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War Dogs Remembered

War Dogs Remembered

“Of course, you do know why we run dog agility and working trials as we do.” Like a thunderbolt, these words ignited an emotion in Julia Robertson that would change her life forever and inspire her to found War Dogs Remembered….

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Fire Investigation Dog Kai

Fire Investigation Dog Kai

Kai the Belgian Shepherd Malinois was adopted by Mat Dixon and became one of the very few fire dogs in the country. Galen Myotherapy helps keep him in top condition. This is their story….

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How to Build a Puppy into a Healthy Adult Dog

How to Build a Puppy into a Healthy Adult Dog

We are pleased to incorporate Galen Myotherapy’s blog into this article about Julia Robertson’s latest book which takes a look at optimising the fundamental support you can give your puppy in order for he or she to grow into a healthy adult dog. The book would make a wonderful Christmas present for someone with or thinking of getting a puppy.

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Monty the magnificent

Monty the magnificent

When Sue Maclennan received the devastating news that her dog Monty had a form of bone cancer which had few conventional treatment options, it set her on a course to find an alternative. Two years on, she shares the story of his remarkable recovery and how homeopathy helped give Monty a new lease of life.

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National Dog Day – Celebrating a Love Affair

National Dog Day – Celebrating a Love Affair

To many people, dogs quite simply mean the world….. This blog was originally witten for National Dog Day, but it’s fair to say that every day is there to honour our enduring love of dogs. In celebration we look at the nature of the relationship we have with our canine friends, and meet some of the inspirational dogs and their owners that we’ve come across in CAM4animals.

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Daisy Part 2: We Begin our Holistic Journey

Daisy Part 2: We Begin our Holistic Journey

Following on from Part 1, things just plodded along with her still on steroids for the last year or so – but thankfully the vet visits were reduced. However, each time I tried to wean her off the steroids she seemed to have an issue with weakness in her joints so support and more steroids were needed. It was a vicious circle, but we were about to turn a corner with integrated veterinary care….

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Lizzie’s Story

Lizzie’s Story

Lizzie was found in an overcrowded pound in Cyprus. She was very thin weighing just 8.5kg, half her current body weight, and was dirty and terrified. She had a horrific infected leg injury – probably caused by being tied up too tightly by a rope. She was on strong...

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