Although every dog is different, common signs of aging include exercise intolerance, sensory decline, and the development of age-related diseases such as joint disorders and heart disease. Learn the 4 signs that your dog is in mental decline so you know when it's time to visit your veterinarian. Also see how how virgin coconut oil can help prevent (and even reverse!) the process of mental decline in senior dogs.
Protein-Losing Enteropathy is a gastrointestinal disorder that can affect your pet. Learn why the medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs) in coconut oil are beneficial for animals with the disorder.
It's a well-known fact that caring for a sick relative can cause a great deal of emotional stress. In fact, scientists refer to this as caregiver burden. Learn a few of the strategies we strive to follow when caring for our sick pets.
Therapeutic-grade coconut oil provides a myriad of health benefits for both humans and animals. It's been shown to fight infection, promote digestive health, support brain function, boost the immune system, and much more!
Here at CocoTherapy, we're proud to produce the highest quality therapeutic-grade coconut oil on the market. But what exactly is therapeutic-grade coconut oil, and how is it different from other types of coconut oil found on store shelves?
Your pets are part of the family, and you'd do anything you can to help them live the longest, happiest, and healthiest life possible. Lern 7 quick tips to help your pet live longer.
Fat is an essential part of a healthy diet. Humans and animals rely on it as a major source of energy. Learn about hydrogenated fats, how they differ from other types of fats, and why they are considered to be the worst fats for our health.
Hyperlipidemia is a condition characterized by elevated levels of lipids in the blood. It's common in both pets and people, and can lead to dangerous and potentially life-threatening symptoms. Let's explore the function of lipids, how they are processed by your pet's body, and the causes, symptoms, and tips for dealing with hyperlipidemia in cats and dogs.
Brachycephalic dogs are also known as short-nosed or flat-faced breeds. Well-loved examples include bulldogs, boxers, shih tzus, and pugs. Let's look at the health issues that can impact brachycephalic dogs and share some practical tips to help you keep your short-nosed dog safe, happy, and healthy.