Study after study has shown that the full moon does NOT have strange effects and it certainly can not and does not effect your dogs health. However is it the same as giving kids sugar? Every mom will tell you that their kids act more wild and hyperactive when given sugar, but every study shows [...]
Well the first e-Vet Clinic Weekly newsletter went out this evening.
What you did not get one? You are not signed up for the newsletter??? Well then you better get signed up…
Every Friday or maybe Saturday morning, I will be sending out a newsletter. It will have of course an article on dog health and one [...]
OK this is not about Meme (my Border Collie) or even Ollie (my old guy) but rather the website – The Life of My Dog
The Life of My Dog is the brainchild of Kate and David Marshall and I have to say it is a great concept. They sell a memoir book about your dog…that’s [...]
Three of the most common injuries in a performance dog are Cranial Cruciate Rupture (blown knee), Supraspinatus/Infraspinatus Strains (shoulder muscle strain), and the Psoas group muscle strain. As an animal chiropractor I see a lot of Psoas muscle injuries; lets talk about how to prevent this from occurring.
First the psoas muscle group are deep stomach [...]
I received an email from a client asking about Previcox that their traditional veterinarian prescribed their dog. She wanted to know if the drug really was safe or is it going to affect the dogs health negatively.
Here is what I wrote to her…
Previcox is just another Non Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory (NSAID) with all the same [...]
Is your dog being overvaccinated and your vet is not following the new guidelines? How many of you are still getting annual “shots” for your dog? Has your vet told you that there is a “new” protocol for vaccinating your dog? I say “new” loosely because the guidelines have been around for over 5 years [...]
That title is correct federal health experts in Atlanta today are expected to announce that the Canine Rabies Virus has been eliminated from the United States and Canada. There has not been a case of Canine Rabies in 2 years. Heres a link to a news story about it –
Canine rabies wiped out, experts say
Surgery in my dog? What should I do Femoral Head Osteotomy (FHO) or Total Hip Replacement (THR)?? This is the question from an email I received concerning a little dog with Legg Calve Perthes disease – a degenerative disease that affects the head of the femur, the long bone in the leg that attaches to [...]
As you can see I have changed the name of the Blog.
It was a very, very, difficult decision, but I needed to change the title for better branding and easier search engine discovery.
There are more changes coming all for the better of this blog.
Please stay tuned we have a different name but a [...]