Pet Epilepsy

pet Epilepsy

What is Pet Epilepsy?

pet epilepsy with Dr. TrishSeizures, or pet epilepsy (often referred to as a seizure disorder) is a chronic neurological condition characterized by recurrent unprovoked seizures. It is commonly controlled with medication, although surgical methods are used as well., This condition when unexplained neurologic activity results in motor stimulation giving abnormal muscle activity can be very localized and only be observed as a slight twitch or focal tremor of one area.… Read the rest

Pet Nutrition

Pet nutrition

Pet nutrition goes beyond food. what else does your pet need?

The quality of pet food we feed our pets has a huge impact on their health, their quality of life and the prevention of a number of diseases (see my previous articles about pet foods).… Read the rest

Dog Paralysis

dog paralysis

Dog Paralysis: Causes and Treatments

dog paralysisCauses:

While we are addressing dog paralysis in this article, other pets are susceptible to paralysis as well. There are many ways that our pets can become paralyzed. These may include tick bites, congenital diseases, bacterial infections, and trauma resulting from impact.… Read the rest

Inflammation in pets

Dog biscuits

Inflammation in pets - Let's dig in!

Inflammation in pets

Beyond Food - Supplements, the natural anti-inflammatory

The quality of pet food we feed our pets has a huge impact on their health, their quality of life and the prevention of a number of diseases (see my previous articles about pet foods).… Read the rest

Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

Hip Dysplasia

Hip Dysplasia in Dogs - What is it?

Hip DysplasiaHip dysplasia is a malformation of the hip socket (acetabulum) and the femoral head (thigh bone) causing a loose joint to form allowing for excessive "sloppy" movement in the joint. This excessive "sloppy" movement causes changes in the acetabulum resulting in a broadening of the socket and a flattening of the femoral head.… Read the rest