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Healthy Dogs – Wednesdays with Laura

Some of you may have heard of Doctors Without Borders, an international non-profit organization that provides medical help to people living in countries plagued by armed conflict, natural disasters, malnutrition, and epidemics. Well, there is also an organization called Veterinarians Without Borders that is dedicated  to “restoring the healthy natural balance between animals, people and […]

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Animal Chiropractic… A short History lesson

When I tell people that I am an animal chiropractor I get many different responses. Usually the person smiles and says, that is so interesting; I had no idea that was even possible. Then they ask me how do you adjust a dog? How would I know if my dog needs an adjustment? Do you […]

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Maureen - March 23, 2010 - 7:00 pm

I totally believe in chiropractic work on animals! I’ve witnessed its powers and have heard my dog sigh with relief after an adjustment, This was after another vet tried “conventional” meds that just didn’t work. How could they when my dogs neck and shoulder were out of place. My cats received chiro care as well and were purring the whole time! Acupuncture works wonders as well. Thanks for sharing the history.

Changes in Animal Health

Fellow Pet Lover, This is my first entry for Adrian’s wonderful new website. As you may know, different pet experts are contributing to this blog in their particular area of expertise. My intent is to inform you, educate you, and perhaps entertain you a little about the animal health world. I’ll try to give you […]

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Lexi - March 12, 2010 - 9:36 pm

Dr. Grif Haber, my thought isn’t really a question but a topic I think doggy people should be informed about. Recently, well about a year ago, my fiancee and I adopted out first puppy together, and given our luck, that puppy had almost every skin problem you could think of. Everything from bad dandruff to demodectic mange, and that’s the one that freaked everyone out. You see my pup is a temperament testing dog at a private dog park and when people would ask what his little bald spots were I would tell them and I always got the same reaction. They would slowly pull their dog away, smile and quickly try to end the conversation. I think a post about the difference between demodex and sarcoptic mange mange would be a great addition to Adrian’s blog.

February is National Pet Dental Month

Don’t worry, it doesn’t mean that you have to visit the dentist. This dental campaign may remind you about your own teeth, but it is intended to inform and encourage pet owners to take your dog’s oral health seriously. Similar to humans, an unhappy set of canine teeth can cause bad breath, decrease in appetite, […]

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The Honest Kitchen – Made Out of Love

There is a new dog cookbook that just hit the shelves and we love it! The Honest Kitchen cares about your dog’s health as indicated in the name of the company. Lucy Postins, founder and president, only uses ingredients that are honest (to you and your dog) to create natural, minimally-processed foods. This month, The […]

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Lexi - February 9, 2010 - 12:46 pm

Ohh.. That looks yummy!

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