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Motion Sickness in DogsI think most pet owners are familiar with motion sickness. It usually happens when you and your pet are in...

…the dog feels more comfortable. 5. Pretreat the dog for motion sickness with medication or herbs as directed by your veterinarian .If you need to use medication, what should you use?Conventional medication could include Cerenia, Gravol, anti-histamines and other anti-vomiting medication. Holistic practitioners tend to use acupuncture, acupressure( especially on GV 20 which is a calming point on top of the head between the ears), lavender oil and…

New Herbal for Kidney Disease in Cats ( and Dogs)One of the most common questions I receive from cat owners is about chronic renal...

…up in the pet’s body and that makes him or her feel ill, lethargic,and anorexic. Vomiting and seizures can also result. Conventional treatment for this is IV fluids, hospitalization and some anti-nausea medication like Cerenia or an antacid like Pepcid AC. A diet change is frequently prescribed. Administering subcutaneous fluids ( under the skin) at home by the owner has been a life saver for many cats. Although kidney transplants are available…

Kidney Disease in CatsA few months ago I wrote about Kidney Disease in Dogs but here is a cat specific article. Chronic kidney...

…the pet’s body and that makes him or her feel ill, lethargic, anorexic and vomiting is possible. Conventional treatment for this is IV fluids, hospitalization and maybe some meds to help the cat feel better like Pepcid or Cerenia for vomiting. A diet change is frequently prescribed, however that is usually the extent of it. Although kidney transplants are available for cats, they are expensive and dangerous. From a conventional stand point your…

Motion Sickness in DogsI think most pet owners are familiar with motion sickness. It usually happens when you and your pet are in...

…so the dog feels more comfortable. Pretreat the dog for motion sickness with medication or herbs as directed by your veterinarian .If you need to use medication, what should you use?Conventional medication could include Cerenia, Gravol, anti-histamines and other anti-vomiting medication. Holistic practitioners tend to use acupuncture, acupressure( especially on GV 20 which is a calming point on top of the head between the ears), lavender oil and…

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