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Holistic support for Canine Papilloma Virus

Posted February 9, 2018

Don’t we promise to do what’s best for our pets, to protect them from whatever bad things may come their way? Whether, it’s protecting them against parasites, feeding them the best, or bringing them to the doctor at the first sign something isn’t right. But sometimes there isn’t much we can do other than support them […]

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Vet Talks: Degenerative Myelopathy in Dogs

Posted January 19, 2018

I often work with dogs who have degenerative myelopathy, a disease that is difficult to treat and very sad to see. However, acupuncture, spinal manipulation, rehabilitative therapies, as well as herbal supplements and diet can slow the progression of the disease. Degenerative myelopathy in dogs is a slow progressive, non-inflammatory degeneration of the white matter […]

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4 Pet health problems your proactivity can help prevent

Posted January 13, 2018

We’ve successfully humanized our pets, haven’t we? Just like us, they eat convenient meals (highly processed kibble), don’t get enough exercise, and potential health issues are not dealt with until they become real health problems. An increasing number of pets nowadays have “human” health problems too – liver failure, cancer, obesity, seizures, just to name a few. The great […]

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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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A Site For Sore Eyes- An Exotic Feline Finds Relief Naturally

Posted November 9, 2017

If you have ever had an eye infection, you know how uncomfortable it can be. Fizz was suffering from a Mycoplasma infection and was put on antibitotics for 30 days. The infection did clear up at first, however after 2 months the eye condition returned, and this time it was even worse than before. Fizz’s […]

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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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The Huge Health Benefits of Antioxidants For Dogs and Cats

Posted October 6, 2017

There’s so much talk lately about antioxidants. But what are they really, and how can they help your cat and dog? Well to really understand how antioxidants help our pets, we first need to understand it’s opposite: oxidation. Oxidation is a naturally occurring chemical process that happens within the body’s cells. When oxidation occurs, by-products like […]

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The Giardia Parasite in Dogs: What You Need To Know

Posted September 29, 2017

Giardia can be transmitted to humans as well as our Fury friends, but let’s talk about our pet’s shall we! What is Giardia? Giardia is a simple one-celled parasitic species that inhibits the intestines of mammals, amphibians and birds. For your dog to be infected, your pet has to ingest the parasite to get Giardia. […]

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10 Common Pet Troubles And Their Natural Solutions

Posted September 22, 2017

It’s a regular day in a pet parent’s life. You bring your dog home from the park and just as you are about to remove the collar, eeeeek. You notice a tick crawling behind her neck. You rush to get the anti-tick spray. Zapppp! One shot of the strong chemical-laden spray and the red bugger falls […]

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Back-To-School Separation Anxiety in Pets

Posted September 8, 2017

Well, we are officially passed Labor day, which means it’s back to school, back to activities, and back to the general hectic schedules of fall for families. But did you know that back-to-school time is also really hard on your furkids too? The change in schedules, and more time alone at home and away from […]

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