Fidose of Reality by Carol Bryant

Dog Parents Guide to Safely Slowing Dog Arthritis

I enjoy partnering with like-minded pet owners and animal-health advocates like Carol Bryant of FidoseOfReality.com.  Bryant recently sought my veterinary perspective on arthritis treatment. As a holistic veterinarian and certified veterinary acupuncturist, many of my patients suffer from arthitis and I strive to provide relief through multi-modal pain managment.  This means that a combination of […]

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Help for Dogs with a Mast Cell Tumor

Carol Bryant of FidoseOfReality.com recently sought my veterinary perspective on a particularly nasty type of cancer called Mast Cell Tumor. It’s an insidious disease that can manifest as a solitary or multiple tumors in the skin or can also affect internal organs. The concept of using antihistamines to help combat the side effects of histamine […]

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What To Do For a Dog With Kennel Cough

Carol Bryant of FidoseOfReality.com recently reached out to me to get my veterinary perspective on her dog Dexter’s diagnosis of “kennel cough” (AKA Infectious Tracheobronchitis or ITB), which may be caused by a bacteria called Bordetella bronchispetica or could have origins in other bacteria or viruses. Check out Bryant’s informative article here: What To Do […]

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The Reality of a Dog With IMHA

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This article originally appeared on FidoseOfReality.com as The Reality of a Dog With IMHA. I check my dog’s gums for any change in color from their usual pink to reddish healthy hue to anything that slightly resembles pale. This routine is performed nightly in conjunction with bedtime teeth brushing. I fear those four letters more […]

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Reviewing Vital Vaccinations with Dr. Richard Ford, DVM

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This video was originally seen on Vacci Check: Reviewing Vital Vaccinations with Dr. Richard Ford, DVM What’s the vaccination strategy you take for your companion canine or feline? Antibody titers (blood tests) can prove a pet’s immunity from vaccines (or lack there of) and help determine if a vaccine is needed to prevent disease or if the […]

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