By Dr Karen Becker If you’re like most pet owners, your four-legged companion is a beloved member of your family. And just like the humans in your household, you want to give your pet every opportunity for a long and healthy life.
With 2012 about to kick off, many of us -- even if we don't make formal resolutions – keep a mental list of things we'd like to do differently in the New Year. By Dr. Becker
In this video Dr. Karen Becker talks about the good, the bad and the ugly of feeding fish as a protein source for dogs and cats.
Newest Addition to range ‘Power Flowers’ Treats I first tried Lily’s Kitchen last year for my dog Coco. I had heard wonderful things about the range and absolutely loved their website and the packaging of their products. Not only so bright and colourful but made with recycled cardboard and safe dyes. Lily’s Kitchen makes food for pets
Coco my little Pomeranian, is almost three and I took her to Hair of the Dog yesterday for her first Dog Grooming Visit. I had been hoping something would open locally to me and was very happy to hear that it’s happened! Hair of the Dog is situated in Highgate Village, North London. They have a beautiful
Tens of thousands of people sign online campaigns supporting shark conservation during Discovery Channel’s “Shark Week” WASHINGTON, D.C. – Tens of thousands of environmental activists are calling for an increased focus on shark conservation. Discovery Channel’s “Shark Week” – an annual, week-long series featuring shark-centric television programming – kicked off this Sunday, July 31st. The same week
Here is another way of looking at our eating habits and how they may affect the planet. It is now known, by many, that positive thoughts can bring on positive manifestations. Negative thoughts can do the opposite. We allow daily mass murders (slaughter houses) and concentration camps (cow, pig and chicken farms) to exist
The Deepwater Horizon oil spill of 2010 devastated the Gulf of Mexico ecologically and economically. However, a new study published in Conservation Letters reveals that the true impact of the disaster on wildlife may be gravely underestimated. The study argues that fatality figures based on the number of recovered animal carcasses will not give a
I went to see a pre-release screening of this thought provoking film today and I haven’t been able to stop thinking about it. Blooded, (make sure you watch the trailer! ) from impressive first time director Ed Boase, is based on a group of five friends who decide to go on a ”fun filled weekend” out
Conservationists at the Zimbabwe based Lion Rehabilitation & Release Into The Wild project have announced the birth of the first free-born cub. Should he or she survive, they will be the first cub to be released into the wild. News of the surprise arrival will undoubtedly be an exciting revelation for adventurers looking to
Please Please take the time to read this. This is not a forward. This is something that is happening to us in Australia and we need all to oppose this via the attached given email below. Please find below the links for the entire legislation that the government is planning pertaining to our native local flora.
Yesterday the European Parliament set the scene for a screening of the eye-opening documentary Pig Business to a packed audience of MEPs, EU Council and Commission officials and environmental, health and animal welfare NGOs, and the international press. Three MEPs, José Bové, Dan Jørgensen and Janusz Wojciechowski sponsored the event as a run up to the