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    • Vaccinosis in cats and dogs.
      Are vaccines hurting our pets? We look at vaccinosis and the effects it has on our pets health, what you can do to help with homeopathy and a case on a puppy that had a bad reaction to his vaccinations that ended with a great outcome.
      Posted: Thursday 15 October 2020
    • The Importance of your Pet's Liver
      The liver plays an important part in keeping your pets healthy. Read about the vital role it plays and how you can support the function of the liver to keep your pets in top shape.
      Posted: Wednesday 2 September 2020
    • Worming your pets and animals naturally
      Parasites can be something that can impact your pets and animal health. They will all at some stage get worms, and many people don’t want to use toxic chemicals. So what can you do naturally to keep them worm free?...
      Posted: Thursday 4 June 2020
    • Fleas and your pets
      Fleas are the bane of pets and their owners lives. Each year as it warms up many of us battle with fleas and some struggle to get on top of them. Many owners don’t want to use toxic chemical based flea treatments on their pets. So are
      Posted: Wednesday 11 March 2020
    • Keep your pets safe and happy this Xmas
      This time of year gets very busy, lots of functions to attend, lots of shopping to be done and things to organise. To make it a bit easier we have put together some simple tips to help you keep your pets safe and happy this Xmas.
      Posted: Wednesday 11 December 2019
    • Spring is here!
      Spring has arrived and so too has allergy season. Spring is one of our busiest seasons here at Natural Pet. One of the main reasons is that it is the time that allergies can flare up. For many pets presenting with allergies it is mainly the skin that is affected, but for some respiratory tract problems can be .....
      Posted: Friday 6 September 2019
    • Anal Gland Issues
      If your dog is scooting their bottom along the ground, licking or cleaning down there regularly, then it is a sign that there is irritation. Many people think it is from a worm infestation, which if you have not ....
      Posted: Tuesday 6 August 2019
    • Caring for Elderly Pets
      As your pet gets older you will find that they need more care and can become more high maintenance. At Natural Pet we have Pipi – also known as Pip, Pipsqueak, Pipi long stockings, Pipalicious and a few other names my partner calls her that are to rude to put on here. She is 15 and a half (yes the half matters when you are this old). She has been with me long before Natural Pet and Tagiwig. In her younger years ....
      Posted: Wednesday 24 July 2019