We now offer a dental hygiene product which is essential to the overall health of your animal. Oral diseases can negatively affect many major organs as well as being linked to cancer and diabetes. Dental disease in animals typically comes down to a diet related issues. Ongoing preventive care, no different than with people will keep your pets mouth healthy and vet bills to a minimum. If your pet is at risk, VetCur can help! Read More . . .
I met his owner at the Royal Winter Fair and they had been battling his issues for a long time. His eye was so bad that the vets only solution was to remove the eye. They were even thinking of putting him down as his quality of life was so low. His owner and I had a long chat at the Royal and she decided to give it one last go! VetCur's ImVet and Agiovet is what we used. The Agiovet was put directly into his eye a couple of times a day and the ImVet was taken at full dose once per day. Read More . . .
When we rescued a little black lab cross aptly named Sweet Pea, 6 years ago we had no idea what obstacles we were about to be faced with. Never being personally afflicted with allergies nor ever owning an animal with allergies I was not prepared for the journey ahead. Sweet Pea is as her name suggests – sweet with a heart of gold and a body riddled with itch. What started off as seasonal allergies and somewhat controllable soon blossomed into full blown year round allergies. We started noticing her chewing at her paws endlessly. Read More . . .
Understanding equine laminitis disease and causes is an important step in diagnosing and treatment of the ailment. This disease is frequently occurring condition of the feet/hooves that can be fatal. It also happens to be one of the most painful, debilitating diseases in horses. Many situations can cause the onset of laminitis such as: a sudden change in feed and excessive consumption of lush pastures, unbalanced nutrition, e.g. unrestrained oat or compound feed consumption, too many proteins/carbohydrates. Read More . . .
Kennel cough is a term loosely used to describe a complex of infections both viral and bacterial that causes inflammation of a dog’s voice box and windpipe. It’s a form of bronchitis and is similar to a chest cold in humans. Kennel cough is highly contagious to other dogs. It is a respiratory disease among dogs caused by a combination of bacteria and vira, which can often be detected via a dry, hacking or "honking" cough. Read More . . .
A tick is a 2-4mm mite that takes about 5-6 hours to firmly attach itself on the thin skin of its host. After 10-14 days the tick will become fully engorged with blood, whereafter it lets go to progress the next stage in its 2-year life cycle. They live in bushy, grassy areas and crawl up their host, on whom they will try to attach. Your animals can be naturally tick-free with Cur1. Begin by spraying your pet after a bath for nuturing wellness, well-being and a lovely, fresh smell. Read More . . .
The term allergy derives from the Greek words allos, which mean "other" and ergon "reaction". Hence, allergy is "another reaction than a normal one". Providing allergies have already broken out, VetCur can assist the body in getting back on the right track. Thus, allergies are not congenital but a true immune system dilemma that can indeed be prevented! Read More . . .
This time of year it is a constant battle with the mud and our horses are at risk of getting mud fever. Mud fever is not a single disease but can come in different forms. It occurs especially in warm, wet weather. It is certainly not limited to horses that are paddling knee deep in mud!Mud fever can range from a mild skin irritation to very painful infected sores, and can in some cases cause significant swelling with severe lameness. It starts off with dry crusts, caused by the inflamed skin weeping. Read More . . .
Stone Hedge Farms Canada has been granted the exclusive distribution rights of VetCur products for Canada. The ultimate goal of VetCur is to offer products world-wide that secure the well-being, quality of life, animal welfare and productivity. The objective is to develop concepts that are tailored for the individual animals biological adaptation and need for natural nutrients. Read More . . .