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Several reports say that removing an invasive (non native) shrub will significantly decrease the number of deer coming in your yard and therefore the number of ticks. Remove Bush Honeysuckle from your yard and woods and ask neighbors to as well.
is a pain reliever used by many conventional veterinarians before and after every surgery. It can cause renal failure in cats, so the manufacturer has all sorts of capital letters saying to give only one injection, and listing contraindications. Please spread the word to your friends who are not yet working with holistic practitioners to ask about pain protocols in the clinics they visit. Arnica, rescue remedy, Hypericum, Reiki, and many other holistic modalities. If your animals need surgery, even routine neutering, ask about the policy of the surgeon and consult with me or your holistic practitioner. Remember that you need to be ever watchful about what your veterinarian does. Be with your animal in the clinic. If your clinic takes your animals into the back for any procedure, request they let you be present.
Cancer screening and testing
While I do not completely understand the uses of the following test, I want to let you know it is available. There are markers in the blood to test for cancer. A new one, RECAF, is produced in excess when any type of malignancy is present. Oncopet (www.OncopetDiagnostics.com) offers testing to see if the tumor now seen is malignant or to screen for the possibility of cancer even before lumps have been seen. Before you all run out to see if your dogs and cats have cancer, consult with your holistic practitioner, read this company’s website and focus more an building health through few vaccines, best diet (fresh), energy treatments and more. I will let you know more as I research this new testing protocol.
I am thrilled with the lovely dusting of snow we got today and my husband was thrilled it did not deter travel.