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DIY Anti-Itch Spray for Dogs

If your dog suffers from itchy skin or skin allergies like my dog Hudson does, then this topical spray can definitely help! It has a few simple ingredients that soothe skin while disinfecting it and calming any inflammation down. What you'll need: 8oz spray bottle 1/2...

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Arnica for Dogs: All Natural Pain Reliever

Arnica is an all natural pain reliever that comes in oil, gel or pill form derived from the plant Arnica montana. Arnica has been used in holistic practice for centuries to help heal injuries, bruises, etc. I keep arnica oil in my home to use on my dogs if they have any muscle soreness or stiffness.

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CBD for Anxious Dogs: Treatibles Review

I've been meaning to learn more about using CBD for dogs (short for Cannabidiol), an all natural, non-psychoactive concentrate extracted from hemp. And no, this is not marijuana. I got the opportunity to dive into understanding CBD for dogs thanks to the company,...

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The Diet that Saved My Dog’s Life

UPDATE 2018: We no longer feed this diet to Mylah as her needs changed. She is on a fully raw diet again like she was years ago. This diet was great for the two years she was on it. The diet listed below is also not 100% complete and balanced and I updated it over...

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DIY Dog Safe Ant Control Solution

Warm weather with spring rain usually means you'll find pesky little ants in your house. We used to have them in our kitchen two years ago until I used this DIY solution that curbs ants and can even kill them on site if you spray it directly on them and are looking...

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18 Tips & Tricks for Dogs with Diabetes

My husband and I have been through a lot with Mylah since she was diagnosed with diabetes at 10 months old. Six years of caring for her and managing canine diabetes has had a lot of ups and downs. We've learned so much along the way. Here's our top 18 tips and tricks...

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Fresh Breath Treats

No pet parent likes bad doggie breath but sometimes, bad breath can be an indication that something is wrong in the digestive tract or even with the heart. For healthy dogs, these fresh breath treats are all-natural and simple to make. The coconut oil is great for...

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DIY Flea/Tick Spray

I’m really particular when it comes to what I feed my dogs and what I will put on their bodies. Many commercial flea and tick sprays or drops are packed with harmful chemicals that I don't want on my pups as they can cause adverse reactions and skin problems. This...

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DIY Toothpaste for Dogs + Giveaway

There are so many benefits to brushing your dog's teeth on a regular basis, including preventing plaque and tartar buildup, preventing gum, dental or other diseases and maintaining nice fresh breath. The liver, heart and stomach can be greatly affected if your dog's...

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DIY Oatmeal Shampoo for Itchy Skin

Izzy had been so itchy the first few weeks of February so I decided she needed a deep cleaning and soothing shampoo for her tresses. I really only like two shampoo products you can purchase in store, but ultimately decided to create my own homemade shampoo for her dry...

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Turkey Pumpkin Treats & Omega 3’s

We all want to start the new year on the right foot (or paw), and healthy eating is a typical new year's goal. So, it's only fair to consider a healthy eating goal for your canine kids too, which should include healthy supplements.   There are so many benefits to...

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I love all-natural, holistic health for dogs! I’m a Canine Wellness Practitioner with a focus on aromatherapy and natural nutrition. I blog about a holistic and healthy lifestyle for dogs and coach pet business owners in the Pet Pro Society.

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