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Is Your Pup Incontinent Or A Little Leaky …. We Have Some Points For That

What Is Urinary Incontinence? Urinary incontinence occurs when a house trained dog loses control of his bladder. This can range in severity from occasional small urine leaks to inadvertent voiding of a large amount of urine. Incontinence is loss of voluntary control over the act of voiding. This medical condition must to be differentiated from a […]

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Does Your Pup Have Anxiety? We Have Points For That

Anxiety in pets and humans is fairly common placed.  It is completely normal to be anxious on occasion. New environments or changes can cause anxiety in humans and pets.  As well as past memories or bad experiences.  A lot of times if the pet parent is fearful or anxious the pet will pick up on […]

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It’s Spring Time.. Here Are Some Tips That Will Help Your Pet Enjoy The Great Outdoors Without All The Sneezing and Itching.

Spring time one of the best times of the year for your pup unless they have seasonal allergies..  Aside from the plants and pollen there is also fertilizer to contend with. Lets look at fertilizer first Dogs are exposed to fertilizer  through ingestion, inhalation, and through the skin. Their have been studies that have linked […]

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A Little Doggie Dementia ? There Are Points For That… And Other Great Ways To Keep Your Senior Pet Happy And Healthy

As with humans they are finding nutrition and mental stimulation  play a huge role in preventing Canine Cognitive dysfunction. ( senility) Acupressure or Acupuncture can do a lot to support brain function and cognitive response. There are several points and combinations of points that your practitioner can chose from. So if you have senior pet […]

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Reiki and Acupressure Are Amazing Modalities… But If Your Pet Is Having A Medical Emergency,Call Your Vet First

Acupressure, Reiki and T-Touch are a few amazing modalities that work really well to keep our pets in balance, but when it comes to medical emergencies please call your vet first. If you as a human were having a heart attack, you would most likely go directly to the ER and not one of your […]

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