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Archive for January, 2012


Wolves attacking cows in British Columbia

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012 Ranchers in the North Thompson say wolves have moved into their area and are preying on livestock. Brenda Jones owns a ranch in Louis Creek, B.C., north of Kamloops. She says wolves were never a problem until about two years ago. Now, the predators regularly prey on her herd. “There’s tracks everywhere, there’s scat everywhere. Our cows are nervous all… [Read more]

Dog Pain: 5 Natural Solutions To Stop It Fast

Friday, January 27th, 2012 Our dogs have signs and symptoms of pain much in the way that people do, but often this pain is unrecognized, not diagnosed, and hence not treated. In this article I will show you how to check if your dog is in pain, and the most common symptoms found in dog pain. I will cover the more common causes of… [Read more]

Prolotherapy: An alternative for repair of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries In Dogs

Monday, January 23rd, 2012 Prolotherapy is defined as “proliferation therapy,” or “proliferative injection therapy”. It involves injecting an irritant type solution into the region of tendons or ligmaents to strengthen the weak tissues, causing scar tissue to form, and help re-stabilize the joint. Prolotherapy has been used for over 30 years to repair joint injuries in people. The injected material produces a thickening of… [Read more]

The Diagnosis and Winners

Monday, January 23rd, 2012 Last week I posted some Xrays, asking for a diagnosis. You guys are very smart, and I was surprised as to how many are able to interpret the Xrays, knowing what joint is involved, giving a diagnosis and suggesting treatment. Many of you guessed correctly, but I was specifically looking for the most likely underlying cause. 3 winners were chosen,… [Read more]

How To Treat Cat Diabetes At Home with These Top 5 Holistic Options.

Friday, January 20th, 2012 Cat diabetes is increasingly being diagnosed, and currently it affects more than 1 in 400 cats. Diabetes is very treatable, and does not need to shorten your cat’s life span. This article will go over the signs of diabetes in cats, along with the various suspected causes. I will review the most common solutions, focusing on the lesser know natural… [Read more]

Merrit BC Stray Cat Controversy

Thursday, January 12th, 2012 A small town in BC has been in the news over their stray cat problem. The Nicola Valley Animal Rescue says more than 500 feral cats roam the streets of Merritt. The rescue group has set up feeding stations, but this does not sit well with the by law officers. They are removing the food on a daily basis, then… [Read more]


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