Going green is far from a new mission, but the ways we've found to bring this mission to life are growing every day. We make big choices about the foods we eat and the medicines we take, moving closer and closer every day to living a green life--but when it comes to pets, a lot of otherwise-green folks have trouble knowing how to make the same healthy decisions for their furry friends as they do for themselves. Can your pet live a green life too? If you do a bit of research and find a trustworthy holistic veterinarian, then the answer is yes.
If you have pets of the canine and feline variety, you might notice a fascination that your dogs have with cat food. Whether the dog likes to eat cat's food to show them who's boss or just because it's a new flavor, you may be wondering if it's safe for your dog to be chowing down on Mr. Whisker's morning meal. Here's the scoop.
Happy National Pet Dental Health Month! February is a great time to schedule a dental check-up with your holistic veterinarian. Doing so can alert you to any problems that may exist, and get you and your pet started on a good oral care program.
With the new year just beginning, we're turning out minds toward pet dental hygiene. Why, you might ask? Because February is National Pet Dental Health Month, and we're set to celebrate by helping with your furry friends' pearly whites.
If you're considering a new addition to your family—one that loves to romp in the yard for hours and then curl up in the living room with the rest of the kids—then look no further than the American Bulldog.
Have you heard the good news? Having a pet can help improve your family's health! At Intermountain Pet Hospital and Lodge, we believe in the concept of Zooeyia. Zooeyia is the basic medical term used by holistic veterinarians when describing the benefits that both people and their pets derive from shared companionship.
Did you know that your veterinarian can help your dog gain relief from pain using the ancient technique of acupuncture? Men and women have been enjoying the benefits of acupuncture treatments for centuries, and now, at pet wellness clinics like Intermountain Pet Hospital, your dog can benefit as well.
If there's anything more fun than camping, we're not sure what it is. Actually, we do! It's going camping with your dog! Dogs are great companions for outdoor adventures, and with a little forethought and planning, they can stay safe, too!
Recently people have realized the benefits of a more natural approach to medicine and healing. It's not unheard of for even mainstream health care supporters to try acupuncture or herbal supplements for maximum health. It makes a lot of sense to apply these new discoveries about holistic medicine to our pet friends too. Have you ever considered approaching your animal's health with a holistic mindset? Does this sound appealing, but you're not exactly sure where to get started? A holistic vet can guide you to the right resources and information.
What do herbs and homeopathy have to do with your pet? Holistic Veterinarians would love to tell you that and much more. They desire to bring healing to your pet in a natural way, which is exactly what holistic care provides. Perhaps you have discovered the importance of natural healing for your benefit, but now you can understand how this method reaches your pet as well.