Come on, it’s just a dog.

Come on, it’s just a dog? Reading the last page and closing the cover on the story of a dogs life hurts so much because we read these stories without holding back, and we try never to let ourselves consider that there is a last chapter, that the book will end and there is no … Read more

Veterinary Medicine 2029

Veterinary Medicine of the Future: 2029 In 2029 veterinary medicine will be very different than it is today. In some ways it will be better. In some ways it will be much worse. The “general practitioner” will be gone, so services will be concierge or a la carte from several sources as the market gets … Read more

I’m Angry

Hill’s Pet Nutrition is GREAT for homeless pets. (Click) That’s not what makes me angry. Hill’s Pet Nutrition saves more animals, FEEDS more homeless animals, DOES MORE for homeless animals than the ASPCA, the fund raising organization that HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE SPCA and earned a C-rating with Charitywatch.org. What you should know … Read more

Any Allergy Dermatology Case Fixed First Try

I am endorsing this protocol for folks that want immediate results and ultimately, fewer trips to the vet. Any Allergy Dermatology Case Fixed First Try It’s a shotgun approach I am seeing engaged by Veterinary Dermatologists in the Atlanta area, followed up with an injection of Cytopoint. In some cases it’s as simple as a … Read more

Three Foolproof Skin Strategies for Itchy Dogs

Three Foolproof Skin Strategies for Itchy Dogs include antibiotics and a scorched-earth policy using shampoo that eliminates fungus and bacteria. Followed by Cytopoint. Alternatives include steroids and antibiotics, or even taking your pet to a dermatologist. (In Cobb County half of them don’t require referrals anymore.) Here’s how these three things can be ‘sure fire’ … Read more