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New K9 Immunity Products

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New Product "Everpup"

"Everpup", the latest supplement from Dr Dressler, the maker of "Apocaps", Everpup has been developed to assist in helping to keep healthy dogs healthy - its aim is to help support a healthy immune system and digestive system. Available NOW !

Dog Tales

Check out  in Dog Tales some of the Faces of Dogs who are enjoying their lives, despite their battle with cancer. Some have been with us over two years, some have just joined us.

The Dressler Book

No matter what you’ve heard, there are always steps you can take to help your dog fight cancer. This comprehensive guide is your complete reference for practical, evidence based strategies that can optimize the life quality and longevity for your dog. No matter what diagnosis or stage of cancer your dog has, this book is packed with precious advice that can help now. Call us to order now.
As recommended by Dr Dressler . His latest supplement for the  health support of dogs.


The annual vaccination of dogs (and cats and other animals) has been a standard practice for many years, most often in conjunction with the annual checkups.

There is a growing body of evidence pointing to a reduced need for annual vaccination due not only to longer lasting vaccines but also that vaccines, correctly administered (age of animal, sequence of vaccines) appear to remain effective for longer than anticipated. It is also possible that the ongoing administration of vaccines, particularly later in an animal's life may have a detrimental effect on the immune system as a whole, this may contribute to a reduced ability to fight diseases such as cancer.

On this page, we provide links to papers discussing vaccination

You should discuss the vaccination treatment options with your vet before making any decision in regard to continuing / discontinuing regular vaccinations for your animal(s).

2006 AAHA Canine Vaccination Guidelines (PDF, 374 kb)