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Wednesday, July 18

Canine Nutritional Wellness thru Home-Cooking

Have you been experiencing some health challenges with your pet?

I can guide you from a natural and holistic perspective and answer any questions you may have on how to provide the best diet for YOUR pet. 
Would also love to work with you and your Vet. 

The Consultation is Free of charge.  ( all I ask is that you purchase a few of the supplements from my store when suggested.  

                                                              Cat food, too

Each consultation is geared towards YOUR pet - because just like people, pets are individuals and they each have their own set of needs too.

This is a great addition to any conventional veterinary advice as we will look at the "outside the box" options available that could complement your current plan. I would be glad to work with your Vet and look over any blood work or tests results you may have.

Please send me an e-mail with your Pet's weight, explain any nutritional needs and please let me know the recent history of any illnesses.  I will need to know if your pet is on any current medications from the VET or any nutritional supplements

You may contact me at or text me at 

PLEASE know I am a full-time nurse and work at the hospital. 
It may take 2-3 days for me to reach out to you
 I am glad to help you on my days off.


                                                    Marie is a 1988 Graduate of the Massachusetts Department of Nursing at Lemuel Shattuck Hospital.  Marie has taught classes at Pima Medical Institute in Arizona.   Over the many years, she has many CEUs (continuing education units) on holistic medicine and options for people and pets.  Over 25 plus years working with various Veterinarians in the pet rescue field.  Marie has worked with Pet owners for over 11 years on special feeding options and supplements.  Marie also has training in basic pet massage and natural pain relief.   Marie is now a Pet Health coach with a concern for food and nutrition.  Marie is also a full-time nurse on the surgical floor at a local hospital in S.C.


Some of the needs ( recipes)  I can provide are: 

  • Allergies
  • Arthritis
  • Cancer
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Chronic liver disease
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Gastric Issues  (IBD, IBS, acid reflux)

“My dog is a picky eater.”
“My dog is allergic to chicken.”
“My cat will only eat raw food.”
“My dog has IBS.”
“My cat has early stage kidney disease.”

~~ Here is an easy recipe for ANY Dog --  Take a look 

Doggie Meatball recipe 

You may contact me at or text me at 803-424-2312

Thursday, July 5

Rub coconut oil onto your dog's coat 2 x per week

   Coconut oil is amazing to use on your Dog's coat!  Love this~~

      Thanks, Dr. Julie for the tips   (Dr. Julie C. Reyes, DC),                                              

Coconut oil can be used to Brush your Dog's teeth and gums.  Just use your finger and massage it onto the teeth and gums 2 times per week.
Coconut oil can be used as a natural topical lotion for especially itchy, dry or damaged skin, we use virgin coconut oil mixed with pure lavender essential oil. We rub this mixture right onto their “hot spots” and it provides our dogs with immediate relief. The lavender also has a calming effect. 
 RUB on your hands and work onto your dog. 
We use coconut oil on our Dogs coats 2 x per week.

You can use it with or without lavender oil for the coat.  We apply the solution to our hands and then massage into the Dog's skin and work under the coat. 

Directions for mixing the coconut oil and lavender oil based upon the size of your dog: 
Extra Small Dogs up to 10 lbs:
1 drop of Lavender oil in 4 Tbsp Coconut oil
Small Dogs up to 25 lbs:
2 drops Lavender oil in 5 Tbsp Coconut oil
Medium Dogs up to 40 lbs:
3 drops Lavender oil in 6 Tbsp Coconut oil
Large Dogs up to 70 lbs:
4 drops Lavender oil in 7 Tbsp Coconut oil
Extra Large Dogs up to 90 lbs or more:
5 drops Lavender oil in 8 Tbsp Coconut oil
NOTE: We use only high-quality Lavender oil. Pure essential oils are highly concentrated, powerful in small doses (only one drop!) and economical, too. 

                                     As for Coconut oil, our Favorite is this one  Viva


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Don't forget to rub onto the teeth and gums.  
Great for oral health 

USE your Finger or a toothbrush
Just a dime size of coconut oil and some H20 
try this 2-3 x per week 

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Wednesday, May 16

English Bulldog Owner's NuVET Vitamins Testimonial

English Bulldog NuVET Vitamins Testimonial from Allison, 


Jake is loving his NuVet vitamins and supplements! We don't have stiffness in the knees anymore and his energy and stamina have greatly improved. I'm also noticing that his feet are a healthy pink instead of red and he hardly licks at them anymore. He also has been using NuVet's Tea Tree shampoo. His coat is thick and shiny and so soft! It makes me so happy to be able to just look at him and know that he feels so healthy and happy!

 Thanks, Marie and NuVet!

NO more RED paws and Excessive licking!
Knees have more stamina now .... greatly improved walking.
Skin is so soft and the coat is getting nice and thick!
He seems so happy.


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NO more scratching ...  
Use NuVet Plus wafers daily for an amazing coat.

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Monday, April 30

Popular English Bulldog names

List of Popular English Bulldog and French Bulldog Names, 

This list of names was compiled by  "Vet street" who searched their database of over 200,000 registered bulldog names.                                             

Ladies first;

10 most popular female bulldog names:

  1. Bella
  2. Daisy
  3. Lola
  4. Lucy
  5. Maggie
  6. Roxy
  7. Molly
  8. Sadie
  9. Chloe
  10. Sophie

10 most popular male bulldog names:

  1. Tank
  2. Max
  3. Winston
  4. Rocky
  5. Dozer
  6. Buster
  7. Diesel
  8. Brutus
  9. Bubba
  10. Duke
As you can see the names reflect our spirit as bulldog owners. The female names bring me memories of sundresses and rolling southern fields of wildflowers.
 The male names come equipped with their own arsenal of rockets and missiles.

                                                                  another cute list 

I have a number of names on the list above.  
We have a Dozer, Brutus, and a Duke.
We have a Lucy and Bella.

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Thursday, April 26

Natural Safe Flea and Tick Spray for dogs and cats,

Natural and Safe Flea and Tick spray for dogs and cats

I love my Bulldog Flea spray! 

Great for any type of cat or dog

How to Apply

Easy to use! Simply rub your pet’s coat in the opposite direction of growth, spray and rub in. Spray the body, legs, tail, belly, and armpits. Spritz into your hands to rub onto your pet's ears and face. Do not soak your pet. Full coverage will ensure best results.

Repeat 2-3 times per week or as often as needed depending on the pest pressure in your area. Spray before your pet goes into unprotected areas.

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 ( I get the Rosemary scent) 

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Cats seem to love the Rosemary scent the best - they have 4 scents to choose from 
WE love it!!!  ( 3rd year using it) 

WE also have one for the YARD 


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Our Vitamin will: 
REDUCE shedding.
Stops excessive scratching...
Reduces Yeasty Ear infections...
Strengthens the Immune system to FIGHT allergies

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Wednesday, April 25

Frozen Dog Treat " Frosty Paw Paws Recipe" Love My Bulldog

                                      Easy-made Healthy Dog Frozen Treats 

For my first batch, I froze them in ice cube trays but my dogs are larger and the dogs devoured them within a minute. The one thing I like about the Frosty Paws is that the dogs spend a few minutes eating them. Next time I’m going to try them in my brownie pan. It would make the perfect sized treat for them and give them a few minutes to enjoy the treat.

Peanut Butter and Banana Frozen Dog Treats
  • 1 cup plain yogurt-  ( I like GREEK yogurt the BEST
  • 1 ripe banana, peeled
  • 3 tbsp all natural peanut butter- Make sure it's the NATURAL one only --- 
  • 1-2 tbsp water if needed for thinning
  1. In a blender or food processor, blend together until smooth. Pour into ice cube trays (for smaller dogs or small treats) or a brownie pan (for larger dogs). Freeze for several hours. Remove treats from the ice cube trays or pan and freeze in a Ziploc freezer bag. Freezes for up to one month.

Another option is to take your KONG toy and place the ingredients above into the KONG and Freeze for 1 hour.  
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Wednesday, April 11

Itchy Dog Home Remedies-Nu Vet Plus

Itchy Dog Relief is here 


Lays down, scratches. Stands up, chews her paw. Sits down, sighs and stares at you, waiting for you to do something that eases her discomfort.
It’s a familiar picture to anyone who’s dealt with an itchy dog. While there are many reasons a dog might itch—from allergies and autoimmune issues to a bug bite—the immediate problem at hand is that your dog can’t stop scratching and chewing, and is pretty much miserable. No one wants to see that.
With my own dog’s extensive skin problems, the itching has pretty much been a way of life for several years. While dealing with the larger underlying issue has been key in cases like his, equally important is keeping him as comfortable as possible not only for comfort’s sake but to prevent injury he can easily inflict on himself with aggressive chewing or scratching.
To that end, here are 6 natural skin soothers that helped ease the itch for my dog.

Aloe Vera

Nature’s Specialties - Wham Anti Itch Spray, which is antimicrobial and antifungal, has helped with my dog’s itching from allergic flare-ups and yeast overgrowth more than any other product we’ve tried—and I’m not exaggerating when I say I have a cabinet full of products. It contains tea tree oil, aloe vera, salicylic acid, vitamins A, D and E. I’m also a fan of that same company’s Aloe Veterinary Cream, which I have found useful for dry, itchy skin. You can also use fresh aloe vera topically if you know how to cut it to avoid using the yellowish aloe latex layer between the skin and the inner leaf juice (which is the part you do want to use). That latex portion can be very irritating and create a strong laxative effect when ingested. Though most commercial aloe products remove the latex, you can purchase a food grade one or avoid using whole leaf products just to make sure.                                      

Witch Hazel

Make sure to get Witch Hazel alcohol-free, vegetable glycerin-based witch hazel to avoid the isopropyl alcohol used in many witch hazel products. This type of alcohol is toxic when too much is ingested (and if your dog is anything like mine, he will definitely want to lick it). Put some of the witch hazel on a cotton round and place it on the itchy spot.

Apple Cider Vinegar

If you think your dog is itching as a result of yeast overgrowth, you can try a 50/50 solution of apple cider vinegar sprayed or dabbed on the itchy spot. Start with a small area first to make sure your dog doesn’t have a negative reaction. If the skin is too irritated or has an open wound, don’t use the mixture because it will sting.

Tea Bag Compresses

My dog has the full gamut of itch, which means, yes, even his eyes get itchy. One trick that really helps is as simple as a tea bag. Prepare tea as you normally would, but use 2 chamomile or green tea bags. Before adding your usual milk and honey, take out the tea bags and allow them to cool, or even stick them in the fridge for a little chill, and then place them on your dog’s eyes. You might have to work up to it if your dog is weird about stuff like that (which I can’t say I blame him). Make sure you have plenty of treats handy as you slowly work up to applying one of the tea bags over one of his eyes. When he sees you’re not trying to hurt him, he should start to relax. And then you can relax with a strong cup of tea.

Oregano Oil

I really can’t say enough good things about oregano oil. I had read about its anti-everything properties (antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal) and decided to try it in my dog’s ears for his chronic ear problems. Conventional medicine just wasn’t cutting it, so I had to try something else. During one of his bouts with ear itching, I applied it to his ear flaps with a cotton round and it worked quicker than anything else I’d tried. It really calms the itch. Make sure to do your research and purchase a high quality, pre-diluted brand (oregano essential oil must always be diluted). Also, avoid use around cats.
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Coconut Oil

With all the positive buzz surrounding coconut oil, I gave it a whirl to see if it could provide my dog’s itchy skin with some relief—and it worked. It’s especially helpful topically when his skin is really dry and around his eyes, which is prone to dryness.
Unfortunately, there usually isn’t one grand solution that will resolve an itching dog’s issues. But there are some natural supportive tools you can use to ease the suffering a bit. And remember, getting to the root of the itch is key.

We love this one and it's a 16-ounce jar size - good price  Zesty PAWS 

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No More HOT spots and Itchy skin  
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                                HOW cozy 

Thanks, Jessica for the Great info - 

Jessica Peralta has been a journalist for more than 15 years and an animal lover all her life. She has had dogs, cats, birds, turtles, fish, frogs, and rabbits. Her current children are a German shepherd named Guinness and a black kitten named Riot (and he lives up to that name). It’s because of her love for animals that she focused her journalistic career to the world of holistic animal care and pet nutrition. In between keeping Riot and Guinness out of mischief, she’s constantly learning about all the ways she can make them healthier and happier.