Index: Pet health

Why Your Dog Eats Feces and What You Can Do To Stop It Now

Friday, November 9th, 2012 Dogs unfortunately commonly eat their own feces, or another dog’s poop; it’s a very disturbing and frustrating behavioral problem for pet owners. The veterinary term for this is called coprophagia, and you may find some comfort in knowing that this is quite normal. This article will give you an understanding as to why dogs eat feces, along with what you… [Read more]

Cold In Your Cat: Holistic Remedies For The Cat Flu

Monday, November 5th, 2012 Your cat is suddenly sneezing, with runny eyes, and you may be asking yourself: Does my cat have a cold or the cat flu? In this article I will give you a better understanding of what the cat flu is, and in particular what causes this. More importantly you will find out which natural at home remedies work, and the… [Read more]

Pets And Halloween: 7 Tips To Keeping Your Pet Safe

Friday, October 26th, 2012 Halloween is almost here, the children are excited, but there are some pet safety tips you should be aware of. Before I show you these, you should see some recent pictures of myself, and family Guinea pig dressed up for the big day! Dr J as a woman (yes this is somewhat scary 🙂 ) Super Oreo.. Emergency clinics see… [Read more]

Cesar Milan Is Wrong: How To Stop Dog Biting The Right Way

Friday, October 19th, 2012 If you have a dog that bites, it is probably fear based; you are likely wondering exactly what you can do to stop it. This unwanted dog behavior is often confused with dominance aggression, when it is really far from it. This article will give a thorough explanation of what fear biting is, including the subtle signs and common causes.… [Read more]

Dog And Cat Vomiting: At Home Remedies That Work

Friday, October 12th, 2012 If your dog or cat is vomiting, you are wondering a few things. Is this serious? Is there anything safe that I can give my dog or cat to stop the vomiting now? In this article I’ll go into the detailed signs, and most common causes of vomiting in our pets. You’ll see how to distinguish between vomiting and regurgitation,… [Read more]

Dog Vestibular Disease: What To Do If Your Pet Has A Head Tilt

Friday, October 5th, 2012 If your older dog has a sudden loss of balance, he may have a condition called vestibular disease. In this article I will go over the most common signs of dog vestibular disease, and the likely causes. Then I will cover the top 5 remedies that you can do to heal your dog’s vestibular disease at home. The signs of… [Read more]

What To Do If Your Dog Or Cat Has A Fever

Friday, September 28th, 2012 If your dog or cat has a fever, you are probably very concerned, and have a number of questions. In this article I’ll reveal to you the most common causes of fever in cats and dogs, plus the signs to be aware of. Then I’ll go into the top 5 remedies that you can immediately use to help your pet’s… [Read more]

Dog Smell: How To Stop The Foul Odor

Friday, September 21st, 2012 If your dog smells, and you are thinking twice about even having your dog inside, then you definitely need to read this article. Your dog does produce a ‘normal’ odor, primarily through the variety of glands found in their skin, ears, and paws. But your dog can also have a serious and unpleasant smell, such as from skin infections, and… [Read more]

How To Quickly Stop Dog Chewing

Friday, September 14th, 2012 Dog chewing is a completely normal behavior, but destructive chewing is inappropriate, and needs to be quickly stopped. In this article you will learn why dogs chew, whether you have a puppy or an adult dog. Prevention really is you best option, and you will find the top tips here. Lastly you’ll learn the most important holistic veterinary remedies to… [Read more]

Natural Pet Food: Is It Really Worth The Cost?

Friday, September 7th, 2012 Should you be choosing a natural/organic pet food, or just feed a less expensive conventional brand? This question is on more pet owner’s minds in light of a recent Stanford University study which concluded that: “organic produce probably is no more nutritious than conventional produce.” This article will show you why you really should be feeding organic pet food, and… [Read more]

Bloat: What You Need To Know

Friday, August 31st, 2012 Bloat is one of the most serious health conditions that can affect your dog, and it is imperative that you know what it is and how to recognize it. In this article you will find exactly what bloat, (otherwise known as gastric dilation and volvulus) is, along with the causes of bloat. You will see all of the symptoms of… [Read more]

Pet Euthanasia: 10 Points To Help You Decide

Friday, August 17th, 2012 There were many months at the clinic I have had to euthanize far too many dogs and cats. They generally were all been for very legitimate reasons..Cancer ( 4 patients), Paralysis, Bleeding Disorders, End Stage Kidney Failure..etc.. It seems that more of this happens during the Holiday Season. I’m not sure if that is true, or if it had more… [Read more]

Dr. Andrew Jones, DVM