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Pyoderma in Dogs: A Holistic Treatment Guide

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / December 21, 2018

At one point or another, your dog will likely experience skin irritation. Just like people, dogs can experience bouts of different skin issues for a number of reasons. However, not all dry, red, itchiness should be treated equally. In some cases, a bacterial infection may be to blame and will require extra attention to ensure […]

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Can Dogs Get Lice?

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / December 21, 2018

Lice. The word itself sends a shiver down the spines of parents and elementary school teachers alike. But, in our adult lives, unless we have children, we don’t seem to come into contact with these creepy bugs that often. But, can dogs get lice? Read on to find out… What Are Lice? Lice, the plural […]

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Kidney Disease in Cats: Prevention is Key

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / December 10, 2018

Your four-legged feline means the world to you. Trust us, we get it. Here at SimpleWag, we are all cat owners and animal lovers. Therefore, we understand how heart-wrenching it can be for your cat to experience any health issue, particularly one that affects a vital organ like the kidneys. Due to its prevalence amongst […]

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Raw Cat Food: What You Need To Know

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / December 10, 2018

Food. We build our days and our lives around it. Food has a magical (and tasty!) ability to sustain and nourish life. However, these days with the demand for food so high, quality is starting to go out the window. Consumers everywhere are turning to natural, organic, non-GMO diets to avoid unsavory chemicals and preservatives. […]

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Cosequin for Cats: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / December 10, 2018

Aging is a natural part of every body’s lifetime. Additionally, this unavoidable reality is true for our feline friends as well. On average, healthy indoor domestic cats live for fifteen years, with some cats living well into their twenties! Crazy enough, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, the oldest documented cat lived to […]

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Canna-Pet Review: An Honest Assessment

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / December 10, 2018

Years of research are revealing more and more ghastly side-effects of prescription medication use in animals. Therefore, a holistic approach to pet wellness is rapidly becoming commonplace amongst pet owners everywhere. However, with such a sudden surge in popularity, comes an overwhelming amount of brands, products, and choices to make. Currently, the most trendy homeopathic pet […]

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Fortiflora: Why You Should Avoid At All Costs

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / December 4, 2018

We have all seen the yogurt commercials with Jamie Lee Curtis sitting on a green couch talking about the benefits of probiotics. Maybe you have even laughed at the SNL spoof of just that. But what do you really know about probiotics? More than just an incentive to buy yogurt, probiotics are a vital key […]

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Simparica: Why a Holistic Route is Preferable

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / December 4, 2018

We’ve all seen it. The ritual “scratch dance” that accompanies a visit from an uninvited summer guest residing on your dog. That’s right: fleas. You may think fleas and ticks are an annual part of being a pet owner. However, there are a number of ways you can treat and prevent flea infestations on your […]

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Fish Oil for Cats: A Word of Caution

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / December 4, 2018

One of the most commonly added dietary supplements is none other than fish oil. A quick Google search is typically all that’s needed to make many pet owners run out for a bottle of the dietary supplement not only for themselves but for their beloved four-legged friends as well. From promoting skin health to preventing […]

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Probiotics for Cats: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / December 4, 2018

Your feline means the world to you and you would do just about anything to ensure their happiness and wellbeing. As a doting cat owner, you make sure your four-legged companion has plenty of interactive toys and is fed a well-balanced diet. You maintain regular checkups and are on high alert if something seems fishy. […]

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