A huge pain point for veterinarians is knowing what to recommend when you have a patient with more than one disease state. While every pet is going to have unique needs, these cases can be some of the most difficult when trying to choose what nutrients to target.Disclaimer: I am not a veterinarian. As a … Continue reading Managing multiple diseases
Prescription or therapeutic veterinary diets are quite different from your run of the mill pet food. These diets are designed to treat specific medical conditions and in some cases may form the only treatment for a patient's condition. These diets have gotten alot of attention recently; many people mistake prescription diets to mean the food … Continue reading Prescription diets – how they work
A common issue dog owners encounter is scooting or dogs dragging their bottom along the ground. They do this to try and express their anal glands - these are two scent glands that are at the 4 o'clock and 8 o'clock position on the inside of the rectum that fill with sebaceous secretions similar to … Continue reading Anal glands: Finding relief through diet
Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease is a condition we see frequently in clinic and following medical management, the ongoing prevention of urinary conditions reoccuring is heavily reliant on nutritional management, and strict compliance is necessary to save your special cats from unnecessary pain and suffering. Does your cat exhibit strange bathroom behaviours? So what is … Continue reading What the FLUTD?