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If your pet is injured or unwell and traditional remedies are simply not working, you should visit a new website which, in its own words, is "dedicated to providing information on how we can naturally look after our pets in sickness and in health"

The site,, offers advice on where to seek alternative treatments for your pet when all traditional methods have failed. Many people now accept that going the alternative route can often be the best, and this site has all sorts of useful tips and advice; it also has some wonderful case studies, which you may find really inspiring.

You'll also find directories of services and suppliers, book reviews, regular contributions from the team of vets, product reviews and, of course, updated reports on alternative and complementary treatments available today.

You don't have to be a member to visit the site, but by joining you get lots of goodies including discounts from suppliers, offers on exclusive products, emails on regular site updates, product reviews, great special offers and a free car sticker to help spread the word! Becoming a member only costs £15 a year, and gives 5% of this to animal causes. This is not an e-commerce site, but now and again they find exclusive products to offer, and they donate 5% of these sales to animal causes too, so it's all worthwhile stuff.

Beverley Morel, the co-founder of, has spent two years researching and testing alternative treatments after her dog became paralysed. She realised that, although alternative help is available, it's not that easy to find, so she decided to launch the site to help people enable their pets to enjoy a better quality of life.

Mary Frewing, the other co-founder of the site, spends many weekends pet-sitting for friends and family and is always ready to lend a hand with any sick or distressed animal.

This site's well worth a visit, whether you have a poorly pet or not, the stories and case studies in themselves are wonderful, and of course the site is committed to supporting worthwhile pet causes. The website address is:

For further information please contact: Beverley Morel at
Tel: 0208 295 5511. Fax: 0208 295 4603. email:

Georgia just loves the site!
And so does Mog!

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