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Dietary Optimization: Fats in Dog and Cat Diets

We all want our dog and/or cat to have shining fur, to be mentally bright and physically fit. We know that how we feed our furry family members has a huge impact on their health and well-being. We worry about protein levels to maintain muscles mass and to keep carbohydrate levels low for minimizing inflammation.  […]

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Cannabinoids in Veterinary Medicine

A recent CBC radio documentary on using medical marijuana in dog makes this blog very timely.

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An amazing trip to the 2016 AHVMA Conference

On Friday, Sept 9, Dr. Bishop, myself and one of our technicians, Heather Trimm, embarked on an adventure.  We left for Columbus, Ohio to attend the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association’s 2016 Conference. 

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Herbal Treatments for Hemagiosarcoma

Conventional veterinary medicine has a long history of borrowing from holistic medicine (ie. glucosamine, S-ame, milk thistle, colostrum etc.)and it now seems that many cancer patients will benefit from the interest Board Certified veterinary oncologists are paying to Chinese herbal medicine.

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Heartworm: Risks in Nova Scotia

Insect vector diseases are nasty organisms carried inside ticks or mosquitos and passed on to our pets or us through a bite.  You will hear most about heartworm and Lyme here in Nova Scotia.  Your decisions on how to deal with the potential dangers to your pets should be based on an understanding of the […]

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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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