Conscious Companion's Recommendations
Below are products we love and use. These are used at home and with our clients. If you have questions, please feel free to contact us!
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Smelling Urine? Then you need to know how to properly SPOT urine! This light does that for you!
Do you have a D.I.N.O.S.??
DINO is the acronym for "dogs in need of space." Many canine companions need space for a variety of reasons--illness, old age, leash reactivity, shyness, and while training.
Let others know you'd like them to keep a distance with this easy-to-spot yellow dog jacket.
Interactive Feeders for Felines of all ages and stages!
Slippery elm contains mucilage. This mucilage becomes a slick gel when mixed with water, milk, juice, or tea. When ingested, it coats the mouth, throat, intestines, and stomach. Slippery elm serves as an internal bandage for inflammation or ulcerations anywhere along the digestive tract. This provides relief to sore throats, coughs, GERD, Crohn's disease, diverticulitis, ulcerative colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, and diarrhea. The roots of slippery elm go way back. The tree slippery elm, medically known as Ulmus fulva, has been around since the 19th century and was used by Native Americans in healing salves for various types of wounds, as well as taken orally for the relief of cold and flu symptoms. Slippery elm (Ulmus fulva) is a happy exception to the fears and cautions surrounding the use of herbs in animals. In fact, slippery elm for pets is very safe and nontoxic.