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Animal Pain

Signs of an animal being in pain are varied and not always as obvious as a dog whining and holding a paw up or a hot sweaty horse kicking at their flanks. We asked Julie Anne Lee of Adored Beast Apothecary to explain what to be aware of in detecting pain and what to do about it. This blog first appeared on the Adored Beast Apothecary website and we reproduce it here with thanks.

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Daisy Part 2: We Begin our Holistic Journey

Daisy Part 2: We Begin our Holistic Journey

Following on from Part 1, things just plodded along with her still on steroids for the last year or so – but thankfully the vet visits were reduced. However, each time I tried to wean her off the steroids she seemed to have an issue with weakness in her joints so support and more steroids were needed. It was a vicious circle, but we were about to turn a corner with integrated veterinary care….

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Fostering Vinnie the Elderly Rescue Cat

Fostering Vinnie the Elderly Rescue Cat

Vinnie was a street cat rescued later in life. His fosterer explains how she restored him to health using a nourishing diet, herbs and botanicals. Read about the adaptations she made to help him build up his strength before being well enough to move to his forever home.

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