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Archive for January, 2014


4157 Dogs Reported Dead From Rimadyl

Friday, January 31st, 2014 Modern medicine and modern medication can do some pretty amazing things – it can instantly deal with parasites, or give immediate comfort to a dog or cat in pain. There is a but here…These conventional medications can have a host of side effects that can seriously harm your dog or cat. There are also the unquantifiable effects of chronic medication… [Read more]

Joint pain?..This new treatment can help

Thursday, January 30th, 2014 New Holistic Arthritis Treatment Here is one which interests me, and should be of interest to you: Cetyl myristoleate is a fatty acid. It was isolated in Swiss albino mice, which for some Darwinian wonder, never develop arthritis. It also seems to be an effective joint lubricant and anti-inflammatory. Cetylated fatty acids are also used for diseases in which the… [Read more]

How to Understand the Pet Food Label

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014 How do you understand a pet food label? It’s confusing to me, a veterinarian of 20 years, so likely it’s confusing to you. There are little regulations, and those that are there seem to favor the pet food companies, not the pet owners. Here are a few things that can help you determine whether or not you are feeding your… [Read more]

Your Dog or Cat May Not Need to be Re-vaccinated: Titer Testing

Friday, January 24th, 2014 Times are a changing in the world of vaccines for dogs and cats. We now recognize that vaccines not only prevent disease, too many vaccines are actually causing disease. Titer testing can be used to see if vaccines are even necessary, avoiding adverse reactions. Some of these reactions can include lethargy, fever, injection site lumps, cancer, severe allergic reactions, arthritis,… [Read more]

[Video] Dolphins’ plight sparks international controversy

Thursday, January 23rd, 2014 [Read more]

5 Proven Benefits of Colostrum for Dogs and Cats

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014 Colostrum is still seen by most in the veterinary community as a ‘hocus pocus’ supplement which offers no real health benefits to your dogs or cats. Uninformed veterinarians claim that there are no studies to back it up, and that, ” it is not absorbed from the stomach of any animal after puppies and kittens reach a certain age.” In… [Read more]


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