All posts by Dana Scott

Microchips: Are Pet Owners Being Misled?

In 2009, a young Chihuahua named Charlie Brown died within hours of being chipped.  Charlie died from “an extreme amount of bleeding” from the “little hole in the skin where the (microchip implant)

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Nosodes: Can They Replace Vaccines?

by:  Gerald Wessner DVM and Ellen KohnArticle Excerpt from January 2011 Recent evidence has come to light to show that unvaccinated dogs are now showing positive titers. For many years holistic

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The Slippery Subject Of Oils For Dogs

by:  Deb Percival Article Excerpt from January 2011If you are going to buy fish oil, give it to your dogs. It’s a waste for those of us who eat meat or fried foods, drink coffee or alcohol,

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Using ‘Dominance’ To Explain Dog Behavior Is Old Hat

ScienceDaily (May 25, 2009)Photo courtesy of Vic Neumann A new study shows how the behaviour of dogs has been misunderstood for generations: in fact using misplaced ideas about dog behaviour and

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Biogal Announces the Launch of the Canine VacciCheck in the USA

Some good news on the Vaccine front!  Canine VacciCheck is a cost-effective alternative to titres that can be done in-house with no wait for results.  This test examines level of antibody for core infectious

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