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Miscellaneous

Posted on: November 6, 2019

Relief for An Itchy Pet

SCRATCH THAT! Relief for An Itchy Pets with Sublingual Immunotherapy by Dr. Laura Weis Published in the September 2019 issue of Natural Awakenings Allergies and skin problems continue to be the number one reason people seek veterinary care for their dogs, and allergic skin disease is the third most common problem seen in cats.  Helping Read the full article…

Miscellaneous

Posted on: November 6, 2019

Holistic Veterinary Medicine

HOLISTIC VETERINARY MEDICINE Helping Pets Reach Beyond Their Limits to Healing by Dr. David MacDonald Published in the August 2019 issue of Natural Awakenings In holistic veterinary medicine, the individual patient is valued, and the pet’s journey through life tells the story of their uniqueness. At times during this journey, there will be a need Read the full article…

General Health

Posted on: July 8, 2019

Pet Safety Plan for Emergency Preparedness

Are you and your pet prepared for an emergency or natural disaster? Having a pet safety plan could make a stressful situation a bit easier… From epic flooding in the Midwest to flash flooding and an increase in tornado damage in the Northeast, the need to be prepared for an emergency is real. Even if Read the full article…

Pet Nutrition

Posted on: July 8, 2019

Fermented Foods for Better Pet Health

FUR-mented Foods by Dr. Laura Weis Published in the July 2019 issue of Natural Awakenings What if there was a single way to help pets with such diverse chronic diseases as inflammatory bowel disease, allergic dermatitis, hypothyroidism, food sensitivities, leaky gut, periodontal disease, anxiety disorders, and even aid in cancer prevention and treatment?  Pharmaceutical companies Read the full article…

General Health

Posted on: April 9, 2019

Feline Asthma: Clearing the Airway

CLEARING THE AIRWAY Homeopathic Treatment of Feline Asthma by Dr. Laura Weis Published in the April 2019 issue of Natural Awakenings Feline asthma, like many chronic diseases that plague both humans and our companion animals, is a disease of inflammation.  In the initial stages, inflammatory and allergic responses in the respiratory system cause the production Read the full article…