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PetAlive.com - March 2008 Newsletter - 1-877-289-1235

Spring Fever Unleashed… Managing Your Pet’s Seasonal Woes

Spring Fever Unleashed… Managing Your Pet’s Seasonal Woes

In This Issue:


How to Manage Seasonal Woes

With warmer weather just around the corner, now is the best time to take preventative measures against common complaints experienced among pets and owners alike…

From aggravated allergies to prickly paws, more time spent outdoors can contribute to seasonal symptoms that can affect your pet’s overall health. Many pets experience disturbances in behavior, skin, and digestive health with increased exposure to grass, insects, and other factors. It is very important to monitor and address these issues, as they can develop into a number of other health-related consequences if left untreated. 

Find out more about how to avoid spring’s stings, fleas & unforeseen things.

Perhaps you’ve endured your own share of wheezing and sneezing on behalf of keeping Fluffy and Fido in your home. According to numerous studies, approximately 15% of the population is allergic to pets. However, there is no reason to suffer in silence from common animal allergens.

Find out how to safely and effectively reduce pet allergens in your home.

In addition to caring for seasonal disturbances in you and your pet, there are also other cautions to watch out for in and around your house. Hidden dangers can present themselves when we least expect them, so taking a few precautionary steps can help prevent mishaps.

Read more common yet forgotten tips for spring safety.

Remember, we want your feedback, so send us an email at editor@nativeremedies.com and tell us what you think.



Paulette Gough, Editor
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Pet Ticks, Fleas and Stings

Unforeseen Dangers of Spring

With warmer spring weather arriving in the next few weeks, pet owners face an entire new set of challenges. While your pet was likely cooped up inside during the winter, the change in climate will soon likely bring your pet outdoors—also exposing it to potential health hazards.

Nearly every system in your pet’s body can be affected by the change in season, but preventative measures can be taken to ensure your pet stays safe and healthy while frolicking in the great outdoors!

When unleashing your pet into the yard, park, or other place of recreation, be sure to err on the side of caution regarding the territory they investigate. Puppies especially tend to mistake blooms, leaves, and branches as potential chew toys, which can disrupt digestive systems or even be poisonous.

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Is Your Pet Causing Your Wheezing?

Don’t Let Allergies Ruin Your Relationship

We all know allergies run rampant as spring approaches, for pets as well as their owners. But there is one allergy most dog and cat owners do not want to think of – a dreaded allergy to their beloved Fido or Fluffy.

According to numerous studies, approximately 15% of the population is allergic to pets. These allergies can range from mild to very severe reactions. It is an immune system response to the allergens released by a certain animal’s saliva, urine, and dander. And depending on the severity, pet owners have to make a decision on whether they treat their allergy symptoms or remove the pet from their home.

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Spring Safety from the Inside Out!

With spring just around the corner, the beginning of more hours of daylight in the next few weeks can bring us closer to our pets and families, as we often carve out a little extra time each day for recreation. To ensure continued health and well being, keep a few tips in mind.

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Ask Our Experts

When you have a question, you can always Ask Our Experts on our website. We have experts from many fields available to review your questions and provide professional advice, including our clinical psychologist, Michele.


"I am interested in any product that will help with my dog's change in behavior. She was once very friendly to both humans as well as other dogs. Now she just barks at all humans, won't go near them and will not play with other dogs at all. I'm quite concerned. Do you have a product that will help her get back to what she once was? Thanks"


Hi Burt,

You will be pleased to know that we do have a remedy in our range for what your pet seems to be experiencing. It has many successful customers and we can only hope that you will have the same success with your dog.

For your pet’s aggression, we recommend that you try our PetAlive Aggression Formula which contains a unique combination of specially selected herbal and homeopathic ingredients well known for their ability to encourage peaceful attitudes.

Especially aimed at pets that tend to vocalize and physically vent their frustrations, PetAlive Aggression Formula helps to treat the problem of aggression in socially inept and easily agitated pets and allows your pet to relax and enjoy the company of other people and animals.

PetAlive Aggression Formula™ can be used regularly for the highly-strung pet, or as needed to support instinctual behavior and discourage common physical signs of irritation.

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" Hi, I just ask if it would be ok to give my Chihuahua both the Aggression and the PetCalm formulas together, as we are giving her the Aggression now when needed. She no longer bites, but needs to be calmer when doing her nails. And you answered back we could do both. But do we give her the same amount of each as you would if just using just one of them, or do we need to cut back as we would be doing two kinds at once? Thank you. " -Diana


Hi Diana,

It is perfectly safe for you to take the mentioned remedies in combination due to the high safety profile of our ingredients. 

I understand what you are asking, and the answer is that you would still give the same recommended dose as if your Chihuahua was only taking one of the remedies.

Please let us know if there is anything else we can assist you with.

Warm regards,

The PetAlive Team

If you have a question for Michele, or any of our other experts please visit Ask Our Experts on the PetAlive website.

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