Vitamin C and the Dog or Cat; Cancer, Disease, and Health
Utilizing Vitamin C in Pets for Optimal Outcomes in Health and Disease
Seeking supportive care or new options of therapy for your dog or cat with cancer?
Vitamin C or ascorbic acid is an essential nutrient for health in the dog or cat, but for many, there is a relative deficiency that impacts their health. Vitamin C offers tremendous benefit to the dog or cat impacted by many health ailments from allergies to cancer, but must be utilized properly to achieve benefits.
This course offers insight into vitamin C in the management of health conditions in the dog and cat, reviewing the mode of action, impact on cellular function and pain, and usage in cancer and other health ailments.
Oral therapy, combination therapies, and intravenous therapy options are reviewed, along with dosing and clinical experiences.
Dr. Tom Schell is a private practicing veterinarian, certified in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Holistic Nutrition. He is a 1995 graduate of The Ohio State University, providing private consultations to horse and pet owners online and in-person to assist with learning and healing. He is also involved with Nouvelle Research, Inc, and the head of the research and development portion of herbal product formula development. Dr. Schell has hundreds of research articles and educational papers posted on his consultation site (www.secondvet.com) and Nouvelle Research (www.nouvelleresearch.com). He is very passionate about health and alternative medicine with the prime goal of focusing on solutions rather than on the disease or condition.
Frequently Asked Questions
Thank you for participating in our Vitamin C Therapy Course for Dogs and Cats!
We hope you gained some valuable information and knowledge to assist you into the future for your pets!
Thank you again and please visit our other courses for more health related information!
Tom Schell, D.V.M, CVCH, CHN