aWhile not a textbook, this is an easily understood, clear explanation, accompanied by good advice, for the treatment of many common amaydaysa encountered by our dogs. Dr. Jackas bedside manner and family doctor approach is both refreshing and enlightening; it makes for an enjoyable and rewarding read. a Owen McFadden, DVM Midlothian Animal Clinic Midlothian, Virginia aDr. Bloxham brings good practical insight as well as a little personality into this informative book. A good read for the novice and, also, for the seasoned pet owner. Michael Zuccaro, DVM Brook Run Animal Clinic Richmond, VATo help manage hypertension, dietary sodium restriction is the initial step. ... When a dog is urinating only a small amount frequently, and especially if any blood is seen, bladder stones may be suspected as one of the causes of the cystitis.
|Title||:||Dr. Jack’s Dog Facts|
|Author||:||John Bloxham, D.V.M.|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2014-06-27|