American Heart Month

February is “American Heart Month”. It is the perfect time to learn about how to keep your heart healthy, the signs and symptoms of heart disease, and the different ways to react in an emergency situation. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. But, it is often preventable. Heart disease [...]

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Ways to Make Life Easier for your Pet with Arthritis

1. Block off stairways. If your pet has arthritis they either have a hard time going up stairs, or they are slowing down. Your pet is then at risk to suffer a painful fall. Only allow your pet to go up stairs when you can supervise. 2. Provide a ramp up to their favorite spots [...]

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Can you afford Stem Cell Therapy?

Most pet owners have, at one time or another fallen victim to sticker shock at the veterinarians office. The x-rays required to check out a limp, or a bad hip? According to the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, a total hip replacement for a dog with hip dysplasia can cost anywhere from $4200-4400. [...]

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Pets Go Green

In the past few years consumers are seeing a major move towards living “green”. Anywhere you go there are reminders to be green.Grocery stores encourage bringing your own bags instead of using plastic ones that fill up the nation’s landfills. Energy-efficient appliances allow for consumers to save money, water, and electricity. Harsh chemicals are getting [...]

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Alternative Answers-For Your Pet

All medical professionals and pet owners dread the day when a diagnosis comes that modern pharmacology has not yet determined a cure or treatment to help with their given problem.  MediVet Midwest is now opening up the door of opportunity for veterinarians to provide stem cell therapy to compassionate care patients. Webster’s New World Dictionary [...]

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