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Companion animal symptoms and their interpretation

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  • #9533

    Dr. Jeff Feinman
    Keymaster

    I am excited to be working on the 2/27 Session 2 info. At the beginning of it we’ll discuss the critical topic of understanding symptoms (signs) and what to do with them.

    Towards that end, I’d love everyone to start reading the great book “How Doctor’s Think”. It may open your eyes to sign and symptom interpretation in the modern medical model.

    It’s available for preview and purchase at Amazon at: http://amzn.to/1U4AhmF

    You can also usually find it in most public libraries.

    I’ll also post this message on the forum as well as an interesting topic for discussion.

    See y’all soon.

    Dr. Jeff

    #9534

    Dr. Jeff Feinman
    Keymaster

    I’d love to hear what everyone thinks about this seemingly simple subject.

    That is “normal” temperature.

    Is it OK for a dog to have a [b]102[/b] temp? How about a kitty (Jennifer?). Is this a fever?

    What does body temperature reflect?

    All input is welcome!

    Dr. Jeff

    #9539

    Dr. Jeff Feinman
    Keymaster

    This is a reply. 😛 😛 😛

    #9568

    Anonymous

    Hi Dr. Jeff,

    I ordered the book, quite reasonably on Amazon, and look forward to reading it. Thank you for your thoughtful resources to help us, help our pets.

    I loved the quote I read in one of your articles, “It is critical to realize that symptoms are the language of the body and should never be suppressed.”

    It is a different mindset, that I am in the process of adopting, as I think if I really would be honest with myself, I can be sometimes frightened by those symptoms. It is good to be reminded of this and to learn how symptoms provide the clues needed to really help our pets.

    Thank you!
    Eileen

    #9569

    Dr. Jeff Feinman
    Keymaster

    You’re so right Eileen! Symptoms are our [color=#0000ff][b]friends.[/b][/color]

    Value, observe, record and report them and it will pay off.

    Dr. Jeff

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