Wholistic Paws Veterinary Services

We truly believe that treatment plans must be tailored to meet the needs of the WHOLE pet and the WHOLE family – hence our name: Wholistic Paws. At Wholistic Paws, it is our goal and commitment to work with you and your veterinarian to provide additional care for your pets that your regular veterinarian may not be able to offer.

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Integrative Treatment of Cancer in Dogs

Treatment of cancer with traditional Western medicine involves surgery (to remove or de-bulk the tumor mass), ionizing radiation (to expose the tumor to lethal doses radiation, minimizing radiation exposure to surrounding healthy tissue), and chemotherapy (to poison the rapidly growing cancer cells without poisoning the rest of the body). One or

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Pet Rehabilitation

The treatment plan may include a written, at-home exercise schedule. Your involvement and participation can be crucial to your companion's rehabilitation! We will do our best to provide clear, consistent communication with you and your veterinarian to make sure that all parties are involved in making therapeutic decisions for your pet.

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Integrative Treatment of Dogs with Intervertebral …

Integrative Treatment of Dogs with Intervertebral Disc Disease R.M. Clemmons, DVM, PhD Associate Professor of Neurology & Neurosurgery Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences Introduction: Although intervertebral disc (IVD) disease in chondrodystrophic breeds (like Dachshunds) is a surgical disease. See Paralysis of the Rear Legs.

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Integrative Treatment of Dogs with Arthritis such as

Treatment of Acute and Chronic Joint Disease: Treatment of Acute Joint Injury: All dogs may from time to time suffer from acute joint injuries (stretching of ligaments, partial tears of ligaments or sprains). These conditions are different from chronic DJD. Although the healthy dog diet and supplements may help these patients from developing

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About Wholistic Paws: Practice Philosophies

Pets are family members and a compassionate treatment plan must be tailored to fit each family's needs. The WHOLE pet must be supported in order to maintain quality of life. This is best achieved by combining Western medicine and complementary techniques such as Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs, Rehabilitation, Pain Management, and Nutritional Support.

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Basic Pet First Aid and Disaster Preparedness Handbook

and swollen edges after three days of treatment should be examined by a veterinarian. A special note about Lacerations and Puncture wounds: Treatment of lacerations and puncture wounds is very similar to treating abrasions and bite wounds. However, it is important to remember that lacerations and puncture

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Degenerative Myelopathy German Shepherd Dogs

The treatment of DM involves four basic approaches: 1) exercise . 2) dietary supplementation . 3) medication . 4) other supportive measures . Rationale: Degenerative Myelopathy is an autoimmune disease whereby the patient's own immune system attacks their central nervous system. This immune attack leads to loss of myelin

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Wings of Grace Hospice Care Program

During the initial consultation, we will discuss aspects of hospice and palliative care and end of life decisions. We will create an individualized treatment plan that considers your level of ability and participation, while addressing your pet's comfort and medical needs.

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Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has been evolving for more than 3,000 years. It focuses on living in balance with our environment as well as seeking balance within our own bodies to promote health and wellbeing. TCM has many facets including: Chinese Herbal Medicine (CHM), Acupuncture, Food Therapy, Tui-na, and Qi Gong.

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Defining “Quality of Life” by Moira Anderson Allen, M.Ed.

Response to Treatment. When a pet becomes ill, our natural response is to provide whatever treatment we can. This may mean tests, medications, even surgery. But drugs have side effects, repeated trips to the vet cause emotional distress, and …

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Feline Hyperthyroidism Unkempt hair coat with excessive

Each treatment option has its advantages and disadvantages, and the choice of therapy may depend on your cat’s overall health, the severity of symptoms and extent of disease, availability (of radioactive iodine), and the expense involved with each option. Early detection increases the chances of treatment success in most feline

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Wholistic Paws: Testimonials

In addition to offering Pixie relief for her pain, they provided treatment in the comfort of her own home, eliminating the extra stress on both of us of having to crate and transport her which an office visit would have entailed. When Pixie's health deteriorated to the point that it was time to let her go, Krisi and Jeremy helped immensely.

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Chronic Kidney Disease

The success your cat’s treatment for of chronic kidney disease depends in large part on you. Your commitment to carefully following your veterinarian’s instructions on diet, medications, and supportive home care will reward both you and your cat with improved quality of life and, possibly, even a few extra golden years together!

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daily. (Do not try to make up for a skipped treatment by icing the area longer; prolonged cold exposure can cause injury.) Passive range of motion exercise where the knee is gently flexed and extended can also help. It is important not to induce pain when moving the limb. Let the patient guide you. Avoid twisting the leg. After the stitches or

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Wholistic Paws Articles

Articles by Dr. Erwin. Acupuncture Brochure. Arthritis. Canine Cushing's Disease. Canine Weight Management. Chronic Kidney Disease. Diabetes in Dogs and Cats. Everything You Need to Know About Zoonotic Diseases. Feline Hypertension.

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Cervical (Neck) Disc Disease

Treatment options depend on how severe the problem is. If the situation is mild, it may be treated with just medication, typically anti-inflammatories or glucocorticoids, and crate rest. If the problem resolves on therapy, but recurs when treatment is finished, surgery may be required.

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Periodontal Disease in Dogs and Cats

pet! The following are some treatment options that may help to keep your pet’s breath fresh and his or her teeth and gums healthy: Brushing at least 3 times per week (everyday is ideal). Rinsing with Nolvadent or CET rinse in between brushing (everyday is ideal). CET chews for treats at least 3 times per week.

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