Is Your Pet in Pain?

Is Your Pet in Pain?

Because they can’t tell us, somehow we have to figure out when our pets are in pain. This quest for clear indications of pain is applicable for any animal species, not only dogs and cats, but also reptiles, birds, horses, and any other species with which we share our...
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...
New Help for Horses with Wobbler’s Syndrome

New Help for Horses with Wobbler’s Syndrome

You noticed something “not quite right” with your horse. Nothing huge. A bit of clumsiness. Something amiss in the way he’s moving. A slight — but undeniable— change in his gait. After a bit of testing, your precious equine was diagnosed with Wobbler’s Syndrome,...
My Horse has EPM – What Do I Do?

My Horse has EPM – What Do I Do?

EPM — equine protozoal meningitis — is an infection of the nervous system caused by a parasite called Sarcocystis neurona. This parasite is carried by opossums and raccoons. So, how might it affect your horse? Well, if an infected opossum goes to the bathroom on hay...

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