Rabies Vaccine and How it Harms Your Dog

Rabies Vaccine and How it Harms Your Dog

Very rarely will we take another’s work and re-blog, but this veterinarian has nailed rabies vaccinations on the head. When it comes to the rabies vaccine we have plenty to say, however this time we will let a veterinarian take the reigns. “There are countless ways rabies vaccination can harm your dog – often permanently. I’m going to tell you about…

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Relieve the Itch with Nature's Benadryl: Quercetin

Relieve the Itch with Nature’s Benadryl: Quercetin

Relieve the Itch with Nature’s Benadryl: Quercetin     Allergies in Dogs and Cats have become an epidemic. Veterinary clinics are being flooded with patients of allergy symptoms and nearly half of all dogs you meet have some sort of food restriction. Often times allergies are due to a particular food and once the culprit is found, a solution can…

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Fleas and Ticks

Fleas and Ticks

FLEAS AND TICKS   THE DREADFUL SUMMER MONTHS As most of you know, just as the weather starts getting warmer and we can finally spend much of our time outside, the fleas and ticks come out.  Unfortunately, the mild weather and high humidity create the perfect breeding environment for these pesky critters, causing their populations to explode. Of course, we…

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Kennel Cough in Dogs

Kennel Cough in Dogs

WHAT IS KENNEL COUGH? Kennel cough, also known as canine infectious tracheobronchitis, is an upper respiratory infection in dogs. It is highly contagious and was named for the fact that it is commonly spread between shelter dogs or dogs living in tight quarters. Viral and bacterial causes of kennel cough are spread via airborne droplets from sneezing  and coughing. Symptoms…

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Liver Disease in Dogs

Liver Disease in Dogs

WHAT DOES THE LIVER DO? The liver is the body’s largest and one of the most important organs. It is responsible for making many of the chemicals the body needs to function properly, it breaks down substances and detoxifies the blood, and also acts as a storage unit for vitamins and minerals. Because the liver acts as a filter and works…

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