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Tip of the Week - McDowell's Herbal Treatments

Question: Does a dog shaking his head after administering ear drops indicate pain?   Answer: It is true that if the external ear canal is inflamed to the point that the skin has been damaged, ...

Hi, I have a 4 year old AQHA roan mare that has recently developed what I believe to be a flat sarcoid between her butt cheeks. My Vet recommended I leave it alone due to the location and the likeliho...

I have a 5 year old gelding that acts like a stallion. He tends to herd and move the gelding he is paddocked with a lot. Sometimes he will even push him physically to move him. He also acted like a st...

The herbs that we use in our mixes are called herbal extracts. This is a process when there plant material is soaked in a liquid mix of water and ethanol (which is alcohol). The ethanol content is a m...

My horse was gelded 2 months ago and has had an infection since then, it was recently cultured and it came back as staph. There is a small opening in the back of his sheath and throught this pus comes...

Some head-shaking behaviour in horses is normal. Trigeminal-mediated head-shaking is a little-understood neuropathic facial condition of the horse. The condition may affect around 1% of the equine pop...

"My dog, normally very placid and quiet, becomes maniacal in a storm, running up and down the fence line alert to every tiny glimmer of lightening on the horizon. She cannot be calmed or reassured by ...

"My dog has Que had kennel cough for 3 months now and is now on his 6th set of antibiotics. I saw your medication for kennel cough and wanted to know if you still sell it. My dog finished his las...

"Three months ago my 15 year old Arab gelding was diagnosed with ringbone in his near foreleg. At first he was very lame and had to be on Bute and paddock rest. He had a course of Pentosan and a Corti...

I have been trying to fall pregnant for a couple of months now. We've had no doctor appointments or tests as yet but I'm wondering if there's any treatments or formulas you would recommend as a first ...

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