Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Assessing and Monitoring CKD

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is now the most common problem seen in older feline patients. It is less common in dogs, but we are...

Feng Shui in the clinic setting

Feng Shui is an ancient art of placement that can help you and your colleagues maintain wellbeing and harmony in the workplace. Veterinary medicine is...

Bowen Therapy – Does It Work?

Can a hands-on technique really help laminitis pain, musculoskeletal problems (mild, severe/acute and chronic) TMJ and digestive issues, as well as reduce anxiety and...

Winter Feeding For Horses

As nature slips toward dormancy in winter, hay becomes the forage of choice for most horses. Once fresh grass is cut, dried and stored as...

The Case For Whole Foods

For decades, clinical nutrition was used supportively for common diseases, but in recent years our viewpoint has changed. “ has emerged as a cornerstone...

Antimicrobial Enzymes – an effective alternative to antibiotics

Sir Alexander Fleming’s discovery of penicillin nearly 85 years ago changed the world of medicine forever. Since then, antibiotics have saved millions of lives...
Maintaining joint health in dogs

Maintaining joint health in dogs

Providing dogs with the right amount of antioxidants and fatty acids can assist in the metabolizing of joint supplements and boost their quality of...

The Role of Diet & Supplementation in Cancer Care

Cancer is one of the most common issues we deal with in small animal practice. Just as the causes are complex, so are the...

Preventing “Bad Hair” Days

About 95% of a dog’s body is covered with hair. Besides making the dog soft and huggable, this coat helps protect the skin and...
Winter lameness in dogs

Winter lameness in dogs

Injuries sustained by active dogs that play, run or work in winter conditions can be diagnostically challenging. A thorough exam is essential in dealing...