Why dogs (and people) suffer commonly overlooked hypothyroidism, and how to prevent or correct this serious health problem.
the canine cancer rate really higher than for human cancer? Have there been any
Insightful, realistic advice on dealing with discovery of mammary tumors in your dog, the odds lumps are malignant, cancer surgery, actual surgical photos, and...
Dog acting aggressive or
“weird” after his Lyme vaccine? Better get the test!
Vaccination reaction can be misdiagnosed as "Rage Syndrome."
Many doctors cite this highly acclaimed medical paper which covers Lyme Rage.
Placebos and drug company advertising has NO EFFECT on animals. If medicine, alternative or conventional, helps an animal and there are visible results, then whatever it is WORKS.
Learn how this simple fact can help YOU
True story proves alternative therapies can be as effective as chemotherapy and radiation!
Plastics and fake foods can cause canine cancers and auto-immune disease.
Yet few Veterinarians study cancer therapy or prevention, by Susan Thorpe-Vargas Ph.D
another related study on Cancer, needs your help!
who to contact and the flip side of such studies
Solid information about NSAIDS and helping your dog through treatment.
Mastiff succumbs to MRSA bacteria only associated with human hospital fatalities.
If your dog has a rash or pustules like these photos, it may be an insidious blood vessel disease.
This diarrhea is a potentially deadly viral, bacterial, or toxic condition.
How to prevent slipping patellas, popping hocks, elbow and hip dysplasia.
Canine Hypothyroidism (low thyroid hormone) not
uncommon but is this disease hereditary or environmental?
Hypothyroidism tests can be inaccurate and why vets fail to recognize symptoms.
causes coat, skin, behavioral problems, and weakened immune system.
While not common, it can be fatal in pregnant bitches; cause, symptoms...
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lower if inhaled, symptoms, treatment, by P. McNamara, DVM