How to Help Your Pet Recover from a Seizure

Witnessing your pet experience a seizure can be downright terrifying. For some animals, this could be a one-time experience, however, in most cases, seizure recur and could even happen on a regular basis. It’s important to remember that seizures can happen unexpectedly with any breed and at any age. With this said, it’s important to be prepared and learn the best ways to react in order to help your pet properly recover. In those very scary moments, you may feel like a helpless observer, but please remember that you are far from it!

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How Can I Help My Dog Be Less Anxious?

Anxiety Is Not Just A Human Condition! - Humans are not the only species that get stressed out from dogs, cats, and birds many animals are very prone to our stress levels and can even pick up on the stress that we exhibit form our lives.  You may not even realize that your furry friend may be just as stressed out as you or even more, but unlike us humans who may find all we need is a night out with friends to relieve stress dogs may need specific care to help them cope with their own specific breed of stress.

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CBD for Dogs: A Guide for Dog Parents

If you’re looking to use CBD as a way to help your best friend, then you’ll LOVE this guide.

As the use of cannabis to treat a number of medical conditions became increasingly popular among us humans, holistic veterinarians began wondering if this wonderfully healing herb could also help our pets.

As it turns out, dogs seem to respond very well to one specific chemical in cannabis — cannabidiol. CBD for dogs has recently become a new trend, and it seems our furry friends love it.

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CBD Chews for Dogs with Nausea

Having nausea and vomiting can be devastating to your pet. Unfortunately, our pets cannot tell us when they are sick. As human beings, we can communicate with our physician when we are feeling nauseous. However, our dogs cannot tell us when they are sick at their stomach. Since our precious pets cannot tell us when they are sick, we as pet owners need to know all the signs so you will know what to look for when your dog is feeling nauseous.

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