Your dog avoids bright lights or bright places
How to Treat Anxiety or Stress Levels for your Dog or Cat
Treating your Dog's or Cat's Bad Breath
Treating your Dog or Cat for Allergies
Treating your Dog's or Cat's Cuts, Scratches, and Wounds
Understanding Heart Disease in your Dog or Cat
You can help promote a healthy heart in your dog by ensuring he gets regular exercise. Try to ensure he eats well and does not become obese. Additionally, you might like to consider using our natural, herbal remedies to counter potential heart disease in either your cat or dog. As in the case of cats, be sure to get your cute friend to the vet to ensure a proper diagnosis.
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Snarling, biting, barking, hissing are all signs of a pet's anger, however surfaced or however hidden. All the same, if your pet dog or cat is exhibiting any symptoms of aggression, there is a natural remedy to treating such ill-fated behaviours.
Aggressive behaviour can can occur when a dog is trying to protect its possessions or in the presence of unfamiliar people or animals. Dogs with an aggression problem may also behave in this way when groomed or lifted. These dogs may also attack other animals, including cats or farm animals, and may have a tendency to chase moving objects such as bicycles, motorcycles, and cars. It is also common for overly aggressive dogs to make frequent escape attempts from their home or yard.In addition to these acts and behaviors, dogs with aggressive behaviours also tend to display certain postures that are the same or similar to many fear postures. For example, such canines will often flatten their ears and lower their head when faced with a trigger of their aggression. Raising their hackles, wrinkling their muzzle, and pulling back their lips are also postures commonly displayed by overly aggressive canines. Even if your dog has not yet attacked people or other animals, if he or she is exhibiting any of the above symptoms and behavior, you may have an aggression problem on your hands. Although it may not seem serious to begin with, this behavior often escalates with time, with very unfortunate results.
Altered behavior only when you, the owner, are not present
Distress vocalization (barking, howling)
Destructiveness (chewing furniture, digging, scratching) and self-trauma
Inappropriate elimination (urinary or fecal)
Some dog breeds are naturally more aggressive than others and some dogs may display aggressive behavior as the result of fear because they have had little exposure to other dogs or people.Bear in mind though, sometimes dogs are simply aggressive because they are in discomfort or pain, so it is always best to first have your dog checked by your veterinarian, especially if canine aggression is an unusual characteristic for your four-legged friend.
Defecating outside the litter box
Visible signs - e.g. ears pointing forward or to the sides while its pupils appear as slits or with only a slightly rounded shape
A cat displaying offensive aggression also tends to hold its rump higher than the rest of its body and will lock its eyes upon its target. The cat's tail tends to be held downward, with the tip swishing from side to side. A low growl may also be emitted.
In the case of defensive reactions, a cat's ears will typically lie flat against its head and its pupils will be dilated. Under such circumstances, a cat will usually assume a crouched posture, and the hair on its body and tail may puff up. The cat's tail will either be held under its body or curved to the side, and its claws will be out. Rather than growling, cats exhibiting defensive aggression tend to spit and hiss. On the other hand, predatory aggression is generally not characterized by such significant mood changes. For this type of aggression, intense concentration, stalking, crouching, and springing are typical behaviors.Again, these forms of aggressive behavior are perfectly normal in certain situations. However, if your cat's aggression is increasing, seems unusual, or is becoming problematic, it's a good idea to consult a veterinarian or qualified animal behaviorist. When dealt with appropriately, such problems can often be effectively remedied, restoring peace to both you and your pet.
Treating Skin Irritations in your Dog or Cat
If your pet dog or cat is experiencing skin problems or irritations, do not be alarmed. Most types of skin diseases can be treated and prevented. Healthy skin, in general, in either your dog or cat, is a sign of an overall physically-abled and -bodied pet. Skin problems can occur because of the differing seasonal and temperate conditions or from allergies to food. Skin problems can range in span from sudden (acute) to long-term (indefinite) depending on the age, conditioning, and other factors related to general physical, emotional, and psychological health of your pet. The important thing is to protect and strengthen your beloved right from the get-go.
Cat skin disorders are the most common pet ailments. A healthy animal has bright, odorless hair and skin, free of debris, grease and irritation. A cat's skin may be irritated if it has a rash, is dry and/or flaking, greasy, red, swollen or itchy. The causes of cat skin irritation and disease are numerous; these include environmental toxins that can irritate the skin, poor nutrition, mineral or vitamin deficiencies, and thyroid and kidney disorders. During the healing process of cat skin diseases, skin eruptions or irritation are normal and are indicative of the healing process. Cat owners should pay close attention to the pet’s environment such as his bed or sleeping space which should be examined frequently and cleaned or changed when necessary.
All the same, we recommend that you first check with your vet for a diagnosis and consider using our natural, herbal remedy for your pet's skin problems.
Proper Treatment for your Cat or Dog
All Clear Ointment
If you see that your dog or cat is scratching and is uncomfortable, try using our All Clear Ointment, which effectively treats skin medications of all sorts. This cream sets to heal dog skin affected by bacteria and fungal infections and other skin problems. The soothing ointment assists in clearing and calming the affected area and prevents infection. 1 bottle = 60ml/2.02oz.
Ouch Away for Cat Skin Disease
This herbal spray is excellent for treating infected irritating skin problems on your pet. Our natural remedy will also boost your cat's overall immune system.
Rescue Spray - Cat Antiseptic
Cat skin irritation can be caused by allergies, insect bites, scratches, scrapes or wounds. Cats may excessively scratch the skin causing further irritation. Eventually the hair in the affected area can be torn out and the skin starts to bleed. An inflamed patch of skin may also ooze a clear or yellowish liquid. These are called hot spots, and can occur anywhere on the body. To help treat the wounds, clip the hair in the surrounding area and cleanse the area with a mild soap and water treatment. Then apply Feline Rescue Spray to reduce pain, decrease healing time and prevent infection. Other recommended preventative measures include covering the affected area and clipping your pet’s nails to minimize the ill affects of scratching.
Rescue Spray - Dog Bug Bites
If your dog is active, he or she'll likely be getting into all kinds of scrapes. Literally. Canine Rescue Spray will ease your dog’s pain and help his wounds heal quickly. Ideal for any type of minor wound or skin irritation on dogs.
Royal Coat EFA Express - Dog and Cat
Royal Coat provides your dog or cat with an excellent, all-natural source of EFAs (essential fatty acids) in order to to maintain healthy skin and shiny coats. Royal Coat EFA Express provides your dog or cat with necessary supplemental amounts of Omega-6 (borage oil) and Omega-3 (fish oil) most times missing, or in insignificant amounts in commercial pet food.
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As the weather starts to turn, it is a good idea to think about the health of your pet's coats. Make sure that your pets are getting proper nutrients and look into a supplement if you are finding his fur to be problematic.
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