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  • Dog Licking Paws?
    November 6, 2018

    Dog Licking Paws?

    Does your Dog Keep Licking His Paws? If your dog is constantly licking his paws then you need to address the problem. Constant licking and chewing of paws means that the paws may be itchy and/or sore. If your dog continues to lick their paws it will exacerbate the condition and the problem will only continue. Why is my Dog Licking his Paws? To address the problem it is important to find out the cause of paw licking. There are a number of possible reasons for paw licking which need ...
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  • July 24, 2018

    Add A Little Sparkle. Best Supplements for Optimum Health

    Add A Little Sparkle Sometimes all of our dogs, could do with a little extra oomph and sparkle. With so many products available promising to add lustre and vitality to our dogs condition and coat, it can be difficult to know where to start. At Canine Natural Cures we specialise in sourcing the best natural products for your dog which are hard to find on the High Street. Here is our round up of the best natural products for coat and condition:   K9 Sure – Our most popular ...
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  • July 3, 2018

    Fresh Ways To Keep Teeth Clean

    FRESH WAYS TO KEEP TEETH CLEAN We all know that good oral hygiene is essential not only in the show ring but to maintain a happy, healthy dog.  The commercial pet food and pet health sector has expanded rapidly in recent years and there are now a baffling number of different oral care products on the market for our dogs. So what is the best way to keep your dog’s teeth clean? Well before we look at the products on the market let's consider diet. Your dog’s diet ...
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  • March 27, 2018

    Alabama Rot

    What is Alabama Rot? It is a condition that causes damage to a dog's blood vessels and kidneys. It can be hard to identify, diagnose and to treat. The disease was first identified in greyhounds in Alabama in the 1980s, hence the name, and is much more common in the US than in the UK. Since 2012, there have been at least 191 confirmed and 35 suspected cases of the disease across the UK. The first sign of Alabama Rot is skin sores which have not been caused by a physical ...
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  • Colloidal Silver for Dogs
    June 8, 2017

    Colloidal Silver for Dogs

    Colloidal Silver for Dogs has many varied uses. Writing in the British medical journal, 'The Lancet' in 1914, Dr. Henry Crooks found that ''silver in the colloidal state is highly germicidal, quite harmless to humans and absolutely non-toxic. Rather than in a chemical compound, the silver in the colloidal state may be applied in a much more concentrated form, with correspondingly better results.''
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  • Make Your Own Wound Protector
    June 8, 2017

    Make Your Own Wound Protector

    Elizabethan or cone collars; don't you just hate seeing them on your pet? Dog or cat, they find them at best confining and irritating, at worst downright scary! Browsing the internet recently  I found this site where they had a couple of helpful suggestions.  This one is for a body wrap (shown on a cat but you can make it bigger) or this one using foam pipe insulation.   ...
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  • The Vaccine Debate
    June 6, 2017

    The Vaccine Debate

    How often should you vaccinate your dog? Conventional vaccine or homeopathic nosode? These links should help you decide. Campaign to end over vaccination Vet Jean Dodds website with many links to articles on vaccination Are Annual Vaccinations Necessary?  Are Vaccinations Potentially Harmful? Read the opinions of several vets on the Shirley's Wellness Cafe web site.   ...
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