideally, we all want our dogs to have a strong, healthy immune system. As you probably know, a dog with a weakened immune system will be susceptible to all sorts of viruses and bacteria that cause in...
28th November, 2016

Bully Sticks: A Natural Chew for Your Dog

If they aren’t already, bully sticks are likely to become one of your pup’s favorite treats. While the prime material for these might disturb you a little — they’re made from bull penis(!), bu...
26th November, 2016

How To Keep Your Pet Out of Harm’s Way on Thanksgiving

It’s Thanksgiving! This is the time for the whole family to get together to feast, bond and catch up. Of course, your pet will be part of the festivities. But remember, even if you talk to them ...
23rd November, 2016

Natural Hot Spot Remedies

As a pet owner, you always want to see your dog or cat happy. Sadly, sometimes they can get sick and lose some of that energy and spirit. Hot spots can be a reason for some sadness – the itchine...
22nd November, 2016

Natural Remedies Against Worms in Dogs

Worms can invade a dog’s body when they smell, drink, lick, and ingest dirt, raw meat, trash and even poop.  If your dog plays around in the backyard or walks around where other dogs can defeca...
19th November, 2016

Homemade Cat Repellents to Keep Your Furniture and Garden Safe

Cats can be such solitary creatures that we’re usually so thrilled when they decide to grace us with their presence. That is, unless they choose to go where they shouldn’t. And since cats aren’t...
16th November, 2016

20 Most Common Dog Breeds & Their Potential Health Problems

Purebred dogs are prized for their handsome characteristics as well as their breed-specific personality traits. But purebreds are also associated with having more health problems than dogs with mixed backgrounds. As Eleanor Raffan, a veterinary surgeon and geneticist at the University of Cambridge in England, told LiveScience: “Whenever we see something that is more common in one breed of dog than another, genetics are implicated as a possible factor.” Essentially, to...
14th November, 2016

Guard Your Dog Against Giardia

You may have never heard of Giardia, but you are probably familiar with a little stomach issue called diarrhea. Well, Giardia is an intestinal parasite that can cause a lot of discomfort for your pet,...
11th November, 2016

Medical Marijuana and Pet Pain Treatment – Precautions, Methods and Legality

Cannabis is known for its relaxing, hunger inducing, and pain reducing properties. Like humans, there is some evidence that animals with chronic pain may also benefit from cannabis infused diets. Some healthcare professionals recommend medical marijuana for cancers, epileptic disorders, digestive problems, nervous system issues and other chronic illnesses. Though first legalized in 1996 by the State of California, medical marijuana gained incredible popularity after Colo...
10th November, 2016

Comprehensive Guide on Dog Ear Infections

The risk of ear infections is one of the top concerns for dog lovers. These can cause a lot of pain and suffering for your dog, especially if left unattended. To catch an ear infection in its early stages, regular inspection and cleaning are super helpful. But how do you know exactly what to look for and how to treat symptoms if you see them? That’s exactly what we are going to talk about in this comprehensive guide on dog ear infections. In this article we will cover: Symp...
8th November, 2016

Feline Immune System – How It Works and Tips to Boost Your Cat’s Immunity

Do cats actually have nine lives or justa really incredible immune system? Your cat’s immune system is responsible for keeping them healthy and protecting against foreign invaders like bacteria, ger...
6th November, 2016
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*Results may vary based on factors such as age, size and physical condition of your pet.
Vet Organics supplements are manufactured from natural and organic materials known to improve a pet's health regimen and quality of life. If you suspect that your pet may be suffering from a severe medical condition, consult your veterinarian immediately.