I have used chemical flea and tick treatments in the past, albeit rather haphazardly. I knew the pros and cons. But, as with many things in life, something of such significance occurred that it made me change my approach.
None of us like the thought of creepy crawlies on our pets, but it is the warm part of the year where they are around in higher numbers. SO, STAY ALERT for ticks…..
When Sue Maclennan received the devastating news that her dog Monty had a form of bone cancer which had few conventional treatment options, it set her on a course to find an alternative. Two years on, she shares the story of his remarkable recovery and how homeopathy helped give Monty a new lease of life.
Our supporters often provide information about what they find works for tick prevention. This blog has pulled together all that information into one place. Please do your own research before using any of the suggestions.
How to help your pets feel safe throughout the firework season By Julie Moss BSc. Hons, AdvCertVPhys, Dip.APhys. This article largely relates to dogs, but a lot of information is applicable to any animal that is distressed by fireworks. Introduction A fear response to...