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Thursday, August 6, 2020

Evidence-based Medicine For Animal Supplements – Part 2

Everyone remembers the issue with melamine contamination in pet food in 2007. It resulted in Senate hearings during which three areas of concern for...
Focus on acupressure

Focus on acupressure

The intent of acupressure is to maintain or replenish a harmonious flow of blood and life-promoting energy called chi throughout the body. In accord with...
Chemicals and environmental contaminants in dogs and cats

Chemicals and environmental contaminants in dogs and cats

A case study looking at small animal exposure levels to toxic chemicals and how these environmental contaminants can adversely affect both cats and dogs.  In...

Go Team!

For years, veterinarians have been told that the success of their practices relied on doing the jobs they were trained to do, and allowing...

Thyroid Dysfunction & Aberrant Behavior

Many veterinarians are unaware of how to properly test and diagnose their patients in order to identify the early stages of this disease process,...

Hospice Care

Hospice care for terminally ill animals and their families is showing steady growth in demand and supply, and veterinarians are receiving more requests from...

Expanding Your Services

Interest in integrative medicine is rising every year in both the human and veterinary fields. Adding integrative treatment options to your practice helps your...
Veterinary massage

Veterinary massage

Massage is an increasingly popular and effective therapy that has numerous applications and makes a valuable addition to the integrative practice. Massage has become a...

Is Your Patient Depressed?

Annie didn’t seem herself. She was grumpy and didn’t have much appetite. She seemed lethargic and uninterested in activities she had always enjoyed. Once...
Rehab for a torn CCL

Rehab for a torn CCL

Whether or not surgery is needed to correct a ruptured cranial cruciate ligament (CCL), rehab is necessary to get an injured dog back to...