In the past 3 weeks, people have been saying Poor Abby when they see her chair but really we need to be saying YAY Abby! Degenerative myelopthy may be taking her ability to walk unassisted but the wheelchair gives her freedom back. Freedom to go for longer walks and the independence to explore without Mom […]
Medications: Can veterinarians prescribe medical marijuana? Hi friends and supporters of Phoenix Rising Integrative Veterinary Care. It was recently brought to my attention that there has been a Facebook discussion regarding the use of medical marijuana for dogs and cats. In this discussion my name and Phoenix Rising were being mentioned as a possible source […]
Nosodes vs Vaccines Nosodes are similar to homeopathic remedies. They are made from the blood of a sick animal or human or from the secretions, excretions or lesions that are produced in a diseased animal. Nosodes are made by a series of dilutions from the above-mentioned materials until there is no physical material, only the […]
Phoenix Rising in Vancouver We are proud to announce that Phoenix Rising Integrative Veterinary Care will now be expanding its services to include patients and clients in Vancouver and surrounding areas. Dr. Radica will be scheduling Chinese Medicine consultations and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatments once a month at Harbourview Animal Hospital. As some of […]
Grandpaws Treats – 100% all natural treats for dogs. We are pleased to announce that Grandpaws Treats are now available at the clinic. Grandpaws Treats are LOCAL. Ingredients are sourced right here on the island. NATURAL. No additives. They were a big hit at the Petapalooza in Vancouver last month, even the most finicky of dogs […]
An Integrative Approach to Cancer Treatment So, your pet has recently been diagnosed with cancer. Along with the shock and grief that follows is the loaded question – Where do I go from here? What cancer treatment do I choose? Sometimes clients are given the option of going home on steroids and waiting it out for […]
Phoenix Rising Integrative Vet Care will be closed June 23 – 26th, 2016. Dr. Radica Raj will be away attending the Ozone Therapy Course with Dr. Robert Rowan.