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Understanding the endocannabinoid system in cats and dogs

Gaining a deeper understanding of the role and function of the endocannabinoid system in dogs and cats can aid you in talking to your...

New painless insulin injections for diabetic pets!

This innovative easy-to-use device will deliver pain-free insulin injections to dogs and cats with diabetes. Here’s how you can invest in this game-changing new...

Veterinary rehabilitation optimizes clinical outcomes

Rehabilitation therapy for canine patients improves functional outcomes post-operatively, and helps with neurological conditions, intervertebral disc disease and soft tissue injuries. The goal of veterinary...

Hospice home care products for pets

From mobility support to hygiene to pain management, these hospice products help improve quality of life for palliative patients at home. A pet’s end-of-life...

Integrative ways to optimize mobility in older animals

Integrative medicine has earned a place as first-line treatment for veterinary patients, especially older animals with pain, neurological compromise or debilitating arthritis. When clients complain...

Herbs offer safe, effective pain management

An herbal approach to pain can address the causes of discomfort, has few to no side effects, and can be used over a long...

Alternative pain control for surgeries and injuries

From laser and ozone therapy to herbs, acupuncture and chiropractic, there are many ways to help patients with pain arising from surgery and injury.  No...

Promoting healing with prolotherapy

Prolotherapy is a longstanding medical technique that treats pain by stimulating the body to repair damaged and loose ligaments. Prolotherapy is not a new method...

TCVM – assessment and care for geriatric patients

The primary goal is to promote quality of life rather than cure disease. Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine can help accomplish this goal. As the life...

Understanding and diagnosing headache in animals

To be able to successfully treat and relieve headaches in companion animals, we first have to notice and “diagnose” them, while remaining undeterred by...