This month’s issue of The Whole Dog Journal features articles on the heartworm disease treatment shortage, chemotherapy, resource guarding, Addison’s Disease and more. If you’d like a copy of this month’s issue added to your order, just let us know.
Learn a bit more about what caused the heartworm disease treatment shortage, and what you can do until the supply is restored. If you have a dog that has been diagnosed with heartworm, you’ll want to read the recommendations of both the manufacturer of the treatment as well as the author’s suggestions.
When faced with a diagnosis of cancer, the choice of chemotherapy is never easy. This article may provide you with some perspective as you weigh your options. This is a fascinating examination of the pros and cons of evaluating this course of treatment when your dog is diagnosed with cancer. With cancer as the leading disease-related cause of death for dogs, this information may prove invaluable at some point down the road.
If your dog jealously guards his food, other possessions, or is more aggressive that you’d like when approached by other dogs, this article may be for you. Learn how to recognize and best deal with different types of “resource guarding”, which is a natural canine instinct.
We’ve had quite a few clients with dogs who have been diagnosed with Addison’s Disease over the years. This frustrating disease can be difficult to diagnose, and is often treated with drugs. Learn what role nutrition, supplements, and other holistic therapies can play in managing this disease.