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Healthy Pets

With the holiday season fast approaching, there are a few things to keep in mind if you share your home with a four-legged friend. Many things that are commonplace during the holiday season can be dangerous and even deadly to dogs and cats. Here are some of the common problems…
Families with dogs can take advantage of dog parks, doggy day care, dog training classes and an ever-widening variety of interactive dog toys to keep our canine companions happy, healthy and well-behaved. Many people view cats as more independent, aloof and perhaps not so demanding of our attention and interaction.…
The holiday season can be particularly stressful for people coping with the loss of a pet. The holidays are naturally filled with traditions and memories — more so memories when we have lost a loved one. This is the time of the year we feel pressured to be happy and…
“I wish I had known this sooner!” “If I hadn’t fed my dog this food, maybe he wouldn’t have cancer.” “Why would they sell food/treats/toys that are bad for my pet?” When assisting customers in navigating the choices available to them and their pets in natural food choices, these are…
The holiday season is full of joy. But in the midst of decorating and socializing, pet owners may overlook the needs of their pets. Hectic schedules and homes full of unusual décor can throw pets off-kilter. No pet owner wants their pet to feel uncomfortable or suffer any injuries, so…
Many people use the terms “homeopathic” and “holistic” interchangeably when they are in fact two different things. “Holistic” is a philosophy in which the whole being — mind, body and spirit — is considered, versus the individual parts. “Homeopathic” describes a type of holistic medicine. I find the field of…
Did you know that pumpkins are one of the most useful vegetables for your carnivore cat and omnivorous dog? Stock up in fall when they are plentiful and economical. You will be amazed at how the incorporation of this food into your pet’s menu can enhance his or her well-being!…
Pet owners must make a bevy of decisions regarding their pets. What to feed their animals, how often to exercise them and how to curtail certain behaviors are a few of the more significant decisions facing pet owners every day. Choosing a veterinarian is another important decision pet owners must…
One of the emotions many pet parents struggle with is guilt over the loss of a beloved pet. Our pets give us unconditional love and acceptance, and when they are hurt or ill we are faced with making medical decisions for them. They cannot talk to tell us what they…
What is bicom (or bioresonance) therapy? Bicom is a noninvasive, painless therapy for hundreds of chronic diseases in animals. Information is gathered from an animal’s electromagnetic frequencies through a computer called the “BICOM.” Bicom stands for BIologic COMmunication. Tissues and cells in a body can be viewed from two different…
Death comes to us all, and every culture has a unique way of dealing with death. Common to many cultures is the act of remembering the dead. The definition of remembering is to have or to bring in one’s mind an awareness of someone one has seen, known or experienced…
As a holistic veterinarian, I would like to remind you, as a pet guardian, that your pets’ well-being is dependent upon and influenced by your emotional and physical health. Take care of yourself! There are many human health practitioners, resources and products that can help you with your healthy life…
For the past few years, it has been all over the news: Common dog treats, often chicken jerkies, are poisoning dogs all over the United States. Dogs Naturally Magazine reports that by October 2013, as reported to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 3,600 dogs had been sickened and 580…
When our pets near the end of their lives, we are charged with the responsibility of making medical decisions for them. We also have the responsibility of administering medications and paying for medical treatments and tests — and we do this all without the benefit of an advanced care directive…
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