Relieving pain and suffering while enhancing the quality of life for pets and their families
To Making Medical Herbal
Tinctures For Pets
Dr Kramer’s first book is in direct response to the most urgent needs of his clients: How do I administer herbal medications to my dog or cat? What’s the safest way to dose?
Learn these answers and more in an illustrated step by step guide that walks you through the simple process!
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Here you will find Dr. Kramer’s personal blog as well as unique pet tools, calculators and information libraries designed to help enlightened pet owners care for their “fur kids”.
Palliative and Hospice Pet Care
Palliative health care involves the active total care of patients whose disease is not responsive to curative treatment. Control of pain, of other symptoms, and of psychological social and spiritual problems, is paramount. The goal of palliative care is achievement of the best quality of life for patients as possible. In other words, our aim is to relieve the clinical signs of a disease rather than effect a cure. This approach is especially important in the management of many terminal conditions where no known cure currently exists.
Hospice care involves providing a caring environment that meets the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of terminally ill pets and their families. Hospice care and palliative care are technically considered two distinct disciplines but in reality their principles and practice overlap considerably.
Then American Veterinary Medical Associations recognizes palliative and hospice care as a critical part of pet health care. It provides guidelines for veterinarians to follow to help them provide for the physical and emotional needs of their patients. This has long been a staple of human medicine and increasingly becoming more accepted and used in veterinary medicine as well.
A majority of palliative care revolves around pain control medicine, proper nutrition and generally making the patient as comfortable as possible. Unfortunately cancer in dogs and cats is fairly common and these patients often benefit the most from a comprehensive veterinary palliative care program. We are absolutely dedicated to relieve pain and suffering regardless of the pets’ prognosis or the disease outcome!
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Recognizing the need for more comprehensive veterinary care, Dr. Douglas Kramer is the first and only veterinarian in the world to research & incorporate medical marijuana into his pain control & palliative care treatment plans. Scientific research has proven that animals have the same natural cannabinoid receptors as humans and can therefore benefit from cannabis based treatments.
We recognize that every animal is different and there simply is not a “one size fits all” solution to medical problems. We offer a broad and diverse range of veterinary and pet-related services. We employ all forms of treatments from modern pharmaceuticals to natural, herbal therapeutics. Our treatment plans are specifically formulated to meet the specific needs of the individual patient.
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Contact us to make an appointment for a consultation. If you feel that your pet is in need of our palliative and hospice services, please fill out the inquiry form with as much information as possible. Your pet’s individual medical history will dictate the appropriate and most effective treatment plan.