Why do American vets allow cat owners to give Sub-Q injections while British vets don’t?

There is a culture difference between American and British veterinarians. According to Helen Fitzsimons, the internet’s expert on feline chronic kidney disease (felinecrf.org), a possible reason why this culture difference exists in respect of home treatments in using subcutaneous fluids … please continue reading

Arginine Is Critically Important For Cats

Arginine Is Critically Important For Cats. Arginine is an amino acid. Amino acids are critical to life, and have many functions in metabolism. One important function is that they are the building blocks of proteins – linear chains of amino … please continue reading

Unnecessary: testing, vaccinations, surgery, specialist foods and overpriced medications force veterinary bills up

Dog goes to vet

Watch this video to see how unnecessary testing, unnecessary vaccinations, unnecessary surgery, unnecessary specialist foods and overpriced medicines force veterinary bills up. We should not be surprised that veterinarians have a habit of finding ways, which might seem unethical, to … please continue reading

Cat owners should get rid of house dust regularly

Research indicates that house dust contains flame retardant chemicals (from sofas and chairs), arsenic, lead and DDT. I suspect that, through usage, flame retardant chemicals are ejected from furniture over time. Although DDT was banned in America in 1972, it … please continue reading