Index: Dog Health
Friday, January 16th, 2015
The second most common ingredient that is poisoning our dogs is a ‘sugar substitute’ called Xylitol. Not only is it found in sugar free gum, it is also in veterinary dog mouthwashes.
Thousands of dogs each year are poisoned with xylitol.
Effects of Xylitol
1. Hypoglycemia (Low blood sugar)
In the canine body, the pancreas confuses xylitol with real sugar.… [Read more]
Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014
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Tuesday, December 16th, 2014
Hello to you this holiday season- I hope you and your family are doing well.
In the spirit of the season, I’ve made a Holiday Hazard video…OK not necessarily cheery, but you need to see the sketchy tree, and my dog dressed up with adorning wreath
Then on the lighter side, here is the section from Chevy Chases’ Christmas Vacation… [Read more]
Wednesday, November 26th, 2014
Does homeopathy work?
Well if you are to ask most of those practicing ‘conventional’ veterinary medicine, here is what you may hear..
But ‘gasp’ real accredited medical institutions are acknowledging the benefits of homeopathy, such as this university:
Here’s what they say about treating diarrhea with homeopathy
Here is an abstract from one such study
My point being is that… [Read more]
Friday, October 24th, 2014
If you have an aging pet, or you personally are in need of some improved brain function, then you should be reading this article.
The summary: “Changing the bacterial environment, or microbiota, in the gut can affect the brain in positive ways”
My supplements, Ultimate Canine and Ultimate Feline contain particular probiotics that are beneficial to dogs and cats.
In… [Read more]
Tuesday, October 14th, 2014
Recently a nursing assistant in Spain contracted Ebola, and tragically her dog was confiscated and euthanized in spite of the limited risk her dog could have potentially posed. The picture above is of her late dog, Excalibur.
There is little information about the real risk for pets contracting ebola, and exactly what to do.
So what are the facts?
The… [Read more]
Friday, September 26th, 2014
Is Your Dog or Cat Safe Under Anesthesia?
A provocative question?….Yes.
But important, timely, and one that many pet parents really worry over?
In veterinary college very little time was allocated to anesthesia- there is so much to learn, so little time, and the real training and application of anesthetic and surgery comes after you graduate from veterinary… [Read more]
Friday, September 5th, 2014
Some people are paying as much in vet bills for sick pets as it would cost them to buy a new car.
Of the many questions and comments I receive as ‘the online vet’, a common and recurring one is about the increasing cost of veterinary care.
One former client went in debt to the tune of $15,000 following referral… [Read more]
Monday, August 25th, 2014
A cheery Hello to you and your family of pets and people!
I just returned from a great camping trip with my family, along with my 2 brothers and their families.
The weather was pretty cooperative, the water was warm, the kids happy, and except for the border collie running after the deer in the park incident, it all went… [Read more]
Monday, August 18th, 2014
In this new video I reveal what is in Veterinary Secrets..
I am extremely excited to announce the release of my first printed book, Veterinary Secrets.
I have put my heart and soul into it, and I want to give you an extra special reason to purchase it now.
7 Reasons To Buy My Book Now!
For the next week… [Read more]
Tuesday, August 12th, 2014
My NEW book, Veterinary Secrets is now available, and if you order it in the next week, you’ll also get 7 extremely valuable bonuses:
1.Healing Your Pet Naturally Workshop, Volumes 1, 2 and 3: 3 Videos covering my Live ‘How to Heal Your Pet Naturally’ Workshop (5+ Hours of Training Videos – mp4 downloads) ($197 Value)
2.Veterinary Secrets Video Jumpstart… [Read more]
Thursday, August 7th, 2014
A recent UC Davis study revealed some interesting results.
A recent study on the effects of neutering (including spaying) in Golden Retrievers markedly increased the incidence of two joint disorders and three cancers prompted this study and a comparison of Golden and Labrador Retrievers.
The incidence of joint disorders and cancers is much more marked in golden retrievers than in… [Read more]