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Wendy Ying, DVM MS TCVMP
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Holistic Veterinary Medicine for the health of Mind, Body and Spirit for your sport horses & companion animal family members.
Holistic Veterinary Medicine for the health of Mind, Body and Spirit for your sport horses & companion animal family members.

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Kangaroos on the loose in Jupiter.

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Equine Anhidrosis - Help, My Horse doesn't sweat !

The NOAA heat index chart can help you determine when it is unsafe to work your horse if he is prone to anhidrosis. In south Florida, we are in the extreme caution zone for most of the summer. Due to our high humidity, even in the early morning or late evening. You may have to be vigilant about cooling before, during and after your horse's work out or you may choose to give them some time off during the summer.

Herbal therapy in combination with acupuncture has shown great promise in helping non-sweaters. Our recommendation is to start treatment in the late spring and continue through the summer until the heat index consistently falls below 90. This could include acupuncture once per month plus herbal and food therapy daily.

https://www.drwendyying.com/holistic_veterinary_advice/anhidrosis-and-the-sport-horse
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Monthly Driving Episode: Cones Exercises, TCVM Dr. Cheryl Schwartz, Villa Louis Carriage Classic, Inc. and Team USA Para Driver Tracy Bowman for 08-02-2018

Driving Episode: Keady’s training tip on driving rounder circles and straighter lines with the help of cones exercises and the TCVM segment brings us Dr. Cheryl Schwartz, the author of 4 Paws, 5 Directions, the text book of 5 element theory for animals. Plus, Team USA Para Driver Tracy Bowman and Mike Rider of the Villa Louis Carriage Classic. Listen in… http://www.horsesinthemorning.com/driving-cones-exercises-…/

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Dr. Wendy's Blog post and interview with Aeron Mack on the Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine seg of the Driving Radio Show on the Horse Radio Network.

Glenn the Geek and I talk with Aeron Mack about Lyme's disease and the autoimmune component to the disease in people and animals.

The Chinese Veterinary Medicine diagnosis and treatment of chronic body pain and malaise ie Wind, Cold, Damp including herbal formulas, food therapy and a long term plan for health and wellness.

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Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine : Phytonutrients and the 5 Tastes
Clients bring patients to me for many of the same reasons they would seek medical attention themselves. In animals we refer to it as ADR...ie..Doc, he "ain't doin' right". The equivalent in people is stress, fatigue, digestion or hormonal problems.  They ar...
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