The weather is getting warmer, and many of us are spending lots of quality time outside with our pets. But with the higher temperatures and increased humidity, the likelihood of your pet being exposed to fleas and ticks increases.
Spring is a beautiful season, but it's also the time of year when allergies are at their peak causing misery for millions of people – and their pets.
We've had many calls from customers telling us that our coconut oil tastes and smells differently from many of the other brands they've tried: "purer", "fresher", “more like coconut” are all words they've used to describe our oil.
Yes, coconut oil is a saturated fat, but not all saturated fat is bad for you. There are different kinds of saturated fats: long-chain fats, and medium-chain fats. Not all saturated fats are the same.
We frequently receive emails from concerned dog parents about hair their dog’s hair loss, sometimes in clumps, resulting in bald spots. While there are many reasons for hair loss or balding, we have seen organic virgin coconut help manage or alleviate this problem.
There have been numerous studies on this done on lab animals as well as humans. Coconut oil is unique as a medium-chain fatty acid (MCFA) in that it is synthesized in the body differently from other fats.
At CocoTherapy, we do! Not only do we manufacture our own coconut oil and chips, we also grow and harvest our own coconuts in our own USDA-certified organic coconut plantation.
We spend a lot of time fielding questions about what makes CocoTherapy different. Why shouldn’t you just buy the coconut chips at your local grocery store and feed those to your pets? It’s all about the source and the process.
CocoTherapy is about family. We believe in promoting the health and longevity of our pets because pets are family, too! We know that so many people around the world feel the same,