Webster’s dictionary defines “natural” as the following:
- having or constituting a classification based on features existing in nature
- one that is obviously suitable for a specific purpose
- implies lacking artificiality and self-consciousness and having a spontaneousness suggesting the natural rather than the man-made world.
- possessing or exhibiting the higher qualities
Have you ever done a search on pinterest, google, etc. for the term “natural” for pets? I did to see what are the top things on these two places, because goodness knows that where I search and that’s what you all tell us you search on. Here are the top results from Pinterest and Google.
- 21 natural remedies for pets
- natural remedies for dry skin
- how to use essential oils on your pets
- DYI dog paw balm
- never use these essential oils for pets
- homemade remedies for your pets
- natural flea management
- 24 fabulous all natural cleaners for your home
- 20 natural remedies for dogs you didn’t know about
- 21 natural home remedies for cats and dogs
- 11 natural products you can use on your pet
- NHV natural pet products: natural vet-approved remedies for pets
- 10 natural remedies for dogs (starts wit says vet-approved remedies)
We need to know what “natural” treatments, remedies, supplements, herbs, etc you are using or have used on your pets in the past when your dog has vaccines and exams. Treatments can radically be effected by these “natural” treatments. Some of you may have heard your doctor say for yourself that some prescription medications can interfere with supplements and herbs like St. John’s Wort, etc. Pets can have drug interactions the same as us and sometimes worse.