A Super Quick, Inexpensive Measure of Pet Health – Urine pH

A Super Quick, Inexpensive Measure of Pet Health – Urine pH

Last week, we talked briefly about acid-base balance. Today’s topic ties in directly with that – urine pH. Normal urine pH should be between 6.5 and 7.0. A pH measure of 7.0 is neutral – neither acid nor alkaline. One of the things your veterinarian evaluates when...
How “Ozone” Therapy is Used in Veterinary Medicine

How “Ozone” Therapy is Used in Veterinary Medicine

Last week we described what ozone is: three reactive oxygen molecules in a loose bond which can be used for health benefits. This week I want to highlight some of the many benefits of ozone in ozone veterinary medicine: Treat Skin Wounds Skin wounds heal faster with...
What is Ozone Therapy?

What is Ozone Therapy?

What is ozone? Ozone is also called a greenhouse gas. It is the electrifying smell in the air after a strong thunderstorm. Ozone protects the earth from the sun’s rays. Ozone consists of three oxygen molecules in a loose bond; as compared to the normal oxygen we...
Alternative Medicine for Your Pet

Alternative Medicine for Your Pet

One of the great things about alternative medicine is it helps so many patients and in so many different ways. I would like to share a few examples with you: Recently, a friend of mine was having vertigo, a terrible case of dizziness that did not stop. The neurologist...
Can Acupuncture Help Eye Disease in my Pet?

Can Acupuncture Help Eye Disease in my Pet?

So, your pet has been diagnosed with eye disease and you’re probably wondering what you can do to ease their suffering and create the best possible outcome. I get it. The good news is that acupuncture, often performed by your own holistic veterinarian, is a great...

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