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Equine Ulcers

When faced with a diagnosis of ulcers in their horses, many clients are shocked. “My horse could not possibly be stressed. I give him...

Rethinking Equine Vaccinations – Part 2

In the first part of this series, we discussed the benefits and potential side effects of vaccinations, which provide an important means of protecting...

Herb-Drug Interactions

Holistic practitioners are often confronted with difficult decisions regarding which treatments to use for complicated cases. It’s not uncommon to manage a pet taking...

Cognitive Disorder

Cognitive disorder (dog and cat Alzheimer’s) is the most common chronic degenerative neurological disorder affecting older pets. While the exact incidence is not known,...

The Pros of Partial Spay

Spaying has become such a standard practice that many of us don't give it a second thought. We know it's absolutely necessity to help...

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

Winter feeding for horses

Transitioning horses to a hay diet during the cold weather months may lead to deficiencies in key nutrients and a need for supplementation. Here's...
The case for whole foods

The case for whole foods

Here's how our understanding of pet nutrition has changed, and why whole foods are still touted as the optimal option. For decades, clinical nutrition was...