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Sunday, November 28, 2021

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...

Addressing kerato-seborrheic disorders (KSD) in canine and feline patients

With an adapted topical approach, you can maintain a healthy skin barrier and alleviate kerato-seborrheic disorders. Kerato-seborrheic disorders (KSDs) are an increasingly common diagnosis seen...

For an animal’s health and homeostasis, look to the renal proximal tubule

Maintaining the healthy differentiated state of the renal proximal tubule should be the goal of every pet caregiver. In all mammals, the renal proximal tubule...
4 ways to avoid video fatigue when practicing telemedicine

4 ways to avoid video fatigue when practicing telemedicine

Telemedicine is the new norm for veterinary clinics, and in many ways it makes lives easier for practitioners and their clients. But there is...

Hemp Products: What Does Strain (Cultivar) Specificity Mean?

Not all cannabis (hemp) is created equal. There are hundreds, if not thousands of different cannabis (hemp) cultivars in the world. Cannabis itself is...
Emotions: a powerful tool for understanding health and disease in animals

Emotions: a powerful tool for understanding health and disease in animals

Research reveals that human emotions are powerful energies that impact both health and disease. Our emotions also impact those around us, including our companion...
The evolution of gut health – part 1

The evolution of gut health – part 1

Achieving optimal gut health in veterinary patient starts with an understanding of how important bacterial organisms are to the entire ecosystem of the planet. Bacterial...
Successful self-regulation: how NASC bridges a gap and elevates the standard for quality in dog and cat supplements

Successful self-regulation: how NASC bridges a gap and elevates the standard for quality in...

How a group of industry stakeholders joined forces to establish quality standards and secure the future of animal health supplements. Millions of people give animal health and nutritional...