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Does Your Dog Suffer from Back Pain?

February 10th, 2017

Dogs living with chronic back pain may no longer have to suffer thanks to an innovative support brace that brings relief to the animal and peace of mind to the owner. WiggleLess® is designed to help stabilize the spine and prevent injury in dogs without restricting their activity. When used as directed, the vet recommended… read more »

Emancipet: Low Cost. Big Heart.

February 10th, 2017

For the past 18 years, Emancipet, a non-profit founded in central Texas, has served more than a half a million pets. A growing organization, Emancipet is building a national low cost veterinary care system, and in February of 2017, Northeast Philadelphia became home to an Emancipet low-cost pet clinic. This clinic is the newest in… read more »

Cutting-Edge Cancer Therapy Offers Hope For Pets

February 5th, 2017

Hope Veterinary Specialists and the Veterinary CyberKnife Cancer Center in Malvern, PA offer a unique type of cancer treatment that is typically only available in human medicine. A machine called a CyberKnife offers a non-invasive therapy that allows a high dose of radiation to be delivered to a pet’s tumor in just a few treatments,… read more »

Rehab Techniques for Canine Obesity

June 10th, 2016

When thinking about rehabilitation most people think about backs, knees and hips but what about obesity? How many other problems are exacerbated or even caused by having too much body  weight causing stress to joints, heart and other organs. Obesity is at epidemic levels in the USA. This goes for our pets as well as… read more »

Rehab Techniques for Canine Obesity

October 14th, 2015

When thinking about rehabilitation most people think about backs, knees and hips but what about obesity? How many other problems are exacerbated or even caused by having too much body weight causing stress to joints, heart and other organs. Obesity is at epidemic levels in the USA. This goes for our pets as well as… read more »

Acupuncture and Chiropractic in Veterinary Patients

October 4th, 2015

Both acupuncture and chiropractic are valuable tools in treating a wide variety of condition in our veterinary patients. Acupuncture is an ancient medical art in which needles are inserted into multiple points, stimulating the body’s own healing powers. Endorphins and other substances are released, decreasing pain, helping circulation and well being. Chiropractic looks for “fixations”… read more »

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