Love, Dog is for everyone who wants to be their dog's best friend . . . We're a trusted resource to help you make the best choices for your dog's wellbeing . . . NEW PODCAST EPISODE #13: TARA BRACH - Homecoming: Being Present With Our Dogs . . . Listen on your favorite podcast app or click on the podcast button in the menu. . . . Welcome to our podcast sponsors, Jope Hip & Joint Chews and Colorado Citizens for Canine Welfare (3CW).
Love, Dog is for everyone who wants to be their dog's best friend . . . We're a trusted resource to help you make the best choices for your dog's wellbeing . . . NEW PODCAST EPISODE #13: TARA BRACH - Homecoming: Being Present With Our Dogs . . . Listen on your favorite podcast app or click on the podcast button in the menu. . . . Welcome to our podcast sponsors, Jope Hip & Joint Chews and Colorado Citizens for Canine Welfare (3CW).
Howls From The Founder
Puppy mills disguise themselves as proper breeders. THEY ARE NOT! Puppy Mill owners lie to you and tell you their dogs are bred for health. THEY ARE NOT! Puppy Mill owners won’t tell you that the conditions in their mills are filthy, dangerous, confining, and inhumane . . .

HOWLS FROM THE FOUNDER

When Holistic and Allopathic Medicine Work Best together

May 23, 2024

Headshot of Dr. Randy Aronson, VMD, CCRT, CVA. HE's wearing a big smile, seated in front of a microphone at his desk and is dressed in a white button down shirt.

Dr, Randy Aronson

First, a quote from our new podcast episode

There’s no reason that our dogs need to live only two-thirds of their lifespan. We can make a difference.” |Dr. Randy Aronson, VMD, CCRT, CVA

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Many thanks to our podcast sponsor, Jope Hip & Joint Chews: veterinarian-crafted, made with UC-II® collagen along with high quantities of Omega-3 and Curcumin. Click on the link above and purchase them through our store. You’ll get $10 off on your first purchase!


On Friday, we released Episode 12, Part 2 of our podcast series on holistic and integrative veterinary care and how it can be combined with traditional western, allopathic modalities for the best possible outcomes. Western medicine has developed a remarkable spectrum of hyper-advanced scanning and screening technologies, and what’s now available for human patients is translating seamlessly to the non-human animal world. With these tools, veterinarians have a window into our pets’ foundational health that they’ve never had. Therefore, the diagnosis (including early detection), treatment, management, and prevention of illness has entered a new and exciting phase, and we can look forward to our pets living longer, more enjoyable lives. Just like in the human realm, our aim is to sustain a good quality of life for as long as possible! It seems we’re making great strides!

In Part 2 with Dr. Randy Aronson, I play the role of the client and specifically ask him the best way to feed your dog . . . and he comes through for us in a big way!! We also have an illuminating conversation about supplementation, prevention, and several of the most common illnesses he and most veterinarians see in their practices on a daily basis. We discuss biome—microbiome—in this interview, as we have in earlier episodes with other guests. Since this [hot] topic continues to come-up, we’ll plan an entire show on it because gut health appears to be the gateway to excellent physical wellbeing and even mental fitness. And, it’s equally relevant to humans and dogs! You may be interested in two premium gut health products in our online store, ION* Gut Support for Pets and Daily, by Gussy’s Gut. Head over to the shop and have a look!  

Please listen to, share, and enjoy Episode 12 here on our host site, or here, on your favorite podcast app.

Before signing-off . . .
On Sunday morning June 2nd, from 10am to noon, we’re hosting our first live podcast in downtown Denver at Bigsby’s Folly Craft Winery. Drew and I will be leading a conversation with three expert panelists – Philip Tedeschi, Co-Director of University of Denver’s Institute for Animal Sentience and Protection, Dr. Ross Henderson from Lakewood CO, and Dr. Christine Colamonico from New York City. Our conversation will be centered around Health, Wellbeing, and Longevityfor Dogs. Sponsors include Kong, Jope Hip & Joint Chews, Ultimate Pet Nutrition, Fox Hollow Animal Hospital, and Colorado Citizens for Canine Welfare. A portion of the proceeds from ticket and wine sales will be donated to Humane Society of the South Platte Valley in Littleton, CO. Your ticket includes continental breakfast and a glass of wine or a mimosa!  Our sponsors are also providing puppy swag to take home with you!! And, ya never know . . . there may be a few surprises! You can purchase tickets here.

Until next time, Cheers to All and Happy Howling!

Mark