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Fur Times | June 4, 2020

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What is Leaky Bowel Syndrome? (Part 2- Treatment)

March 20, 2016 |

Next, I’d like to explain how I approach Leaky Bowel Syndrome when treating patients. The first aspect of improving an animal’s intestinal environment involves making dietary changes. Every pet has a different level of reactivity to food borne allergens, so finding out your pet’s specific food allergies may require some watchful experimentation. Read More

Cosmo: My Unorthodox Dog and His Lessons of Love and Second Chances

March 19, 2016 |

Cosmo has the personality of a frat house brother who’s big on Greek life. As a member of say, Alpha Delta Phi, he’d wear sunglasses at night, sport a toga and at the end of the night, he’d be the one smashing the beer can against his forehead. As the life of the party and true to his exuberant spirit, his entire body would wiggle and shimmer and oscillate. Cosmo is one entertaining pooch. Read More

Common Feline Diseases

March 19, 2016 |

Cats are wonderful companions, and those who have had the privilege of owning one, know that there are certain diseases that tend to occur in older felines. Knowing about them and their symptoms can help provide a better quality of life for your pet. Read More

Does My Pet Need Vitamins?

March 18, 2016 |


It’s an unfortunate reality that most people in the U.S. live with some kind of vitamin deficiency despite efforts to educate the population on how to eat better. Read More

Does My Dog Need Physical Therapy?

February 23, 2016 |

Dogs and people often suffer from the same medical conditions. When it comes to diseases of the muscles, bones, joints and nerves, dogs, like people, respond remarkably well to physical therapy and rehabilitation programs that are developed to meet their individual needs. Read More