Naturally oriented products are what we are about and what we believe in. We practice it with our own pets and our families. Conversation in regards to your pet's nutritional requirements will develop into a holistic concept which we hope to create health in spirit and body. You might even come away with some dietary ideas for yourself. We try to balance our conversations with natural, homeopathic approaches with a respect for some allopathic care when acute situations occur. Vet's, as our human doctors, must be an integral part of our care. Vet's have diagnostic capabilities which are invaluable and when needed (although as a last resort) drugs can be used to help get our pets to a state of health. However, through our dietary consults he hope to team up information and our natural foods to help your pets' body to achieve its natural state of health. We welcome you to visit, with your leashed pet, and look forward to developing a nutritional program taylored to your pets needs.
We’ve come a long way, baby – on paper, at least.
In the past decade, the veterinary profession’s overall attitude toward vaccination has evolved to a point that can be tentatively termed progressive.
In 2002, the American Veterinary Medical Association issued a policy statement that urged veterinarians to “customize” vaccine protocols for individual patients, since there is “inadequate data to scientifically determine a single best protocol” for initial or repeat vaccinations. A year later, the prestigious American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) released its landmark canine vaccination guidelines, which were updated in 2006. The AAHA guidelines separate vaccines into different categories – core, noncore, and not recommended at all – and suggest that veterinarians revaccinate for core diseases such as parvovirus and distemper no more than every three years. Most veterinary universities have followed suit, teaching their graduates that, depending on the disease in question, yearly vaccines are now the exception, not the rule.
The Dog Dizzy is the newest of Nina Ottosson Games. Fill the ball with treats or dry kibble and let your dog have fun by working the Dizzy to retrieve the reward. The weight in the bottom makes the Dog Dizzy roll and twist in different directions but it will always stop in the upright position.
The products we promote and believe in are the highest quality and offer superior performance. Why? Because our customers expect it.
For over 15 years our customers have learned that they can trust our judgement and opinions on the various pet product choices in the market. Our goal is to make a customer—not just a sale.
At Critter Jungle, our sole objective is to take care of our customers, pet and human. We work daily with our customers to resolve various issues regarding their pets, looking at a whole picture rather than a slice.
More frequently we are offering alternative, more natural approaches to pet care with the respect allopathic care can offer. Too often, the two worlds fight each other, when one should appreciate the benefit of what each side can offer.
I personally try to adopt natural, homeopathic option for treatment from a qualified licensed homepath, avoiding drugs whenever possible. However, there are times when a situation is too acute and allopathic veterinary care is required. The diagnosis our modern world offers must be valued and be used in harmony with natural treatments. Some research will direct you to vets who have adopted both worlds.
Westpaws Zogoflex Tux toy coming in April '08. Meet Tux™. It's like a dog's chance to get his cake and eat it too! Tux is the perfect combination of a supremely stuffable treat toy and guaranteed-tough Zogoflex®.
Just like our other Zogoflex toys, Tux is pliable, bounces, nontoxic, recyclable, and buoyant. Tux is even dishwasher safe for easy cleaning! Tux is a treat toy and was designed to withstand chewing, but still be fun - with or without a treat!
Measures 6". Made in Montana, USA.
This challenging interactive ball will entertain your dog for hours. Simply insert your dog’s favorite dry food or treats into the ball. As your dog plays with the Tricky Treat™ ball, it will dispense treats keeping your dog focused and entertained.