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    Alternative Medical Care

    Jun 24 2015

    For many pet owners, having a pet diagnosed with a debilitating disease would be a death sentence for the animal, but such heartbreaking action isn’t always necessary. Proper care and treatment…

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    Cut the Crap! (Toxins, that is)

    Mar 06 2015

    Your pet deserves to live a life of comfort and happiness. If your cat or dog has a disease which conventional medicine labels as incurable, they may be unnecessarily suffering…

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    Holistic Pet Care Little Falls NJ

    Mar 06 2015

    Pet-owners will be pleased to find a wide range of alternative treatments in Pet Care Little Falls NJ available through many providers in the region. These holistic approaches to health and wellness…

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    Veterinarian Little Falls NJ

    Mar 06 2015

    Holistic pet care is different from conventional veterinary medicine. Holistic pet care is a more natural approach. We have the passion for helping animals. We treat each pet as if it…

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    Allergy in Pets – what you need to know

    Mar 10 2014

    by Dr. Gerald Buchoff Allergy is one of the most common yet misunderstood diseases in pets. I consider it one of the most basic autoimmune diseases. Signs of allergies typically…

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    Feeding raw while saving money

    Feb 27 2014

    By guest blogger Shell Huber   You can stretch your raw feeding dollars by supplementing your pet’s diet with the uncooked trimmings of your family’s dinner. For example, when trimming beef,…

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    Dental Disease: From the Traditional Chinese Medicine perspective

    Feb 11 2014

    Pet Dental Month continues with this post from my colleague Dr. Vanessa K. Moore, DVM Traditional Chinese Medicine is one of the most ancient forms of medicine.  It continues to have a huge…

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    February is National Pet Dental Health Month!

    Feb 05 2014

    Animal Dentistry: Keeping your pet healthy and kissable Dental disease includes gingivitis, calculus/tartar, gum recession, root exposure and loose teeth. The process starts out as plaque, the invisible or pale…

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    Pet Bird Safety

    Jan 13 2014

    We often see birds in our practice who are in distress. It is important to remember that birds are small and sensitive animals. Our feathered friends need special care to…

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    To Board or Not To Board: that is the question

    Dec 03 2013

    There are many things to consider when you are boarding your pet. The best way to decide on a facility is to ask for a tour to see the facility…