What’s For Dinner? It’s the January and February Double Issue! Check out the newest issue of PetTalk, all about nutrition! Check our newest Product Guide, learn about how to read pet food labels, see photos from Houston’s coolest events, get some helpful training tips and so much more. Happy New Years! Hope everyone has a […]
Do you know that everything boils down to a type of pain you or your pet experience? Pain from injury, illness, dealing with chronic or destructive behavioral problems, and even from a missing or in spirit pet. Ultimately, all can be categorized into physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual pain. Did you know that you have the […]
Cats can thrive in their life on a natural diet!! Cats are obligate carnivores, meaning they must obtain their protein from MEAT sources and do not need grains in their diet to survive. Cats originate from the desert, and are not natural thirsters. Therefore, they rely on the moisture from the prey they would catch while hunting. Cats need around 70-80% moisture in their […]
Each season is connected to and resonates with an element of the earth known as the Five Elements. We know that everything in the universe is connected through energy, so it makes sense that during a given season a certain emotion, organ, physical body part and even color are connected to each element. Recognizing these attributes and the time of year they […]
Hi everyone, I’m very excited about doing this new blog. I look forward to sharing ways you can help your pets live a happier, healthier and longer life. It doesn’t matter if you are a pet owner or animal professional, everyone can do everything I’ll be talking about. After all, many people use natural health care to […]
There is a health epidemic in our dogs due to the poor quality of commercial dog food as well as environmental stresses.