Dog health problems can be scary. When there's something wrong with your 4-legged, you want answers FAST! And you need the answer in language simple enough that a dog can understand it.
Have you ever read a Wikipedia page about dog health problems? Did your eyes glaze over? Did you say to yourself "what in the heck does Blastomycosis mean?" "Ummm, Can I have that in laymen's terms please?"
That's exactly what you'll get here. Everything you need to know about dog diseases, illnesses and other problems in plain, easy to understand language.
Every page here has a similar format, so it's easy to find the information you need.
Conventional veterinarians are really good at helping to diagnose a problem, and in certain situations they can mean the difference between life and death. Just like conventional people doctors, they're trained in 3 basic things (for the most part):
Unfortunately most vet schools require on average only one single class about prevention of disease and/or nutrition to give a dog's body what he or she needs for a long and healthy life. And very few conventional vet's look for the true underlying cause of a disease or illness.
Most never consider that a natural treatment could do a better job or just as good a job, without the collateral damage, or how to tag-team a dog health problem with both.
Mangy's Favorite Quote:
Many will walk in and out of your life, but only a true friend will leave paw prints on your heart.
You'll learn about conventional treatments to dog diseases here, and your eyes may be opened where natural treatments can and should be considered.
I've done all the research, cross-referencing and defining for you – what you get is the various dog health problems and diseases explained and defined in very easy to understand language and terms.
I'll also show you comparisons of treating dog health problems by conventional veterinary medicine vs. natural alternatives, when appropriate – as well as attacking them with both.