Many of the same health problems that affect us, including hearing loss, also affect our pets. Fortunately, most pets adapt very well to the disability with a little help from their owners.View Article
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Ozone therapy is very effective in the treatment of
|SKIN INFECTIONS||HOT SPOTS|
|DEEP ABRASIONS WITH CONTAMINATION||LYME DISEASE|
|KIDNEY FAILURE||LIVER FAILURE|
|VIRAL AND BACTERIAL DIARRHEA||PANCREATITIS|
|CANCER THERAPY||ACUTE AND CHRONIC OTITIS|
|YEAST FILLED EARS||AUTO IMMUNE CONDITIONS|
Dr. Anders preparing to treat a patient with ozone.
Michael is receiving a subcutaneous ozone treatment. This type of treatment the ozone goes between the skin and the muscle, and is absorbed into the blood stream.
Buddy is also receiving a subcutaneous ozone treatment for his skin condition.
Dr. Anders is administering ozone into Buddy's body.
Jesse is a 2 year old Black Lab, who had been stepped on by a horse.
Her owners who live 4 hours away (near Pennsylvania) brought her to the County Animal Clinic.