What is Cat Scratch Fever?

What is Cat Scratch Fever?

Cat scratch fever is a disease that your child can catch it from your cat or kitten from a scratch or even a bite. Disease results from a cat scratch (or bite) and transmission of the bacteria. Papules and Pustules initially form around the site of infection. Symptoms may not...

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What is Canine Heartworm Disease?

What is Canine Heartworm Disease?

  Canine Heartworm Disease (CHD) in dogs is a slow chronic condition caused by infection with large round bodied worms (Dirofilaria immitis) found in the heart. Adult worms can measure up to 30cm in length and can number up to 300. These parasites cause mechanical blockage within the heart by...

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What is Limb Paralysis?

What is Limb Paralysis?

Limb paralysis is a very common condition in dogs which can occur in both fore leg and hind leg. However it is more common in hind legs. Various reasons for hind limb paralysis are trauma due to accident, fall from height or fight among animals. Other common causes are old...

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Are Electromagnetic fields harmful?

Are Electromagnetic fields harmful?

Electromagnetic fields (EMFs) are one of the most pernicious threats to your health. The question is, how do you limit your exposure to healthier levels? Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, one of my longtime mentors, was instrumental in educating me about the influence of EMFs on health. Klinghardt, who founded the Sophia...

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Can unconventional therapies be beneficial?

Can unconventional therapies be beneficial?

When nine-year-old Yorkshire terrier Maeko was referred to Ra Healing Centre, billed as Singapore’s first full-fledged animal rehabilitation centre, it suffered from spinal disease and arthritis, which caused it to be completely immobile. Unable to sit or stand, it could only lie down. After several sessions of rehabilitation – first to...

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Is your Dog at risk of Roundworms?

Is your Dog at risk of Roundworms?

The canine roundworms are parasites that can be found in the dog’s small intestine, where they feed on bodily fluids and tissue. Their length can get to 6 inches, so they’re as long as a spaghetti string. You can imagine how they could be dangerous to the life of a...

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Pet Expo 2016

Pet Expo 2016

A panel of ten pet care experts, including veterinarians, will hold a conference this weekend (March 25 to 27) to educate pet owners on treatments for their pets. These treatments include physiotherapy, hydrotherapy, and veterinary acupuncture. There will also be a lecture on nutrition in pets, including the health impact of...

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