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Feeding the indoor cat for health and longevity

As obligate carnivores, feline physiology explains why the diets of indoor cats need to model those of their wilder relatives.  As obligate carnivores, cats require...

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in cats – a silent killer

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) often goes undiagnosed until a cat is in heart failure. Understanding HCM can help early disease detection and client education. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy...

Stem cell therapy for FCGS

Major research projects have been exploring the use of adipose-sourced stem cells in the treatment of FCGS — a debilitating feline disease. A promising area...

Guided bone regeneration (GBR) in the treatment of cat stomatitis

This treatment alternative completely and permanently reverses the oral inflammation and pain evidenced in feline stomatitis patients. Animal dentists have been investigating feline stomatitis for...

Integrative therapy for brain tumors

Using integrative therapy modalities for the treatment of neoplasia in cats and dogs can help increase the changes for recovery. Central nervous system neoplasia in...

Acupuncture can manage pain in cancer patients

For both feline and canine cancer patients, acupuncture is a useful modality which can improve pain control and quality of life. Pain is one of...

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...

Antimicrobial Enzymes – an effective alternative to antibiotics

Have you considered holistic alternatives to treat  antibiotic-resistant superbugs? Learn about the positive benefits found in antimicrobial enzymes. Sir Alexander Fleming’s discovery of penicillin nearly...

The role of diet & supplementation in cancer care

Pets with cancer are very common in small animal practices. Learn more about how diet can be a tailored treatment plan for some patients. Cancer...