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Supplements for Small Animal Cancer Patients

Feb, 27

In human medicine, a recent review reported that in the United States, 52% of healthy adults use herbs and dietary supplements (HDS).1 Surveys of human cancer survivors report that 70% to 81% use HDS but that up to 68% of physicians were unaware of their cancer patients’ supplement use.2,3  In veterinary medicine, HDS are also used for cancer patients. One...

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What You Need to Know About Today’s Veterinary Diet Trends

Sep, 25

A look at the advantages and disadvantages of raw, homemade, and vegan diets for dogs and cats. Nutrition is a common topic in veterinary practices, and rightly so. A pet’s nutritional needs change over time, and both age and health should play a role in diet selection. Diet trends are constantly evolving for both people and pets, and some of...

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Human Food for Fido: Can Dogs Eat Fruit?

Aug, 26

It’s no secret that dogs love human food. And, as long as you don’t mind a little begging, it is okay to slip them the occasional treat. But, if you have a tendency to share your food with fido, it is a good idea to make sure what you are giving them is actually safe. Dogs’ systems are very different...

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Virtual Consults for Pets - Rehab, Conditioning, and Mobility Issues

Aug, 16

Many of you are becoming familiar with telemedicine so that you can connect with your veterinarian for a virtual appointment.  A Vital Vet Pet Video Consultation is different - it's a totally new concept in virtual consultation.  Here's how: You do not have to be a client of the Vital Vet Pet Consultants Our Pet consultants are the best of the best - some names...

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Mobility Matters: Nutritional Management of Canine Joint Disease

Aug, 11

The disruption of normal joint mechanics may lead to or result from injury to the various components of a joint. Frequently, this injury results in osteoarthritis (OA),1which often leads to physical incapacity, pain and reduced quality of life for the affected pet. OA is the most common form of arthritis and is recognized in humans and in all veterinary species....

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