In Part 2 of Dogs in Pain, Dr. Edward discusses treatment options—both natural and conventional. Diet, herbs, body work, heat packs, injectables and more, plus veterinary drugs if natural treatments aren’t enough. He also discusses diagnostic tests and the most important question he asks his clients before deciding to proceed with testing. This is the follow-up to “Dogs in Pain Part 1: It can be Surprisingly Hard to Tell When Your Dog is in Pain!” So now you know how to recognize when your dog is in pain and many treatment options to choose from!
Most dog owners don’t know when their dog has significant back pain. This is what Dr. Edward Bassingthwaighte has found after assessing thousands of dogs. How can you tell if your dog has back pain? In this article he discusses the subtle signs of back pain that many people miss, and how to find a practitioner who can expertly assess your dog, not just in Australia, but wherever you are in the world.Back pain in dogs, Back pain signs & symptoms, Dog Health
Australian veterinarian, Edward Bassingthwaighte, BVSc, discusses the types of medical cannabis used to treat dogs for a wide range of conditions, and some of the amazing results he’s seen using it in his practice.Cannabis for dogs, CBD oil for dogs, Dog Health, Holistic Health, Medical cannabis for pets
Part 3 of a 3-part series wherein German vet and dog trainer, Daniela Neika, describes the challenges SARDOGS Nepal faces in keeping their dogs healthy. She cofounded the organization which she describes in Part 1 of this series. Many of the puppies born to the SAR dogs die of infection in puppyhood. Those who survive into adulthood, often face health challenges during search missions in extreme terrain, weather conditions and high altitude. Their dog handlers face the same challenges alongside them. In Part 3, Daniela also tells the story of one dog who went blind, but whose sight was restored.Dog Health, Dogs of Nepal, Dogs of the Himalayas, SAR Dog, Search And Rescue