Dog flu infects thousands of dogs in US

A new strain of dog flu has been detected in the US and has already infected thousands of dogs in the Midwest, six of which have died, according to animal health officials. The canine influenza virus – via a strain called H3N2 – first struck dogs in Chicago in January, but now has spread to Wisconsin, Ohio and Indiana, according to a report from the Associated Pre... Read more →

Paul Boland guest speaker at I.S.B.T.A Show & Seminar in Dublin

Our very own Paul Boland will be guest speaker at this year’s I.S.B.T.A Championship show and seminar to be held in Dublin on August the 8th. Paul is no stranger to public speaking as he lectures on Canine reproduction at the University of Liverpool Veterinary School. Paul will speak on the natural management of small animal diseases, including cancer, with natural ... Read more →

The Natural Health Vet Dog Quiz

Due to the amount of time you spend with your dog you probably know your pet as well as anybody. When they like to eat, when they like to sleep, all their little pet hates and traits. But it’s amazing how many dog owners know very little about some very important areas when it comes to their pet’s health and well-being. So here’s a chance to put y... Read more →

Mastitis can be very painful but stem cell enhancement can offer relief

Mastitis can be common in bitches that have just whelped. Even so, it can still be a very painful and uncomfortable experience for any dog. But as Paul Boland explains, there are various treatments that can cure this unpleasant condition. Mastitis is inflammation of mammary glands associated with bacterial infection that can lead to abscess formation and gangrene. The... Read more →

5 Ways to keep your pet healthy in the New Year

We all tend to make resolutions around this time of year, and most of them revolve around our health and wellbeing over the next 12 months. We join the gym, we start dieting, some of us give up the booze. But what about those that we spend so much of our lives with? No, not our partners or family, but our pets. They need looking after throughout the year, and often th... Read more →