Dr. Plechner discusses cortisol imbalance.
Extinction is Forever
My son and I created this painting and had it finished by Michael Meeker from the Museum of Natural History in LA, probably 30 years ago. It is 7 feet wide and 5 feet tall. It hung on the wall of my hospital for 30 years and it was to remind people that they should be thankful, as I am, to have the presence of an animal and be given the privilege of loving and caring for that animal.
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This website has been designed as an informational, medical website for PET OWNERS. The purpose of this website is to provide the PET OWNER with up-to-date, understandable, medical information and to share every PET OWNER'S discoveries and experiences that will help other PET OWNERS and their pets survive our ever changing world.
The information that is shared on this website for PET OWNERS, in no way, pre-empts the information the PET OWNER receives from their veterinary medical professionals. Hopefully this website will provide the PET OWNERS with a better understanding and insight on how to help their pet live a longer, happier, healthier life.
Dr. AL Plechner discusses toxicity of some insect repellents, and other safer options.
Wikipedia defines calcinosis cutis as a type of calcinosis wherein the calcium deposits form in the skin. VCA Animal Hospitals has found in animals that these calcium deposits are in the dermis or subcutaneous layers of the skin, and are usually of minimum significance in the young animals but may indicate a serious underlying disease […]
Dr. AL Plechner discusses the cause of Irritable Bowel Syndrome, an IgA deficiency, and why it’s important to do an endocrine immune balance test.
Dr. AL Plechner discusses how to prevent major diseases in your pet by checking hormone levels.
Dr. AL Plechner discusses vaccines, titers, and pets.
Dr. AL Plechner discusses idiopathic epilepsy in dogs, cats and humans; and information about an endocrine immune test to identify a cortisol imbalance.
Dr. Plechner discusses hyperthyroidism in cats and how there may be a cortisol imbalance, instead of hyperthyroidism.
It appears there is a definite increase in the number of cancer patients, including breast cancer (mammary carcinoma) patients, in the world affecting both humans and animals. In my 50 years of clinical, veterinary practice, I have found that all the cancer patients I have been involved with, whether animals or humans, ALL have elevated […]