Debate Continues Over Use Of Cannabis to Treat Canine Health Issues. Steven Siegel’s 15-year-old Jack Russell terrier, Pumpkin, fell ill and had to be rushed to the hospital. After seeing several specialists, tests determined that Pumpkin was in kidney failure. “I gave her every bit of medicine (that) science could give to us,” Siegel says.
Tori Spelling has added another member to her growing family. The 43-year-old actress, who is married to Dean McDermott and pregnant with baby No. 5, is now the proud owner of a pet pig. Spelling announced her latest arrival on Instagram
It’s no secret that chronic stress and anxiety can increase the odds that a person will develop gray hair. Now, new research has found that phenomenon extends to dogs as well. The study, which was published in the journal Applied Animal Behavior Science, found that young dogs whose owners said the pets were anxious and…
Keeping your pets safe is paramount around Christmas. Cookie dough, raisins, grapes, macadamia nuts and coffee are all on the naughty list when it comes to pets this holiday season and all year round. “Over 60 percent of the emergencies veterinarians see over the holidays are a direct result of pets eating indiscriminately,” said Dr.…
Join Chagrin Falls Veterinary Center & Pet Clinic with holistic veterinarian and pet lover Dr. CarolOsborne for an amazing presentation on Cancer Immunotherapy at the 2016 Holistic Health and Healing Expo October 22nd and 23rd at the Soccer Sportsplex. Dr. Carol is one of several speakers whose lecture is included in general admission. Dr. Osborne…
Whether you’re welcoming a Guinea pig into your dog-loving home or adding a new dog to your family of rabbit owners, introducing a small animal to a dog requires patience, love and consistency, said Carol Osborne, DVM and Integrative Veterinarian. In most cases, she says, initial tolerance can lead to lasting friendships. While there are…
As Seen on New York Daily News: These dogs aren’t rolling over for cancer — and they’re certainly not playing dead. An Ohio vet is conducting a clinical immunotherapy trial for canines with advanced cancer, which is giving some terminal pups a new leash on life.
Bainbridge residents Diane and Michael Swigonski’s St. Bernard, Poo Bear, should have passed away by now. The dog, a rescue estimated to be between 6 and 8 years old, was diagnosed with bone cancer in early April and given a four- to six-week prognosis.
In addition to being an ideal companion, Farley, a 12-year-old Tibetan Terrier, has truly been an inspiration to his owners Tom Donelan and Carla Woodcock of Mentor. “I started out with cancer and that was a big enough blow for us, then we found out the Farley had it too,” Woodcock said. Donelan said Farley was lethargic, his stomach was distended and his colitis worsened.
Dr. Carol was recently interviewed by Energy Times. What’s In Your Pet’s Dish? Cutting through pet food marketing clutter can help keep your pal happy and healthy.
While most American pets live on easy street, with meals, treats, exercise outings and affection provided, the good life also poses challenges—dogs and cats can get stressed.
Dr. Carol was recently interviewed by the American Kennel Club about tumors in dogs. Did you know that this cancer is three times higher in gods than humans?
Dr. Carol was recently interviewed on Coast to Coast AM. Listen to the first hour to hear Dr. Carol discuss this fascinating subject.
Dr. Carol Osborne was interviewed on Addiction.com about when fido or fluffy has a serious health condition like cancer, kidney disease or epilepsy, it’s natural to consider all the options. So you’re not alone if it’s crossed your mind to try medical marijuana.
Dr. Carol Osborne was recently interviewed for an article on snoring by Geoff Williams from PetMD.
Dr. Carol Osborne was interviewed recently by Dog Time on the subject of helping your pet age well. This is a great little Q & A session.
Dr. Carol Osborne sat down with Veterinary Economics Magazine and discussed advances with cracking the genetic code of Fido to not only reveal the family history, but also the health history of your dog.