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Check out the latest alternative pet care treatments, like massage techniques, herbal remedies, and other not-so-traditional therapies.

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Gallant CEO Dr. Linda Black on how you can affordably give your dog a long and happy life, thanks to science.

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It can’t be cured, but it can be managed. Partnering with your vet will be the key.

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A (literal) spoonful of medicine.

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Here’s how certain foods can balance your pet’s energy and even ease their allergies, according to Chinese medicine.

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The founder of Crystal Lotus Veterinary Care recommends therapeutic platters, healing pet foods, electromagnetic flea/tick preventatives, and more personalized pet care options.

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A key number to remember here: 21.

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’Shrooms are great immune-boosters — and may even help prevent The Big C.

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Dogs and cats can’t read self-help books, so a veterinary behaviorist explains how your pet may benefit from being in treatment.

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A psychologist explains how stimulating scents can influence a dog’s behavior.

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Help your dog stay fit and flexible with these stretch techniques by a certified pet strength and conditioning specialist.

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Dog or cat interrupting your meditation routine? Let them — they might be helping.

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The mind-gut connection isn’t just for people — your dog or cat’s gut microbiome plays a big role in their health and well-being.

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Veterinarian Dr. Kathy Davieds’s tips for treating achy joints, from medications to massages.

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Watching your pet suffer a seizure can make you feel helpless. We asked three veterinarians to weigh in on natural remedies that show promise.

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We asked four experts for the lay of the microflora landscape.