Allergy season is here!
Or maybe it’s here year-round for your pet.
Are your dogs and cats itching and scratching?
You’ve tried changing their foods, but it doesn’t seem to be working. Then you go online, and everyone tells you it’s the grain in the food or it could be the chicken, beef, or maybe eggs in the food.
Are you overwhelmed with all of the different opinions, trying so many things from different diets to supplements, and your pet is still scratching themselves raw and everyone is miserable?
In this short video, you will learn what the differences are between food and environmental allergies, and what you can start to do today to help your beloved pet feel better. By improving your dog and cat’s health with holistic nutrition and integrating natural pet remedies into their life, like herbal medicine and even acupuncture, you can optimize their immune health to keep allergy symptoms to a minimum every year.
To learn more about specific natural remedies for your dog and cat with allergies, head to our blog post Give Your Pets’ Seasonal Allergies the Boot!
In this video, you will learn about:
The differences between food and environmental allergies in dogs and cats
The symptoms for allergies
How to resolve the underlying immune issue with natural remedies
Using holistic nutrition as medicine and prevention
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