Disclaimer: This piece isn't of medical diagnosis/prognosis and shouldn't be used as such. My opinion via my own research. I own the rights to this image. Dogs pictured doesn't have Epilepsy. I'm sure you've all heard of Epilepsy before, but do you know what it actually is? Google Definition:a Neurological disorder marked by sudden recurrent … Continue reading Canine Epilepsy
Formally known as HGE (Hemorrhagic Gastroenteritis) AHDS in dogs is a disorder that causes vomitting and bloody diarrhea, now this as a pet owner/parent to witness is awful, the worst goes through your mind! HGE can be fatal, how ever this isn't due to blood loss , this is due to Dehydration kicking in quickly … Continue reading Acute Hemorrhagic Diarrhea Syndrome(AHDS) in Dogs.
Stock Image taken from Google Well what are these drugs? They're known sedatives right? Prescribed for things like stress/anxiety , epilepsy, muscle relaxants etc... serious drugs! Why would they give these to dogs? Well believe it or not, it's actually becoming more common, allot of dogs are developing things like separation anxiety and end up … Continue reading Is there natural alternatives to Diazapam/ Valium?
The pancreas, what does it do? Well in respect of dogs, the pancreas is involved in regulating blood sugar levels and secreting digestive enzymes to the small intestines to help break down nutrients such as starch and fats. Now when the pancreas is overworked It can become inflamed, this is known as Pancreatitis, now there … Continue reading Pancreatitis- Carbs Vs Fats
Seems generic right? Well what they mean is that dogs differ from one to the other on a cellular level, this means they react differently too and I don't just mean their reflexes. Let me introduce you to the basics of Epigenetics! (Definition:the study of changes in organisms caused by modification of gene expression rather … Continue reading What do they mean by every dog is different? #Epigenetics
I'll slowly be swapping content from Wix to WordPress, you may see some old blog posts coming through so this is why, I'll leave the old and irrelevant ones in the past though. This will now be where I post my blog articles which will then share to Facebook automatically. Please bare with me while … Continue reading I’ve jumped ship, from Wix to WordPress.
Well the answer is Yes! Potentially! Please read the following: Metacam works by inhibiting the cyclo-oxygenase II, this gives its therapeutic effects (anti-inflammatory for instance). Now that being said the most common way to get a similar effect with foods would be to feed fruits/vegetables/leaves/seeds that contain Phenolic Acid Properties, these also inhibit the cyclo-oxygenase … Continue reading Have you recently taken your dog off Metacam for what ever reason and wondering if you can do anything Nutritonally to ease pain?