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[Ep 82] Titre Testing for Pets, Antioxidants NOT advised for Cancer, Stop Dog Nose Bleed

By Dr. Andrew Jones

Hello and Welcome to Dr Jones’ Veterinary Secrets Podcast!- This is episode 82

In today’s podcast we are talking about antibody titres in veterinary practice, costs, do they work, and which ones are best.

The link between antioxidants and cancer, is this important?

What to do IF your dog or cat has a bleeding nose, including the most common causes, and an effective natural remedy.

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Dr Andrew Jones


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6 Responses to “[Ep 82] Titre Testing for Pets, Antioxidants NOT advised for Cancer, Stop Dog Nose Bleed”

  1. Avatar Dr Nyaks Says:
    May 7th, 2020 at 5:28 am

    I have really enjoyed your herbal remedies for the past year or so, especially interesting to combine it with some of my own herbal options here in Kenya.
    Dr Nyaks BVM

  2. Avatar Christine Vigneri Says:
    May 7th, 2020 at 5:30 am

    thank you.Dr. Jones,an interesting and timely podcast,always full of solid,useful info.I really appreciate what you do!

  3. Avatar Yvette Charron Says:
    May 7th, 2020 at 7:27 am

    Hello Dr.Jones .I am the proud mom of 2 German Shepherds .Both are 100% raw fed.Could to many vaccines especially rabies cause ear infections .

  4. Avatar Antoinette sides Says:
    May 7th, 2020 at 12:49 pm

    Hi Dr jones
    Have been a fan for many many years have all your books actually they are I think 12 or 14 years old!! Helped a lot of friends/dogs with it

    This time I have a difficult question for one of my pets first time ever!!
    A Maltese “Lacey” she is 12 years old has some benign growth on several places and she has a heart murmur! Now all of a sudden her teeth are really getting bad she smells out her mouth
    I try brushing daily but it is bad. Teethcleaning/anesthesia is not an option because of her heart murmur! And I don’t want to lose her yet!! Is there anything I can do for her besides brushing is there a spray or anything else????
    They advertise with drops in water but I am hesitant! She is for the rest a very healthy happy pup
    Lately she sleeps a lot but she is happy. Please ….what can I do for her, grateful for any suggestions
    Your longtime fan and supporter antoinette

  5. Avatar Marilyn Nash-Hemrick Says:
    May 7th, 2020 at 1:44 pm

    My Sophie is diabetic and is 14.she gets 2 shots a day of Novlin N..4.5 units. I need to know what is the best flea tick and most important heart worm meds..she has a very sensitive stomach….thank you.

  6. Avatar Maria Kucyna Says:
    May 19th, 2020 at 6:04 am

    I really enjoyed this podcast today. It was very informative on many levels and I look forward to listening to many more of your podcasts.


Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM