Health

Learn about non-surgical, healthcare options for pets- from spaying/neutering to corneal ulcers and pet behavior issues, there are holistic solutions.

Your Senior Cat and Kidney Disease

A well cared for cat can live at least 20 years.  At most veterinary practices, cats 10 years and older qualify for ‘senior’ blood work but cats age so gracefully, they don’t start to look ‘old’ until 17 or so.  …

Exercise – You AND your pup need it!

You’ve heard the saying: If you are too heavy, your dog isn’t getting enough exercise! Regular exercise, be it daily walks, agility, romping with other furry friends or any number of other types of exercise, is a necessary component of …

Canine Deafness – Symptoms and Treatment

WHAT?? I’m not ignoring you – just can’t hear you!

 Hearing loss and deafness are relatively common among our canine companions but there are many causes, degrees of hearing loss and ways of addressing the situation.  As with humans, your …

Heart Healthy Food for Cats

We all want the best for our feline companions, and that means giving them what they need to live a long and healthy life. To that end, it’s crucial to provide your feline fur baby with a heart healthy diet …

Massage Therapy for Your Dog

Almost everyone enjoys and benefits from massage, even dogs. In both humans and animals, a good massage can reduce anxiety, lower blood pressure and promote overall health. For these and other reasons, massage is gaining acceptance in veterinary circles as …

Digestive Enzymes to Add to Your Cat’s Food

Cats are obligate carnivores and, when in the wild, will eat raw meat without a problem. This is because their bodies are equipped to break down raw meat and derive all of the nutrients from it, but it is also …