As of March 2019, Idaho one of only three states that do not allow any kind of CBD (short for cannabidiol) oils to be sold either by the government or commercially. 33 states do allow some form of marijuana (includes CBD oil), and 14 states that allow varying levels of legal CBD oil to be obtained through commercial or medical means.
It can be heart-breaking to watch your dog suffer from the effects of aging. Maybe Fido’s not as young as he once was, and now lives in daily pain or can’t run and play like he used to. Maybe you’ve even sought out surgery for your dog, but you’re still watching her live in pain. If this is the case, it may be time for you to gift your dog the gift of pet chiropractic care.
Intermountain Pet Hospital welcomes Dr. “Toby” Bingham to our Chinden location. Dr. Toby is thrilled to offer pet chiropractic care and orthopedic manipulation.
As scientists and doctors uncover more about the healing powers of natural substances, alternative treatments have woven their way into the day-to-day prescriptions of western medicine. From acupuncture to herbal teas, many doctors are recommending treatments that have been around for centuries and are now proven true through scientific research. These alternative therapy plans can be just as powerful for your pet when recommended by a licensed veterinarian. Here’s why.
There’s a new superfood on the block, and it’s one that not only humans can benefit from, but dogs as well. Turmeric may seem like the last alternative medicine you’d consider for your dog, but if your pet is suffering from inflamed joints, arthritis, or memory issues, it may be time to look into this wonder powder.