Rob Hawkinis

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Antibiotics for Cats, Dogs, and Other Pets – Are The Newer Combined Varieties A Better Alternative?

22nd November 2011
In this article we will be focusing on Clavamox. Selecting Clavamox for cats, dogs, and other pets instead of older antibiotics is rapidly become the treatment of choice for veterinarians when it comes to bacterial infections, including those of the urina... Read >

Causes of UTI in Canines - Possible Primary and Secondary Causes

22nd November 2011
UTI is short for urinary tract infection. UTI in canines is the number reason for veterinarian visits for dog owners. The causes of UTI in canines are generally one of a number of different types of bacteria. The list of odd sounding, difficult to pronoun... Read >

The ADHD Adult – Stop Being Late By Organizing and Planning Ahead!

15th March 2011
ADHD stands for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and impacts about 5 percent of adults. ADHD is a complicated mix of brain biology and genetics that causes a person’s mind to work in a less than conventional way. A way that doesn’t always mix well... Read >

Is There A Link Between Fish Oil and Gout?

06th January 2011
“Oh my aching big toe", seems to be the battle cry these days for many of those who have added that extra serving of sardines, lakes trout, and herring to their diets in order to achieve better cardiovascular health. In fact, in a recent published study c... Read >

The Importance of Fighting Internal Inflammation In The Human Body

22nd October 2010
If I were to ask you what is inflammation what would you say? I can honestly say that up until a few years ago the answer I would give would have been fairly broad and certainly would not include any information on internal inflammation. But since then my... Read >

ADHD and Teenagers – Interesting Facts, Sobering Statistics

17th September 2010
Some would argue, and perhaps rightfully so, that the most dangerous time for an individual with ADHD is in their teenage years when raging hormones, sexuality, and peer pressure rule the day. This toxic soup of emotions and hormones has produced a mounta... Read >

Dog Incontinence Causes and Solutions

09th July 2010
If you are searching for dog incontinence causes you are not alone. It is estimates that approximately 1 out of every 5 pets will struggle with incontinence at some time in their lives. Personally, I think the real number is much higher, since almost all ... Read >

Recognizing Child ADHD In The Classroom

02nd June 2010
We all know that children with ADHD tend to underachieve in the classroom but recognizing who they are and what help they need may not be as easy as it would seem at first glance. They may mask their challenges under the veil of capability, or having grea... Read >

Anxiety and Sleep Eight Steps to Overcoming Night Time Anxiety and Better Sleep

12th May 2010
Anxiety and sleep challenges are two of the most common conditions that impact our everyday lives. It is not unusual to see these two common disorder existing simultaneously, in fact it is quite common. In other words the more anxiety you are feeling the ... Read >

Feline Kidney Infection Symptoms

20th April 2010
Your cats kidneys are responsible for eliminating toxins and other waste products. They are an important part of good health and vital to sustaining life. These are only two of the reasons why it is important to recognize feline kidney infection symptoms ... Read >

Incontinence Dogs Causes

14th April 2010
Sifting through the possible Incontinence dogs causes is a task that will face the majority of pet owners at least once in their lifetime. For many it will be an emotional time, fearing age related dementia or some other type of incurable illness which wi... Read >

Home Remedies For Dog Incontinence and Causes

10th April 2010
When a dog, or any pet for that matter, starts to have accidents in the house it is not something that can simply be swept under the rug. Some type of action has to be taken, whether it is a trip to the vet, designing a home remedy plan, or implementing a... Read >

What Is a Healthy Cholesterol Reading?

09th April 2010
Determining what is a healthy cholesterol reading is vital in determining your overall coronary health. By now most of us know that having too much cholesterol floating around in our body is a sure fire recipe for falling prey to a heart attack, stroke, o... Read >

Food List To Increase HDL Cholesterol

11th March 2010
The world of cholesterol is a lot like walking a tightrope. On one side you have the long potentially deadly fall that comes with high cholesterol into the depths of heart attack and stroke and on the other side you have the muscle aches, pains, and poten... Read >

Three Simple ADHD Alternative Treatment Solutions Worth Considering

05th March 2010
For the ADHD child, teen, or adult man or woman finding an effect ADHD alternative treatment solution can be a daunting task. After all one of the most well documented primary symptom of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is inattention/distractibil... Read >
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