It is relatively common that in practice we see patients with some form of gastrointestinal disease or disorder. With the growing body of research into the gut microbiome and how we can improve the health of pets with gastrointestinal illnesses, today's blog looks into what we can do for IBD and colitis patients with diet. … Continue reading Nutritional management of IBD and colitis in pets
Probiotics: veterinary, human or DIY?
Probiotics are relatively new to veterinary medicine, despite being regularly used in human medicine and readily available over the counter in most pharmacies - clients are beginning to catch on, and it's a growing trend to add probiotic supplements or foods such as yoghurt, kefir or raw milks to pets diets. Probiotics are incredibly useful … Continue reading Probiotics: veterinary, human or DIY?
Transitioning made simple
So, you want to start a new diet, or your vet has sent you home with a new food, but you've been told to transition slowly. What does that even mean!? Transitioning simply means phasing out one food while gradually adding in the new food. "But why," you may ask, "I don't transition when I … Continue reading Transitioning made simple
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