Index: Pet health


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]

Dog Humping: Why Dogs Do It And What You Can Do To Stop It

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011 I recently read the headline of a ‘National Enquirer’ type magazine that claimed: ‘ Humping Dog Impregnates Man’s Leg’ If you happen to have a ‘humping dog’ problem, don’t fret, for leg pregnancy won’t happen.. BUT it did get me to thinking about how so many of our dog’s behaviours are misunderstood- including mounting or humping.. —————————- Why do they… [Read more]

Dog Flu Outbreak?

Friday, December 23rd, 2011 So this has been reported in the Wall Street Journal, as well as in various local media: “Active outbreaks of highly contagious canine influenza have been reported in New York and New Jersey in recent months. The virus also has been detected in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Colorado and Texas and is being investigated in California, according to Merck & Co., which… [Read more]

Fungal toxins ALLOWED to be in your pet’s food

Tuesday, December 20th, 2011 There has been more than a few pet food recalls lately- A Dry Iams Dog food was recently recalled – the recall was limited to a small number of bags, BUT the wording of the recall concerned me, and it should concern you. What BOTHERS me is that a fungal toxin is ALLOWED to be in pet food at all.… [Read more]

Vet Costs: A Former Practicing Veterinarian Reveals His Top 5 Secrets To Dramatically Lower Them

Friday, December 16th, 2011 Veterinary Care is expensive. I should know, for I am a Veterinarian who owned a Veterinary Hospital for nearly 15 years. Veterinary Medicine has changed dramatically in the last 30 years; gone are the days of James Herriot when Veterinarians treated every type of animal, and regularly made house calls. This article will give you an understanding of why veterinary… [Read more]

Feline Urine: 5 Natural Solutions To Treat Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease At Home.

Friday, December 9th, 2011 If your cat is frequently urinating, and having a recurring problem with bladder infections, then they likely have a condition now known as Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease. This is a frustrating health condition, but there are many more options than just conventional medication. This article will show you the signs of urinary disease, go over some of the causes,… [Read more]

Seizures In Dogs: The 5 Most Important Natural Remedies

Thursday, December 1st, 2011 If your dog has epilepsy, then you really should be looking at some of the alternative remedies for treating seizures. Conventional treatment typically consists of 2 veterinary drugs, Phenobarbital and Potassium bromide, which both have numerous side effects. This article will cover the types of seizures in dogs, causes, and the most important natural remedies. A seizure is defined as… [Read more]

“Dr. Andrew Jones: Selling “Secrets” and Lies finally has a price”

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011 I recently googled my name and came up with this: “Dr. Andrew Jones: Selling “Secrets” and Lies finally has a price” It comes up on a blog called skeptvet, run by a supposed very anonymous veterinarian… Here is some of what is said: I once referred briefly to Dr. Andrew Jones in a previous post as an example of one… [Read more]

Cat Urine Odor: Top Ways To Stop It Fast And Remove the Smell

Friday, November 25th, 2011 Cats are wonderful companions, but when they start to urinate in the wrong places, such as in your carpet or on your couch, then your companion becomes not so wonderful. In this article I will show you the top reasons why cats urinate inappropriately, the top ways to solve this, plus my most effective at home remedy to eliminate the… [Read more]

PETA killing 86% of animals in their care

Thursday, November 24th, 2011 The animal rights group PETA is often in the news with flashy billboards, naked celebrities, and pretty dramatic claims. But now there are documented reports that PETA kills most of the animals in their care. A group called, ‘PETA Kills Animals’ cites figures self-reported by the animal charity showing since 1998 it euthanized more than 25,000 pets; nearly 86% of… [Read more]

Dr Jones given the HIGHEST fines ever?

Monday, November 21st, 2011 Currently I am trying to finish a ‘real’ book about my trials and tribulations- specifically the College of Veterinarians Inquiry Committee Report into yours truly…Dr Andrew Jones In researching the book, I am trying to document some of the fines and charges against veterinarians who have been charged with professional misconduct. And I am finding serious cases here..those who have… [Read more]


Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM