There have been some interesting developments in the area of dog and cat nutrition in the "mainstream" of research. Although not a surprise to me, I am delighted to report that the findings are very compatible with my personal recommendations. (The only difference is t...

May 24, 2017

One of the rapidly growing specialties in veterinary medicine is dentistry. The increasing awareness of dental health behooves me to discuss my holistic perspective. Conventional medicine believes that tartar and calculus on the teeth are the result of not keeping the...

February 15, 2017

As a veterinarian in South Florida, I have see more than my share of flea problems. I am very often asked what can be done naturally to eliminate flea problems. What I am about to tell you will probably come as a shock. HEALTHY PETS DO NOT HAVE PROBLEMS WITH FLEAS. Not...

November 23, 2016

Traumeel/T-Relief/Traulevium: ANY injury, acute inflammation. Drops, tablets.

Dissolve one tablet or ten drops in one tablespoon water. Start by giving five to ten drops every 15 – 20 minutes. After two – three hours, pain/inflammation should start to improve. Reduce fr...

Many People had ask that in  EggShellent Calcium instructions is instructed to give one teaspoon (1900 mg of calcium) for each one pound of food.  Everywhere else we have seen that the dosage should be 900 mg for every one pound of food.  Can we explain why our dosage...

Unfortunately, one of the most common chronic health problems facing companion animals today is chronic renal (kidney) failure. It is one of the major causes of death in cats. It occurs in dogs, as well, but not as commonly. Most of those who have been diagnosed with c...

July 1, 2016

Glands are organs that secrete substances which produce a physiological response.  They need nutritional support like other tissues.  Exocrine glands secrete onto the skin or mucous membranes.  Endocrine glands secrete substances whose functions are within the body e.g...

June 30, 2016

The importance of magnesium and trace minerals (those needed in small quantities) is often overlooked. These vital elements are required for many functions. Magnesium is involved in virtually every reaction within every cell. It is critical in heart function, nerve con...

 

In 1997, Pfizer introduced what was to become one of the most prescribed drugs in veterinary medicine, Rimadyl. As is often the case with new drugs, the package insert stated that there were no significant side effects. Nearly 3 years later, Rimadyl accounts for 33.3%...

Veterinarians commonly diagnose dogs and cats as having seizure disorders (epilepsy, for example.) Medicine generally considers these incurable. If the seizures occur often enough, medical practitioners prescribe an anti-convulsant drug such as phenobarbital, dilantin...

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