Index: Dog Health
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014
Veterinary Secrets is finally coming out- it will be of interest to you, and many of your friends.
During the launch next week ( starting August 4th), I will be offering a number of especially valuable bonuses to encourage you to get my book that week.
My goal is to turn the book into a bestseller that week, then be… [Read more]
Thursday, July 24th, 2014
My NEW printed book, Veterinary Secrets, is to be launched Monday August 4, 2014 on Amazon.
In preparation for this I am releasing a series of 3 videos about my upcoming book.
Video 1 called ‘Confessions of a Pet Vet’ is now live, and you can watch it here:
P.S. The book has been pre-released to some wonderful reviews, and… [Read more]
Wednesday, July 16th, 2014
My older dog Jessie was recently groomed, ( here he is reluctantly having his picture taken…)
With the grooming, his lumps become more prominent.
Here is one such lump
If your dog or cat has a lump, you may be relieved to know that there are a number of things that you can do at home. Most lumps are easy… [Read more]
Tuesday, June 24th, 2014
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Friday, June 20th, 2014
Cancer is the number one cause of death in dogs and cats. Currently 50% of pet mortality is due to cancer, and cancer affects one out of every three dogs. Golden Retrievers now have the highest incidence of cancer among all dog breeds, and the breeds lifespan has now dropped to 10 ½ years, with 60 percent of all golden… [Read more]
Tuesday, June 17th, 2014
Dr. Millard (Lou) Tierce, of the Camp Bowie Animal Clinic, has been arrested for animal cruelty. A Texas family says he kept their dog alive for months after the pup’s planned euthanization so he could harvest the dog’s blood for transfusions.
Is your veterinarian safe? As in having the appropriate skills to perform surgery on your pet, to prescribe medication… [Read more]
Saturday, June 14th, 2014
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued another warning about toxic dog jerky treats.
More than 1,000 dogs have died as a result of the toxic treats, and the FDA has received 4,800 reports of pet illnesses since 2007.
In this video Dr Jones gives you 3 safe, simple and safe dog treat recipes that you can make at home,… [Read more]
Friday, June 6th, 2014
This story is a disconcerting one which highlights the large inequality in the veterinary medicine, and how some veterinarians are acting more like heartless corporations as opposed to compassionate animal caring people.
Senior wants $4,800 vet bill reduced (Source: CBC News)
Says tab for dog’s dental surgery almost equals her annual CPP pension
An Edmonton senior says a $4,800 dental… [Read more]
Wednesday, May 21st, 2014
The dreaded ‘A’ word..
There’s a good chance that it’s affecting you, your dog or your cat.
My supplement is getting wonderful reviews from both dog and cat owners who are seeing their pets become pain free without drugs.
Definitely worth a try- and you can get your 50% OFF trial here:
New Holistic Arthritis Treatment… [Read more]
Sunday, May 18th, 2014
DEET and Drug Amatadine in Dog Jerky Treats
The Veterinary News Network recently published a story which claims: “Chicken jerky treats consumed by dogs that became sick have been found to be tainted by the insect repellent DEET and the drug amantadine, according to a veterinary pathologist leading an independent probe of the ongoing pet treat mystery.” ( Source: VIN… [Read more]
Friday, May 16th, 2014
The British Small Animal Veterinary Association, BSAVA, recently tweeted this:
The BSAVA then suggests this in their article:
I don’t think so. In fact their statement is somewhat misleading, and further entrenches those who are in the ‘no vaccine’ camp.
Clearly vaccines have helped thousands of animals. Rabies for instance is fully preventable with vaccines.
I, in fact suggest… [Read more]
Friday, April 25th, 2014
Your pet wakes up in the morning with a puddle of urine beside her. She may be dribbling urine when she walks.
The most common occurrence is in middle-aged spayed female dogs. They have lost a source of estrogen that is needed to maintain bladder control. Older dogs and cats are also prone to liver and kidney failure,… [Read more]