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Cognitive Disease for Dogs

Functional Foods: Defining Key Ingredients in Cognitive Support

Just as nutrients in food can help support the physical body, they can also support healthy brain function. Dogs and cats experience degradation in brain function as they age, just like humans, which can lead to dementia and other brain ailments…


Functional Foods: Defining Key Ingredients in Immune Support

The innate immune system is an animal’s first line of defense against foreign intruders like parasites, bacteria, viruses, and cancer causing agents. These primary defense cells require an optimum level of protein along with certain vitamins,…


Functional Foods: Defining Key Ingredients in Health Defense

Combining decades of experience with the latest veterinary research and technology, Dr. Bill’s Advanced Nutritional Support products are designed to meet the biological requirements for optimum nutrition for dogs and cats. Using biologically…


Summer Safety Tips for Your Pet

Summer is upon us which means it’s time to remember how dangerous the heat and humidity can be for our furry friends. Leaving pets in cars, walking dogs on hot pavement, or leaving outdoor pets without access to water can lead to extremely serious…


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Feline Heart Conditions

Table of Contents General Different Heart Conditions Causes Congenital Defects Symptoms Diagnosis Special Tests Treatment Prevention and Management Feline Heart Problems GENERAL Cardiomyopathy is…


The Benefits of Nutritional Supplementation

A Nutritional Gap exists between the “typical” pet diet and optimum nutrition.[/caption] Nutritional Supplementation Can Minimize Pet Health Expenses The cost of pet care is measured in billions today.…


Do Dogs & Cats Need Nutritional Supplements?

Did you know that most pet foods, even the so-called premium brands, are formulated to only meet minimum nutritional guidelines. Pet food manufacturers compete in a price based market, few go above the minimum…


Urinary Tract Problems in Pets

Urinary Tract Disease There are many problems that can affect a dog’s lower urinary system. The most common lower urinary tract disease in dogs over seven years of age is incontinence related to a weak urinary…


Allergies in Pets

Pet allergies are one of the biggest reasons dog and cat owners visit their veterinarian. Allergies occur when the immune system overreacts to substances that are either ingested, inhaled or come in direct contact…


Defending Your Pet's Health

A Nutritional Paradigm for the 21st Century By Dr. Bill Barnett, D.V.M. The focus on human and animal nutrition during the past five decades has been to determine the level of micronutrients necessary to prevent…