The fecal exam is performed when the dog or the cat has gastrointestinal disorders such as diarrhea, vomit, sudden weight loss, parasites or occult blood.
A often underestimated test; urinalysis in cats, a useful test to diagnose: cystitides, calculi, polycystic kidney disease (PKD), acute or chronic renal failure.
Natural vaccine donkey colostrum. By now we all know the healing properties of goat or bovine colostrum and the importance of its integration for our well-being
Slippery Elm for cats and dogs Slippery Elm dog Cat. The bark of the Canadian red elm (ULMUS RUBRA O FULVA) has historically been considered a very powerful substance capable of relieving various ailments. After this introduction, few lines on the beneficial properties of red elm, even if I do not write a lot about…
Argan oil extracted from the seeds of Argania Spinosa plant, southern Morocco’s native, has exceptional properties, can be used for seasoning in gastronomy, as a cosmetic for skin and hair and also for our Pets!
Cortisonic drugs are anti-inflammatory, used in human and veterinary medicine to relieve the symptoms of several acute and chronic diseases. In cats and dogs cortisone is prescribed to manage inflammatory and autoimmune diseases: IBD, allergies, tumors, dermatitis, asthma, arthritis, etc. Natural alternatives to cortisone for cats and dogs Cortisone is a drug with an structure…
Green tea is considered a healthy drink since decades, it is useful for its antioxidant properties thanks to polyphenol epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) even for our cats and dogs
Quercetin is a natural flavonoid that is found in many plants, fruits and in other foods; it contains bioflavonoids, antioxidants able to counter free radicals. Quercetin is mainly found in in Grapefruit seed extract (GSE), in Ginkgo Biloba and in Green Tea. Quercetin for cats and dogs We can purchase quercetin in capsules, drops or…
Oregano oil’s properties are really interesting: it is considered a real natural medicine, not only because it allows to treat many diseases, but also because it represents a true well-being elixir.
Omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids in cats and dogs. Fatty acids are defined “essential” because they can not be synthesized, therefore they must be assimilated through nutrition.They are fundamental for cell structure, necessary for the production of certain hormones, aid the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins, protect internal organs and fight inflammation.