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Vet Talks: Cancer in Pets

Posted December 15, 2017

Being an integrative veterinary practitioner, I often see dogs and cats with cancer who need holistic care.  Many receive western medications and chemotherapy and I add in diet, herbal therapy, physical therapy, and acupuncture, and or spinal manipulation to enable my patients to be more comfortable, and stay in remission longer. Cancer, unfortunately is the […]

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Vet Talks: Anal Gland Disease in Dogs and Cats

Posted November 10, 2017

Almost every day, dog and sometimes cat patients visit my integrative veterinary practice, due to scooting on their hind end.  A veterinary hospital can be a very smelly place at times!  Anal gland problems are very common. Dogs and cats have two small pouches on either side of their anus that make a smelly, brown fluid—this […]

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Vet Talks: Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVD) in Dogs

Posted October 20, 2017

Back problems and diseases in dogs are one of top 5 diseases that I treat in my veterinary practice. It’s been my experience that using an integrative approach to treating IVD can be very rewarding. It is so heartwarming when my animal patients get up and walk, especially when their original prognosis was very poor. […]

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Vet Talk: Ringworms in Dogs and Cats

Posted September 15, 2017

In my veterinary practice, I see a lot of cat and dog patients with itchy skin. One reason for an itchy pet is a ring worm infection. Ringworm, which is actually not a worm but a fungus on the skin and top layers of hair, is caused by fungi called dermatophytes.  The most  common of […]

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Feline Asthma And What You Can Do To Help Your Cat

Posted August 4, 2017

Feline asthma is the most commonly diagnosed respiratory disease in cats. Although it is incurable, feline asthma is still manageable for your kitty. What Is Feline Asthma? When your cat has asthma, it means that there is a constriction of the airways caused by an over reaction to the presence of an allergen. The body […]

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Vet Talk: Lupus in Dogs – Everything You Need To Know

Posted May 10, 2017

Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) is a fairly rare and potentially fatal autoimmune disease that mostly affects dogs. Although rare, it is believed that many cases of SLE go undiagnosed. In today’s blog, I’ll touch on what to look for (signs and symptoms of SLE in pets) and how to best manage your pet with SLE. […]

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Vet Talk – Liver Disease in Dogs and Cats: Is Your Pet At Risk?

Posted April 14, 2017

In my veterinary practice, liver disease in cats and dogs is unfortunately all too common. The liver is a major organ in the body, and essential to your pet’s immune system; it detoxifies the blood and is a filter for metabolites, a source of energy, produces bile acids necessary for digestion, and produces clotting factors […]

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Vet Talk: Lumps and Bumps on Dogs and Cats

Posted March 24, 2017

It’s not uncommon to notice or feel small lumps and bumps on our beloved animals. I understand that it is scary to find these, and although not all lumps and bumps are necessarily bad, I strongly feel that a veterinarian should check them out, in order to catch any potential problems as early as possible. […]

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Vet Talk: CRF (Chronic Renal Failure) in Cats

Posted January 6, 2017

Chronic renal failure (CRF) also known as chronic kidney failure is when there is a slow, progressive loss of kidney function, which eventually leads to permanent kidney failure. CRF is one of the most common forms of illness and death in older cats (though it can be seen in younger cats as well). Cats with […]

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Vet Talk: Stress and Triggers That Lead to Illness in Dogs

Posted December 30, 2016

Everyone knows what stress feels like in ourselves, and we all know that too much stress can make us ill—ulcers, high blood pressure and even cancer can result from excessive stress. Our dogs can also be, and often are, stressed by numerous factors in their lives too.  The more we understand the external contributing factors […]

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