Helping Your Animals - Naturally!

Research into Animal Healthcare

Although the majority of research into the benefits of different healthcare solutions has been focused on humans, over recent years there has been more and more research into whether different medicine or therapies can help animals.

This page provides a list of links to veterinary research that maybe of interest to you or someone else you know who’s interested in animal health - so please share!
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Horses

Aloe Vera Extracts in Equine Clinical Practice (Veterinary Practice, 1996`)

Headshaking - PENS treatment (University of Bristol, 2015)

Orthopedics - Effectiveness of Thermography (Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 2013)

Thermographic assessment of racing thoroughbreds (2001)

Osteoarthritis - Review of the role of aquatic therapy in managing equine osteoarthritis (Colorado State University, 2016)

Vertical Displacement of the Equine Pelvis When Trotting on an Aqua Treadmill (Equine Veterinary Journal, 2014)

Dogs

Evidence for the use of post-operative physiotherapy after surgical repair of the cranial cruciate ligament in dogs (The Veterinary Nurse, 2014)

Homeopathy for atopic dermatitis in dogs (British Homeopathic Association, 2009)

Immunotherapy for cancer treatment (Veterinärmedizinische Universität Wien, 2014)

Comparison of Aloe Vera and Silver Sulfadiazine in the Treatment of Deep Second-Degree Burn in Dogs (2014)

Thermography - To help evaluate limbs (Veterinary Medicine, 2008)

Urinary tract infections - effect of cranberry extract (American Journal of Veterinary Research, 2016)

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