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Thursday, October 21, 2021

Deer velvet antler applications in the veterinary setting

Studies are demonstrating that deer velvet antler has a long, impressive, and rapidly-growing list of positive benefits. Integrative veterinarians owe it to their clients to...

Nutrition and homeopathy — How they work together

Good nutrition forms the foundation of good health. Homeopathy and nutrition form a powerful synergistic force to bring healthy balance to individuals. Classical homeopathic...

Teaching clients to shine the light of BEAM on their pets’ health

Short for Behavior, Energy, Appetite, and Mood, BEAM represents the context of health for each patient. It shifts the client’s focus from current symptoms to...

Supporting pet vision

A lifelong commitment that includes client education and antioxidant support. In the veterinary clinic, dogs and cats are most often seen for eye problems when...

Pharmacy vs. Farmacy

How nutrient deficiency, toxicity, and lifestyle are making veterinary patients more dependent on the pharmacy medical model. We have reached a pivotal period in the...

Microbiome Restorative Therapy (MBRT) for pancreatitis and other GI issues

For patients with GI problems, MBRT therapy is more beneficial than Fecal Microbiota Transplantation. Since the gut has over 500 species and 1,000 subspecies of...
Cannabis therapy: the other antioxidant   

Cannabis therapy: the other antioxidant   

Cannabis provides a promising new pharmacotherapy for many different diseases in canine and feline patients. Hemp is cannabis containing 0.3% tetrahhydrocannabinol or less by...

There are no bad cats: using pheromones to communicate calm

Pheromones are natural chemical signals that animals of the same species use to communicate and interact with one another. Cats and dogs of all...
Antioxidant supplementation in felines

Antioxidant supplementation in felines

Supplementation with antioxidants can help support the vision and overall health of hypertensive cats. Oxidative stress is essential for normal cellular and body functions, but...

A new framework for chronic GI disease in dogs and cats

Chronic enteropathy (CE) is the term now used to describe long-term gastrointestinal disease that lacks a specific diagnosis in canine and feline patients. Gastrointestinal complaints...