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Fish Oil: The Dangers of Too Much

Fish oil is probably the most common supplement added to the pet diet. This is not without good reason. Growing numbers of studies confirm that the anti-inflammatory effect of omega-3 fats in fish oil has a beneficial effect in treating a host of abnormalities in pets. Research confirming these same effects abound in the human literature. Now treatment for cancer, joint, heart, kidney, skin and intestinal problems, as well as geriatric dementia, often include generous amounts of fish oil and its abundant DHA and EPA omega-3 fatty acids. The positive effect on skin and coat quality has moved large numbers of pet owners to add fish oil to the diets of their young and normal pets. Overall, the...

5 Allergy Cures Your Dog's Been Itching For

Veterinarians estimate that as many as 15% of dogs suffer from environmental allergies, most of which begin before your pooch's third birthday and continue--and usually worsen--throughout his life. RELATED: 3 Pet Symptoms You Should Never Ignore While you and your four-legged friend may share triggers, his symptoms aren't…

10 Natural Supplements For Cats

Gardens grow goodies that aren't only nice to eat, but are kind to the body, as well. Cats can be benefited by a variety of natural supplements that you can grow yourself. These herbs and other natural solutions can help your feline deal with all kinds of health issues from bad skin to feline leukemia. Read on to see which of…

12 Natural Supplements for Dogs

It's a new year for both you and your canine companion. While your dog may have his own set of resolutions, why don't you help him achieve one of the most important ones he could make? What's that? To live a happy and healthy long life, of course. Some experts and veterinarians believe that introducing nutritional supplements…

Dogswell Feeding our dogs treats is something we all enjoy. They love getting a special snack, and we love making them happy. But what if those treats could benefit their health too? Dogswell offers treats to treat all kinds of common issues pets face. Their line of treats for dogs includes Happy Hips, Breathies, Vitality, Shape Up, Mellow Mutt, Happy Heart and Tummies, while their line of kitty treats (under the name Catswell), has Happy Hips, Vitakitty, Shape Up and Breathies. These treats have even won awards that are also given to human food. This week, two lucky Paw Nation readers will receive five 4-ounce bags of Dogswell treats to give their pampered pooches. One winner will...