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For Healthy Pets

Over 150 articles on companion animal health written by authorities including Dr. Jeff Feinman, a qualified vet and leading veterinary homeopath.

In these entertaining and informative pet health articles, Dr. Jeff and quest writers cover important pet health areas.
HomeVet articles, your source of invaluable information on keeping your pet healthy, and how to tell, and what to do if your pet is sick.

Our articles "For Healthy Pets" cover every aspect of pet ownership so you can find information on: cat and dog diet • training your pet • dog and cat vaccinations • maintaining pet health • skin and ear care • complementary therapies

Our articles "For Sick Pets" includes practical and accessible information on:
allergic reactions & allergies • metabolic diseases • pet arthritis • pet cancers• end of life care for pets and more.


Including

  • Diet discussion
  • New pets and training
  • Vaccination decisions
  • Health maintenance
  • Skin & Ear Care
  • Complementary Therapies
  • Plus some inspiring Pet Prose

 

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For Healthy Pets

For Healthy Pets (139)

Over 150 articles on companion animal health written by authorities including Dr Jeff Feinman, a qualified vet and leading veterinary homeopath.

In these entertaining and informative pet health articles, Dr Jeff and guest writers cover important pet health areas including:
Diet discussion • New pets and training • Vaccination decisions • Health Maintenance • Skin & Ear Care • Complementary Therapies plus some inspiring Pet Prose.

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For Sick Pets

For Sick Pets (83)

Over 75 articles on why your pet might be sick, written by qualified vet and leading veterinarians including homeopath Dr Jeff Feinman.

In these accessible and authoritative articles on pet illness, Dr. Jeff and guest writers cover important issues including:
Pet Allergies & Auto-Immune Diseases • Pet Cancer & End of Life Care • Cat & Dog Metabolic & Heart Diseases • Pet Arthritis & Bone Diseases • Animal Gastrointestinal Diseases • Pets Infectious Diseases • Brain and Nerve Diseases

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Urinary incontinence is the involuntary passing of urine. Pets can be incontinent for many different reasons.

The intervertebral discs (the cushion that resides in the space between adjacent spinal vertebrae) are subject to a number of degenerative conditions and forces that predispose them to bulge or rupture over time. This rupture leads to two types of damage to the spinal cord, compression and concussion.

Some years ago, I researched the implications of what might happen to vaccinated dogs in a Purdue University study who developed autoantibodies to their own biochemicals.