Index: Dog Health

How to treat your dog or cat for SHOCK

Friday, May 27th, 2011 Exactly what to do to help your pet survive on the way to the emergency veterinarian. Shock occurs in a number of ways, from Car accidents, Bite Wounds, Bleeding, Hyperthermia… the list is HUGE. Because it can happen in so many ways, you should know how to initially treat your dog for shock. Study the article carefully, because there is… [Read more]

Animals rescued from Slave Lake Fires

Friday, May 20th, 2011 Hello fellow readers. Many of you may not be aware of a devastating Wildfire that happened last Sunday in a Canadian town called Slave Lake. Flames continued to flicker into the nighttime skies above Slave Lake after a devastating, fast moving wildfire caught community officials off guard. The damage is catastrophic. Hundreds of homes, churches and businesses in the northern… [Read more]

Sled dog killing in British Columbia

Wednesday, May 4th, 2011 Earlier this year it came to light that over 100 sled dogs were killed as the owner ran into financial difficulty and could no longer afford them. This caused a MAJOR public outcry…especially with having so many dogs killed at once. And the ONLY reason the story came to light is that an employee at the company filed a successful… [Read more]

Help Second Chance Shelter – and your own pets!

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011 Here’s a way you can help the Second Chance Animal Shelter and your own pets: You can get my Complete Dog and Cat Health Home Study Course for 75% OFF, and give the Second Chance shelter some much needed financial help! Help your own pets by learning how to improve your pet’s health (and KEEP your pet healthy) with… [Read more]

Pet Radiation Risks and Treatment

Sunday, March 20th, 2011 Good Morning to you and your pets. ———————————— RADIATION Risks and Treatment ———————————— I have been receiving many questions about radiation risks to our pets, and potential prevention measures. At the current time there is NO radiation risk to our dogs and cats in North America following the earthquake and tsunami that caused severe damage to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear… [Read more]

Massive stray dog problem in Detroit

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011 This video highlights a huge stray dog problem in Detroit of which most of us are not aware.. Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy I want to leave you with a couple of KEY points.. 1. The issue of pet overpopulation is VERY real…we as a society need to better decrease the number of… [Read more]

Sleeping next to pets could be harmful?… NOT!!

Friday, February 25th, 2011 A recent University Study suggests that there are RISKS to sleeping with your pet. The 2 authors of the study, claim that: “There are private places in the household, and I think our pets should not go beyond next to the bed,” Chomel says. “Having a stuffed animal in your bed is fine, not a real one.” Chomel and co-author… [Read more]

Vet gets Licence Back

Thursday, February 17th, 2011 Source: CBC News A Vancouver veterinarian’s licence has been reinstated after a nasty battle with the College of Veterinarians of B.C. Hakam Singh Bhullar alleged racial bias was behind the allegations that lead the college to revoke his licence in Dec. 2009. He has been performing administrative duties since then. An inquiry by the college found Bhullar guilty of 17… [Read more]

15 Foods Dogs and Cats should Never Eat

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011 There are a number of common ‘human’ foods that your dogs and cat should NOT EAT… The important thing is to know exactly what to avoid. There are some very commonly known ones, such as Chocolate, Alcohol, and Coffee, but some lesser known ones such as Grapes, Nutmeg, Onion and the artificial sweetener in gum, Xyitol. In this article I… [Read more]

Dogs and Chocolate

Thursday, January 27th, 2011 ————————- Look out for Chocolate ————————- I have had MANY an emergency due to dogs and chocolate- this is becoming increasingly common. Veterinarians are seeing MORE chocolate toxicities, due to our increased desire to consume ‘healthier’ dark chocolate- BUT your pet only needs to consume 1/3 as much dark chocolate as opposed to milk chocolate to become seriously ill. In… [Read more]

TOP 3 Pet Cancer Prevention Tips

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011 My father died nearly a year ago of Bladder Cancer that had spread to his pelvis and likely his spine. I researched a TONNE on Urinary Bladder Cancer. In reading about bladder cancer and treatment options, I came across some very interesting studies. Many of the researchers talked about HOW to prevent bladder cancer, ( and other common cancers) in… [Read more]

How to get rid of Fleas Naturally

Friday, January 21st, 2011 GETTING RID OF FLEAS NATURALLY Fleas are one of THE most common reasons that dog and cat owners seek out a Veterinary clinic, yet unfortunately all that the Veterinarian can offer is a variety of potentially toxic insecticides. Dog and Cat owners are becoming increasingly concerned about the high number of side effects from conventional flea medication, and many are… [Read more]

Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM