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Gingival Flair

 

Many people I speak with tell me of their veterinary experiences in which the veterinarian can’t diagnose the problem or if they can, they treat the effects not the cause of the problem. Most times, the veterinarian wants to do very expensive testing which most of us can’t afford. The expensive tests and treating the clinical signs, seldom prevent the reoccurrence of the problem as the cause has not been identified and addressed.

Too many times, due to the continued problem and the lack of understanding and knowledge to treat it, and especially if the poor animal appears to be suffering, the recommended course of action is euthanasia. This potential loss of one’s beloved pet leaves many devastated, frustrated, even angry as they feel helpless, not being able to get the help they so desperately seek.

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Todays blog post entitled “All in the Family” serves a double purpose. First it tells you a little bit more about us, what we do and why we do it but it also is an interesting and entertaining article by Dr Alfred Plechner DVM, regarding a wonderful rare breed of cat called a Scottish Fold.

The Healthy Pet Network is dedicated to helping people with their beloved pets health by providing pet health information about proactive care, preventative practice and innovative techniques which will lead the way to the future of Whole & Complete Animal Health.

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Hello Everyone, 

2013 is going to be a huge year for the Healthy Pet Network both in terms of the continued development of our rescue and sanctuary AND in the valuable information we plan to present regarding Pet Health, Longevity and Pet Care. We are working on the development of both information and physical products for your Pets Health and well being and look forward to working closely with the many online and offline individuals and animal groups as we continue to build an alliance for the future of Whole & Complete Animal Health. With this being said, I thought it would be fitting and proper to start the new year off with a quick synopsis of the Healthy Pet Network — who we are, what we do, how we do it and most importantly “Why” we do it. We will continue to cover pet medical issues in the realm of Pet Health, while expanding our horizons with the examination of pet care and pet training, something we know a lot about through our many years as animal care providers. Please contact us with issues important to you, that you would like to know more about. 

The Healthy Pet Network is an interactive, online community, of animal care givers, animal advocates, animal lovers, health care professionals and experts in related fields who believe that proactive care, preventative practice and innovative techniques will lead the way to the future of Whole & Complete Animal Health. Our common goal is to provide the very best health for both our beloved pets and ourselves.

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Pet Health|Pet Medical

According to the American Cancer Society, there were an estimated 12,332,300 new cases of cancer globally in 2007. This explains the reason why, in 2007, 14% of our country’s gross national product was spent on healthcare. It’s is also very scary to know that one in eight deaths worldwide, is due to cancer.

Cancer has become not only one of the most dreaded but also one of the leading causes of death, worldwide. With this being said, the sad truth is that most, including the medical establishment, don’t understand why cancer occurs. We understand with cancer, that there is unidentified tissue growth but just what causes this uncontrolled tissue growth?

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 Terry and myself along with the Healthy Pet Network wish you and your family a Wonderful Holiday Season and a Great 2012. We are going to take some well needed time off until our next blog post on Tues. Jan. 3rd, to spend time with family and re-Charge. This would be a good time to review and catch up on the many pet health related topics that comprise the various categories on the blog. When we return, we will renew our important exploration of the components of  Whole and Complete Animal Health. You are very important to us. If you have suggestions on topics you would like us to cover in 2012, PLEASE let us know. Until then, Take Care

Thank You,

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