Do you feel slow and heavy after a few days of eating junk food? Do you find your mood lifts and your head feels clearer once the bad food is out of your system and you have enjoyed meals that are packed full of fresh, nutritious food? These are common effects of diet changes and improved mood and behavior is just one of the positive effects of better, healthier food choices.

Whether you love ‘em or hate ‘em, there is no getting away from the fact that New Year is a perfect opportunity to make some changes in your life and even set out some goals for your future. 

With diabetes reaching epidemic levels in recent years, the time is ripe for a renewal of natural and wholesome dietary and lifestyle choices for your pets. Cats and dogs that are experiencing diabetes can benefit from a shift in what they are eating. Obesity in pets can be a challenge when fed foods that do not meet the high standards required to nourish your pet. With just a few changes in routine and food choices, you can have a great relationship with your little friend for years to come. Alternative food for diabetic pets can taste great, provide nutrients, and provide the foundation for a healthy pet inside and out.

Some dog breeds are particularly well known for bouncy, energetic behaviour and the inability to pay close attention to anything for more than a few moments. In many cases, this is just as a simple characteristic and an endearing, if sometimes exhausting, part of canine ownership.

Coughing is a reflex action that all humans, and most animals have. Your dog is no exception. As we breathe, we can inhale a variety of irritants such as dust, bacteria and other foreign particles. We also have our own bodily fluids and mucus which can irritate our throat, lungs and airway.