Discussions

10 Results
Pawsforpeace
pawsforpeace

Posted on December 10, 2009

Epilepsy is the name given to seizural disorders in dogs and cats for which there is no identifiable cause. Primary epilepsy is the result of functional cerebral disturbances without obvious cause other than a possible hereditary predisposition. For… more ›
Pawsforpeace
pawsforpeace

Posted on December 8, 2009

Below is a brief list of things to consider if you want to care for your dog holistically. Holistic Pet Care, in its essence, is the overall care for a pet. The focus of health is to consider all areas of your pet’s life that is contributing to the… more ›
Pawsforpeace
pawsforpeace

Posted on December 4, 2009

Hi everyone! I wanted to let you know about an iPhone app. I have co-developed with holistic vet, Dr. Shawn Messonnier. It is called "Dr. Shawn's Natural Pet Therapies". For Immediate Release - www.pawsforpeace.com/iphone PLANO, TX - November 30… more ›
Pawsforpeace
pawsforpeace

Posted on January 4, 2009 | 1

Please visit the following link for the January, 09 newsletter! Articles include; 5 Goals for Developing a Holistic Health Plan, Treating Animals with Bach Flower Essences, Foofie Dog Syndrome, So What Should I Feed my Dog?
Pawsforpeace
pawsforpeace

Posted on December 31, 2008

A new form of silymarin, in which the compound is bound to phosphatidylcholine, has been shown to have greater bioavailability than unbound silymarin. The standard dosage of milk thistle is 200 mg 2 to 3 times a day. In people, the best results are … more ›
Pawsforpeace
pawsforpeace

Posted on December 31, 2008

Studies show that dogs with liver disease fed diets containing meat-based proteins have shorter survival times and more severe clinical signs than dogs with liver disease fed milk-based or soy-based protein diets. Cats require higher protein diets th… more ›
Pawsforpeace
pawsforpeace

Posted on December 31, 2008

Complementary Therapies As is true with many medical disorders, dietary therapy is important in the treatment of the pet with liver disease. High quality and highly digestible carbohydrates are recommended to supply energy for the pet. Inferior type… more ›
Bryan F.
bryaninaustin

Posted on December 29, 2008 | 1

I was curious if anyone has experience in treating liver disease in dogs holistically. An 8 yo female pug that I recently adopted was later diagnosed with advanced liver disease. I have made changes to her diet (low protien, natural foods) and I ha… more ›
Deb J.
DebJones

Posted on November 23, 2008 | 1

I'm in the process of switching off Newman's Own Organics. I just can't buy it locally any more. I'm either going to feed Wellness Chicken, Blue Buffalo Chicken or Merrick's Grammy's Pot Pie. I've researched them all and they're all great foods. I ju… more ›
Becky R.
radtrl20

Posted on October 14, 2008 | 3

I've found that flower essences have helped by zoo greatly! Between all the foster animals that have come and gone and just general daily stress, these little beauties keep my house sane. Anybody else have luck with flowers?

You might also enjoy:

Can't find a group you like? Create one and invite members!

Meet the Breeds
Find the Irish Wolfhound!

Advertisement

Advertisement