Strokes are common in humans, but did you know dogs are sometimes susceptible too? Integrative veterinarian Dr. Julie Buzby shares dog stroke symptoms to watch out for and dog stroke treatments that can help your senior friend recover after a stroke occurs.
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Studies are showing that deer antler velvet has a long, impressive, and rapidly-growing list of benefits. Integrative veterinarian Dr. Julie Buzby shares the science behind deer antler velvet, and why it’s a unique ingredient in veterinary and human nutraceuticals. This research article, which is a departure from her award-winning blog posts, was featured in Innovative Vet Care Journal (volume 11, issue 2). If you’re searching for the science, facts, and history behind deer antler velvet, this article is your most comprehensive source.
As the days become sweltering and humid, some call this time of year “the dog days of summer.” But as a veterinarian, I call it lar par season. The temperature escalates, and so do the cases of laryngeal paralysis presenting to veterinarians, often as life-threatening emergencies.
I firmly believe that we can all learn from each other, so I’ve captured the “best of” questions, comments, and personal stories from dog owners whose lives have been touched by lar par. Additionally, I’ve compiled my own answers to commonly asked questions about canine laryngeal paralysis.
If your dog suffers from this condition, I’d like to offer hope and inspiration by sharing this quote I received from one reader: “There is life with lar par and we are living it.”