How Offering Acupressure And Other Alternative Modalities Can Benefit Your Animal Clinic As Well As Your Patients

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A growing number of clients are requesting alternative therapies for their pets, and more veterinarians are realizing that offering multiple approaches can better help animals. As a result, our role as CVTs is becoming increasingly important. As a veterinary technician, you can demonstrate the effectiveness of holistic modalities, increase revenue to the hospital, and even […]

Q&A: Alternative Therapies – How Much is Too Much?

Alternative therapies

When your animal friends are suffering, it’s tempting to throw every alternative therapy out there in the mix in order to make them better, but is that really the best idea? I will confess that I am guilty of doing this, both with myself and with my late dog Sadie. I start one therapy, then, […]

Seizures in Dogs – What to Do, Causes and Treatment


A friend recently asked me if I knew of anything that could help her 12-year old Shih Tzu who recently started having seizures. Her vet said they are age related and not connected to any other health issue. Our Sadie had a couple of seizures too the year before she passed away; it was just […]

How To Start A Blog Part IV: Selecting a Theme

Foodie Theme

Theme shopping is one of my favorite parts of setting up a new site! A theme, also called a template, is what creates the appearance of your blog; it provides the basic layout and functions of your site. There are thousands of free themes available on the Internet, and just as many paid ones. You want to look […]

Veterinary Nutrition: How To Choose The Right Food For Your Pet


We all know that eating right is extremely important, and consistently subsiding on a diet full of processed foods and saturated fat leads to a number of disorders and diseases. And it is just as important for our pets as it is for us, but with all the conflicting information out there, how do you […]

Most Back Pain in Horses Not Detected by Caregivers


Is your horse’s back doing OK? You might want to check again. A study conducted by researchers from the University of Guelph in Canada and the University of Rennes in France found that only a small number of cases of back pain in horses are discovered by owners and caregivers. Below are select portions from the research […]

What Are You Excited About This Fall?

Fall by Cattie Coyle Photography

As I mentioned in the last newsletter, I am always sad to see summer come to an end, but fall brings other delights, and not only the beauty of nature. It is a time for new beginnings – the kids are going back to school, we return to work after vacations that hopefully left us […]