Is Professional Teeth Cleaning Necessary For Adult Cats?

 Dental care is important for cats and that includes taking your cat in for professional cleanings.

Dog Bite Prevention Part 2

The most important thing to remember is always ask the owner before petting their dog or letting your dog meet them. Greetings involve multiple parties, and it doesn’t matter how friendly you or your dog is if the other party is uncomfortable. For most situations, if you treat a dog like a person in terms of etiquette, you are more likely to have positive interactions. This means just like you wouldn’t run up and hug a stranger on the street,  you shouldn’t run up and grab/hug a dog....………….

Dog Bite Prevention Part 1

Dog bite prevention is an important topic to discuss both for dog owners as well as the general public, as dogs are seen in more and more public venues in today’s society. America is leading the way in terms of recognizing the importance of the human-animal bond and seeing the animals we live with as an interactive part of our life and family, and not simply a possession or working tool...………….

Ways To Recognize and Treat Doggie Depression

As pet parents, we know our fur kids experience a large range of emotions. It’s pretty easy to tell when our dogs are feeling happy or shy, but what would it look like if they were sad? Similar to their human companions, it’s not uncommon for dogs to be depressed. There are a variety of underlying reasons for depression in dogs; in this blog post, we’ll take a look at 6 of the most common causes. Just as there are many helpful ways to treat arthritis in dogs, there are simple ways to identify and treat them when they are depressed..………….

Traditional Chinese Veterinary MedicinePart 7 of 7: Water Personality

Today we are going to discuss the  Water element personality type and some of the diseases that they are predisposed to. Remember, previously we discussed the 5 element theory and how everything flows through a cycle between the elements; wood to fire to earth to metal to water.………….

Traditional Chinese Veterinary MedicinePart 6 of 7: Metal Personality

Today we are going to discuss the Metal element personality type and some of the diseases that they are predisposed to. Remember, previously we discussed the 5 element theory and how everything flows through a cycle between the elements; wood to fire to earth to metal to water………….

Traditional Chinese Veterinary MedicinePart 5 of 7: Earth Personality

Today we are going to discuss the Earth element personality type and some of the diseases that they are predisposed to. Remember, previously we discussed the 5 element theory and how everything flows through a cycle between the elements; wood to fire to earth to metal to water………….

Traditional Chinese Veterinary MedicinePart 4 of 7: Fire Personality

Today we are going to discuss the Fire element personality type and some of the diseases that they are predisposed to. Remember, previously we discussed the 5 element theory and how everything flows through a cycle between the elements; wood to fire to earth to metal to water……………………

Traditional Chinese Veterinary MedicinePart 3 of 7: Wood Element Personality

Today we are going to discuss the Wood element personality type and some of the diseases that they are predisposed to. Last time we discussed the 5 element theory and how everything flows through a cycle between the elements; wood to fire to earth to metal to water. We also discussed how each element has assigned characteristics, such as taste, color, time of the year and stage of life. Some of the characteristics we mentioned were associated with the wood element are: the color green, the direction of east, the emotion of anger, and foods with a sour taste.……………

Traditional Chinese Veterinary MedicinePart 2 of 7: Five Element Theory

In Chinese Medicine there are five elements: Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water. All things in life flow through the elemental cycle. Therefore, each element is associated with a season, phase of life, personality type, direction, color, taste of food etc. Today we are focusing on the basic cycle of flow between the elements. We will discuss personality types and organ system associations specific to each element

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Traditional Chinese Veterinary MedicinePart 1 of 7: Yin-Yang Harmony in Animals

Today I”m going talk about the concept of harmony in traditional Chinese medicine. When we think about medicine and disease we think about harmony because when we are in harmony within ourselves and with our environment we don’t get sick. When we are in dis-harmony, due to stress, change of seasons, temperature etc. you can get sick, just like your dogs and cats, because they are out of balance……………

Great Dane Service Dogs

BELLA AND HER GREAT DANE GEORGE

.ITS THE STORY THAT HAS EVERYBODY TALKING.... THE LITTLE GIRL AND HER REALLY -- GREAT DANE. ABC NEWS DAVID MUIR HAS MORE ON THIS INSPIRATIONAL DUO.

Posted by WABG Tanya Carter on Thursday, November 5, 2015

Great Dane Service Dogs provide a better quality of life for individuals who have severe balance and mobility limitations. These dogs provide a valuable service (good for dog psyche too) and enhance the quality of life for their owners……………