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Webinar Replay

Monday, April 14th, 2014

Good morning to you this Monday.
My Veterinary Secrets webinar highlighted the NEWEST and MOST IMPORTANT, safe and natural solutions for your pet’s health problems.
You can now see a replay of the webinar here:
On the 90-min. webinar you’ll discover not only the EASIEST and QUICKEST ways to treat your pet at home, but you’ll also learn…
Is… [Read more]

Can Dandelions Kill Cancer?

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014

Can dandelions kill cancer?
By Erika Tucker Global News
TORONTO – Dandelion root tea, championed by an elderly leukemia patient, has sparked exciting cancer research at the University of Windsor.
Windsor Regional Hospital oncologist Dr. Caroline Hamm admitted there wasn’t much she could for her chronic myelomonocytic leukemia (CMML) patient after rounds of chemotherapy.
The “little old lady” replied she’d… [Read more]

Supplement which Stops Anti-inflammatory Side Effects [People and Pets]

Friday, March 28th, 2014

This is a slightly older study which is now gaining interest as more animals are on anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS), and having side effects.
Specifically vomiting/diarrhea.
Colostrum appears to have a big protective effect.
Colostrum and milk-derived peptide growth factors for the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Vol. 72, No. 1, 5-14, July 2000
2000 American Society… [Read more]

New Topical Dog Arthritis Treatment

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

A cheery Wednesday to you and your family of pets and people.
First here is a picture I love!

Topical Arthritis Control
One of the most common dog and cat health problems is arthritis.
Normal joint wear and tear leads to this- as our pets age, they develop this.
It can affect most joints; the hips, knees and… [Read more]

How to Use Herbs in Treating Your Dog or Cat

Friday, March 14th, 2014

Herbs are relatively safe and gentle medicines – most are very forgiving with fewer side effects compared to conventions medications. There is a synergy between the parts of the plants components, making herbal medicine safe, and effective.
The goal of using herbs is to enable your pet’s body to ultimately heal itself. To see how to incorporate herbal healing, let’s… [Read more]

Pet Not Eating? Use These 5 Remedies

Wednesday, March 12th, 2014

What is Inappetance?
This can be a decrease in appetite, or it can be that your dog or cat completely stops eating. If this has persisted, then your pet may be lethargic, weak – although you should not wait this long for clinical signs to appear.
The causes are varied. They can include a sore tooth, to an abscess, to… [Read more]

Pets With Alzheimers: 7 Solutions for Cognitive Dysfunction

Thursday, March 6th, 2014

Cognitive Dysfuntion
This is similar to Alzheimer’s in people. Dogs accumulate deposits of beta-amyloid (a protein plaque) in the brain with age. Dogs show signs similar to people with Alzheimer’s.
Your pet sleeps much more and plays less. He has a graying muzzle, poorer hearing and poorer vision. You may see cataracts. He may show abnormal signs, such as… [Read more]

{Warning} Overdose Death From Cough Medication

Monday, March 3rd, 2014

Do these *really* work?
Great question, and it’s one that I always ask myself when I consider using or suggesting an alternate option.
A great example comes from treating coughs- in people and pets.
For years in veterinary practice I was frustrated in that there was very little that conventionally works…there really aren’t very many good cough suppressants.
So I… [Read more]

The Drug Problem In Veterinary Medicine

Friday, February 28th, 2014

Veterinary Medicine has a bit of a drug problem
As in using too many of them, too often.
A classic overused drug..
They are used for many veterinary conditions, from treating asthma in cats, suppressing the immune system in polyarthrits, to the most common condition- stopping the itching in allergic pets.
But they come with side effects
Here is… [Read more]

Is OraVet Safe? Natural Remedies for Dental Care in Dogs and Cats

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014

Hello to you fellow blog readers.
For those who aren’t aware, I jumped a bit too large cliff, aiming for the pillow of snow at the base of the tree, only to have my face slam into the tree.
Fortunately no concussion or fractures, but nasty wound and bruised ego.. The ER doc did a great job of suturing me… [Read more]

Jerky Treats Now Safe?

Friday, February 21st, 2014

A new story has come out claiming that Chicken Jerky Treats are now safe. Source:dvm360
Two brands of chicken jerky pet treats will soon reenter the market after years of reports of pet illness—even death—associated with consumption of jerky treats made with chicken sourced from China. Milo’s Kitchen and Nestlé Purina (the maker of Waggin’ Train treats) say that since… [Read more]

Soothe Your Pet’s Arthritis:Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Thursday, February 13th, 2014

If you have a middle aged to older dog or cat, then likely they have some degree of joint
discomfort- arthritis.
They should be on a high quality, effective, essential fatty acid (EFA).
There are a number of studies backing this up.
A study conducted last year in the Netherlands suggests that cats with naturally occurring osteoarthritis show symptom improvement… [Read more]

Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM
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