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Therapeutic Massage For Pets

When asked to write about therapeutic massage in pets, I don’t know where to start! Do I start with why it’s one of my favorite parts of my job? How it can help pets? What the process looks like? As my mother would always tell me, “Well, why don’t you start at the beginning?” How […]

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Food and Skin Disorders Part 3: Building a Diet for

  When food is the primary driving force behind your pet’s itchy skin, chronic recurring yeast and bacterial infections, then you and your veterinary team need to embark on an investigation to determine what your dog or cat can eat that will not stimulate an inflammatory response.  An elimination diet process is still the gold […]

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Food and Skin Disorders Part 1: Feeding for Optimal Health and Wellbeing

  What is the role of food in the common skin problems of our pets?  Can all itchy dogs have their problems solved with a hydrolyzed protein diet or switching to raw food? How should you and your veterinary team proceed? These are important questions and understanding the answers will lead to more realistic expectations […]

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10 Tips for Feline Wellness

1. Make Yearly Vet Visits a Routine — Almost twice as many cats than dogs never visit the veterinarian. Preventive care examinations or check-ups for all cats should occur a minimum of once yearly, and more frequently for senior cats and those with chronic conditions. During the physical examination, veterinarians assess your cats current health, and also can often […]

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Veterinary Chiropractic

  As many of my clients know, this year I was fortunate enough to be able to pursue one of my career goals/ dreams, and take the Animal Chiropractic course through the Veterinary Chiropractic Learning Centre, www.veterinarychiropractic.ca.  This is not a light endeavor; the course is over 220 hours of classroom and hands-on learning.  There […]

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Fun Halloween Safety Tips for Pets

Treats for everyone! Many human treats on Halloween are toxic to pets.

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