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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. . . . We say THANK YOU to season 1's podcast sponsors - Fig & Tyler, Wonder Walker No-Pull Harnesses, Colorado Citizens for Canine Welfare (3CW), and, Jope Hip & Joint Chews.
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Dr. Randy Aronson

An interview with Randy Aronson, VMD, CCRT, CVA: Sound nutrition, exercise, play, and rest work for dogs just as they work for humans. Even so, time passes, and aging sets-in. A holistic integrative approach combined with allopathic (western) modalities often leads to the best outcomes with the most common diseases and illnesses in our pets.

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Guest

Dr. Randy Aronson

Hosts

Mark Drucker and Drew Webster

Producer and Editor

John LaSala

SPONSORS

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Dr. Randy Aronson graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1980 after being awarded the top honor of his class, the Leonard Pearson Prize. He completed a rotating internship at the small animal hospital in medicine and surgery 1981. He started the Animal Care Center of Green Valley in 1984 and sold it to his partner in 2005. P.A.W.S. Veterinary Center, his current practice, was started with his wife, Dr. Geren Thurston, in 2008 and employs thirty-two in staff and five veterinarians. In 2011 they won the American Animal Hospital Practice of the Year award and the Veterinary Economics Merit Hospital winner.

Dr. Aronson utilizes an integrative approach to diagnostics and therapies, combining Western or allopathic medicine with holistic modalities. He completed the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society’s acupuncture course, numerous Chinese herbal courses, and many traditional Chinese medicine and nutrition programs. He is certified by the Canine Rehabilitation Institute to perform physical therapy on cats and dogs. He utilizes food therapy, ozone, pulsed electromagnetic therapy, shock wave, therapeutic laser, and underwater treadmill to help attain health and wellness for his patients.

Dr. Aronson is a keynote speaker and lecturer. His website drrandypetvet.com contains many podcasts and articles on Integrative veterinary Medicine. Recently he has been speaking to the students of veterinary schools about utilizing integrative approaches in everyday veterinary medicine. He also enjoys educating pet parents on wellness and longevity.

SUMMARY

In Part 2 of our series on integrative veterinary medicine, Dr. Randy Aronson continues to discuss the benefits of a holistic, integrative approach to your pet’s health, focusing on foundational medicine and addressing the root causes of health issues. He emphasizes the role of nutrition, supplements, and lifestyle factors in promoting overall wellness and preventing common ailments such as arthritis, allergies, and cancer. He takes a deeper dive into microbiome and gut/brain issues. Responding to the host’s inquiry, he provides very specific suggestions for how and what to feed your dog. In summary, the conversation covers nutrition, supplementation, prevention, and a discussion on canine cancer.

LINKS

Dr. Randy Aronson (drrandypetvet.com)

Texas A&M University Gastrointestinal Laboratory

Dr. Sue Ettinger, DVM, Dip. ADVIM (Oncology)

National Animal Supplement Council | NASC

American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA)

Helpspotrun.com; Dr. Marie Bartling,

The Dog Aging Project

Morris Animal Foundation; Mark Morris

Journey To Healing; Linda Johns, animal communicator

Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine

Animal Biome Testing

Gut Restore

NutriScan Food Sensitivity Test; Jean Dodds

Animal Medical Center in New York City

Walky Dog Plus Bicycle Exercise Dog Leash

BOOKS

The Ultimate Pet Health Guide, by Gary Richter, M.S., D.V.M.

The Forever Dog; by Rodney Habib and Dr. Karen Shaw Becker

Four Paws Five Directions; by Cheryl Schwartz

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