Vet’s Corner

Advice from experts in the field of veterinary medicine

Most Common Questions Asked of Holistic Veterinarians

Expert Roundup

Onpets wanted to find out what the most common question is – and the answer – that holistic veterinarians receive from pet parents.  We consulted with a number of veterinarians around the country who practice integrative veterinary medicine …

Bemer Therapy for improved oxygen utilization

Dr. John Simon is very excited about the beneficial potential of Bemer Therapy, a non-invasive, painless therapy he uses on his patients to help them improve cellular oxygen utilization. Here is what he asked us to share with the Onpets …

Holiday Advice from our Panel of Veterinarians

The holidays are upon us!

This year, Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwanzaa all happen or begin between December 24 and 26 so there will be holiday cheer all the way into 2017.  With all the special foods, decorations, travel, visitors, stress …

Dr. Halle on the Pros and Cons of Vaccinations

Interview with Erika Halle, DVM about the pros and cons of vaccinating your fur baby.

  1. What are vaccines and what are they ideally supposed to do?

Vaccines generally contain some form or part of an infectious agent (bacteria or virus). …

Interview with Dr. Randall about Serenegy

Interview with Amy Randall, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACDV about Serenegy

  1. What is your philosophy with regard to the food and treats a responsible pet parent should feed her companion animals?

Food and treats should be good quality, limited ingredient proteins …

Dr. Randall On Immunotherapy and Allergy Diagnosis and Treatment

Interview with Amy Randall, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACDV about veterinary immunotherapy and allergy diagnosis and treatment

  1. What is veterinary immunotherapy?

immunotherapy oral treatmentImmunotherapy is the use of FDA standardized allergens (pollens, house dust mites, molds) in a liquid formulation which is administered …

10 Common Veterinary Medicine Specialties Explained

If you’re lucky and your companion animal remains healthy throughout her life, you may never need to see a veterinary specialist. If you do end up needing an expert, veterinary medicine specialists, like our own medical specialists, receive advanced training …