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Benadryl for Dogs – Why I DON’T Recommend Using it

Benadryl for Dogs - Not Recommended

Benadryl for Dogs – why I DON’T recommend using it – adverse long-term impacts on health… Benadryl Allergy Ultra Tab, or Benadryl LiquiGels are synthetic-chemical drugs. Many veterinarians recommend one of the two products for dogs suffering from symptoms of allergies, swelling from insect stings, or spider bites, etc. If you are on social media, you will see dog owners …

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Harmful Ingredients in Sun Screen for Dogs

Harmful Ingredients in Sun Screen for Dogs

Most made-for pet sunscreens (lotions, oils and sprays) sold at pet stores, veterinarian offices and on-line contain harmful ingredients for dogs – these include toxins and carcinogens. When sun screen is applied to a dog’s skin and fur these harmful ingredients end-up entering a dog’s body in several ways… Absorbed into the blood stream through the skin Introduced to the …

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Corn, Corn Derivatives Bad for Dogs, Cats

In this article: Serious Health Issues Caused by Corn and Corn Derivatives Examples of Pet food That Contain Corn and Corn Derivatives A List of Corn, Corn Derivatives and Other Ingredients That May Contain Corn Pet food products (dry food, wet food, treats, dental care products, toothpaste, etc.) that include corn and corn derivatives definitely compromise health and shorten your …

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Dangers of Dog and Cat Flea, Tick, Heartworm, Parasite Preventatives

In this article: Active Ingredients in Veterinarian Prescribed or Pet-Store Insect, Parasite Preventatives and Treatments; Why Would a Veterinarian Prescribe Something That was Not Good For Your Dog, Cat; What the EPA is Saying About Theses Products; Your Dog’s, Cat’s Best Defence; Why The Life Span of Our Dogs and Cats Has Declined Rather Than Increased Since the 1950’s; Overuse, …

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Prevent Damage from Flea Tick Heartworm Medications

In this article; Food stuffs to add to your dog’s and cat’s daily diet to offset the damage done by conventional flea, tick, heartworm, other worm and parasite preventatives and treatments. If your dog or cat is on conventional Parasite Preventatives and Treatments for: Heartworm; Fleas; Ticks; Worms, and; Other Parasites.   You should help your companion animal’s body offset …

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