CANCER IN PETS
What causes this terrible disease and how you can help your pet with the right treatment.
CANNABIS FOR PETS
Do marijuana and hemp really work and what are the potential problems?
Canine Epilepsy
What is it and how do we treat and help our epileptic dog?
Hospice care
Providing pets with medical care and pain medication that supports their quality of life far longer than they ever enjoyed in the past.
natural health care

Natural Health Care

“Preventative Medicine” costs less than treating the disease, and can turn your pet into a vibrantly healthy critter who rarely if ever gets ill.

natural health care for dogs

Healthy Diets

Commercially-available pet foods are highly processed, and may not provide all of nutrients essential for health and prevention of disease.

dog supplements

Supplements

Many people report improved health and less need for medicines when they give their pets dietary supplements.

Laser therapy

The term “laser” stands for “light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation”, which is a form of light therapy. Therapeutic laser therapy has been used frequently in the hospice setting [...]

Basic Nursing Care

There are a few things that you can do at home to prepare the environment for your  elderly, ill or disabled pet. A few goals to keep in mind: To maintain a safe, secure, and comfortable [...]

Meet the bloggers

  • Dr. Robert Silver
    Dr. Robert Silver

    Dr. Robert Silver DVM, MS, CVA in his career has established effective protocols for a number of serious, potentially life-threatening chronic diseases in dogs and cats, such as cancer, allergies, chronic pain, inflammatory bowel disease, Canine epilepsy, and behavior problems.

  • Dr. Gabby Varcoe
    Dr. Gabby Varcoe

    Dr. Varcoe’s special interests in veterinary medicine include: Integrative medicine, rehabilitation, geriatric medicine, pain management, hospice care and rescue work. Currently she practices pain management, veterinary chiropractic and acupuncture, provides rehabilitation services as well as caring for pet patients who are in terminal hospice care at Into the Sunset, a Pet Transition Center.