Index: Dog Health

Cushings Disease In Dogs: How To Treat It Naturally

Friday, March 23rd, 2012 Cushings disease in dogs is a very common, yet very misunderstood canine health disorder. In this article I will explain what canine Cushings disease is, the causes, the common clinical signs, and what tests are best to diagnose it. Then you’ll see the most important conventional and holistic options used to treat Cushings. Cushings disease is an overproduction of a… [Read more]

Heartworm: Is Medication Needed And How To Prevent It Naturally

Thursday, March 15th, 2012 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]

Dog Teeth: Top 7 Natural Tips To Healing Dental Problems Now

Monday, February 27th, 2012 Your dog’s teeth, and their care are vital in terms of keeping your dog healthy and preventing disease. Periodontal (gum) disease is the number one diagnosed problem in dogs; by the age of three, 80% of dogs have some form of periodontal disease. Lack of healthy teeth and gums can lead to heart disease, liver disease, kidney disease, stroke and… [Read more]

How To Brush Your Pet’s Teeth

Monday, February 20th, 2012 February is Pet Dental Health Month for most of North America. There are many things that you can be doing to keep your pet’s mouth healthy, preventing dental tartar and gingivitis. The most important SINGLE thing is brushing your pet’s teeth, and this video gives you some good background, and clear directions. Enjoy! Dr Andrew P.S. In my webinars on… [Read more]

Dog Worms: How To Quickly Treat Them With Natural And Conventional Options

Friday, February 17th, 2012 Worms in dogs are very common, with up to 1/3 of all dogs being infected with intestinal parasites; roundworms, tapeworms, coccidia and giardia. In this article, I’ll go over the most common types of worms, and how you can tell if your dog has worms. I’ll then go on to show you how to prevent dog worms, and give the… [Read more]

Dog Diarrhea: How To Quickly Stop It At Home

Friday, February 10th, 2012 You have seen this many times; soft, liquidy poop found in a pile on the rug under the kitchen table. In this article I am going to go over the common causes of dog diarrhea, and how it is diagnosed based on the clinical signs. Lastly you will see the more common and most effective at home remedies to be… [Read more]

Ear Mites In Dogs And Cats: Top 5 Sure Fire Remedies That Work

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012 If your dog or cat is scratching their ears, you are probably wondering if they have ear mites. In this article I will explain what ear mites are, and how you can diagnose infection in your dog or cat. You will learn about the mite life cycle, how the mites spread, and the most effective holistic remedies to treat your… [Read more]

Dog Pain: 5 Natural Solutions To Stop It Fast

Friday, January 27th, 2012 Our dogs have signs and symptoms of pain much in the way that people do, but often this pain is unrecognized, not diagnosed, and hence not treated. In this article I will show you how to check if your dog is in pain, and the most common symptoms found in dog pain. I will cover the more common causes of… [Read more]

Prolotherapy: An alternative for repair of Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries In Dogs

Monday, January 23rd, 2012 Prolotherapy is defined as “proliferation therapy,” or “proliferative injection therapy”. It involves injecting an irritant type solution into the region of tendons or ligmaents to strengthen the weak tissues, causing scar tissue to form, and help re-stabilize the joint. Prolotherapy has been used for over 30 years to repair joint injuries in people. The injected material produces a thickening of… [Read more]

The Diagnosis and Winners

Monday, January 23rd, 2012 Last week I posted some Xrays, asking for a diagnosis. You guys are very smart, and I was surprised as to how many are able to interpret the Xrays, knowing what joint is involved, giving a diagnosis and suggesting treatment. Many of you guessed correctly, but I was specifically looking for the most likely underlying cause. 3 winners were chosen,… [Read more]

Guess the Diagnosis and Win!

Monday, January 9th, 2012 These are Rads from a 6 year old Retriever cross.. ( a former shelter dog) The dog had a 4 week history of lameness. Pain on palpation of this area of the leg, with a slight swelling medially ( in the middle). I am wanting you to tell me 1. What area of the leg is this? 2. What’s your… [Read more]

Dog Ear Infection: How To Finally Stop It With Natural Remedies

Thursday, January 5th, 2012 If your dog has been shaking his head and scratching at his ears, then he likely has an ear infection. Ear infections in dogs are very common but often very frustrating; they can quickly and often do re-occur leaving you wondering if you can ever get rid of them. This article will go over the most common causes of ear… [Read more]

Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM