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Marc Smith, DVM: So, alternative therapies, they have a very controversial history in veterinary medicine. I don’t care, I don’t give a damn. All I know is that some of them help. Otherwise, I wouldn’t do them.
When treating tumors, I have seen, I have witnessed, and I have done it. Tumors that regressed from treatments that are not considered mainstream. I’ve seen it, I’ve done it.
So, some of the alternative therapy treatments I use, it’s mostly going to be with cancer. Not all of them work. No, they don’t. Not all conventional treatments work.
But, I can tell you this, using conventional alongside alternatives is the best, by far. It’s not even close, it’s better. You get better results. It’s less harmful to the animal. And ultimately, it costs less.
So, if you’re interested in some of the alternative treatments we provide, then give us a call at 615-750-2248.
Views:23132|Rating:4.63|View Time:7:7Minutes|Likes:126|Dislikes:10 www.pakmasters.com Professional dog trainer Larry Krohn showing how he conditions dogs to the remote collar by using low levels paired with food and praise making it a good experience for the dogs he trains
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Marc Smith DVM of Natchez Trace Veterinary Services in Nashville & Franklin TN:
“So people ask me all the time: Hey Marc, why do you do all this alternative treatment? I mean, why do you do acupuncture on pets? Does it help?
Ladies and Gentlemen, I’m Dr. Marc Smith, I’m the veterinarian at Natchez Trace Veterinary Services.
You see, I started practicing in 1998 and at that time I just did regular old veterinary medicine. I did the same things that everybody else does.
About 10 years ago, I started wondering: Are all these treatments, you know, is that all I’ve got to offer people?
Well I found out that there is a better way, and that way is to combine what I knew, Western Traditional Science, with all these alternative treatments because it’s better. Otherwise, I wouldn’t do it.
So if you need help with your pet of you have questions about all these alternative treatments or eastern treatments, then call us at 615-790-8100 and learn how we can help your pet.”
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Marc Smith, DVM of Natchez Trace Veterinary Services in Nashville & Franklin TN:
If you want to know about this concept of holistic veterinary medicine and really what it means to me, let me give you an idea. In conventional medicine, typically we look at just the symptoms of the disease, and is your dog itching, or is your cat itching.
Is your cat throwing up hairballs? Then in holistic veterinary medicine, what we do is we look at a bunch of different factors that can play a role in the way your pets exhibit disease.
For instance, if you have a kitty cat that all of a sudden starts peeing all over the house, did something change in the environment? Did you bring in a new cat? Did you change the diet? Is there family situation dynamics that are changing that are impacting your kitty cat? That’s kind of a holistic view of veterinary medicine and pets.
That’s exactly what we do here at Natchez Trace Veterinary Services. Now, the term “holistic”, whatever, it doesn’t matter. It’s “are you trying to expand to get better, to deliver more to the owner, you, and to the pet?”
That’s what we do. If you’re interested in what we do, then give us a call at 615-750-2248.
Views:705|Rating:4.80|View Time:3:31Minutes|Likes:24|Dislikes:1 Join me for the Nashville’s Exotic Pet Expo October 2017. See some amazing and unique animals. See if you can guess my new pet I brought home!
Views:441|Rating:5.00|View Time:7:58Minutes|Likes:16|Dislikes:0 Join us as we visit the Exotic Pet Expo at the Nashville Tennessee Fairgrounds! This was a super fun visit and a sure fire easy date on the wallet, at least for the pet expo. We also visit the Vegan Vee Bakery on 46th Ave. in Nashville as well. Both of these were treasures to behold and we had a GREAT TIME!! Remember to share, comment, and SUBSCRIBE, but most importantly, ENJOY!
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Views:233174|Rating:4.88|View Time:2:38Minutes|Likes:1154|Dislikes:28 Right on the tails of the Beau Brummels and the Byrds, the Lovin’ Spoonful were among the first American groups to challenge the domination of the British Invasion bands in the mid-’60s. Between mid-1965 and the end of 1967, the group was astonishingly successful, issuing one classic hit single after another, including “Do You Believe in Magic?,” “You Didn’t Have to Be So Nice,” “Daydream,” “Summer in the City,” “Rain on the Roof,” “Nashville Cats,” and “Six O’Clock.”
Like most of the folk-rockers, the Lovin’ Spoonful were more pop and rock than folk, which didn’t detract from their music at all. Much more than the Byrds, and even more than the Mamas & the Papas, the Spoonful exhibited a brand of unabashedly melodic, cheery, and good-time music, though their best single, “Summer in the City,” was uncharacteristically riff-driven and hard-driving. More influenced by blues and jug bands than other folk-rock acts, their albums were spotty and their covers at times downright weak. As glorious as their singles were, they lacked the depth and innovation of the Byrds, their chief competitors for the crown of best folk-rock band, and their legacy hasn’t been canonized with nearly as much reverence as their West Coast counterparts.
Leader and principal songwriter John Sebastian was a young veteran of the Greenwich Village folk scene when he formed the band in 1965 with Zal Yanovsky, who’d already played primitive folk-rock of a sort with future members of the Mamas & the Papas in the Mugwumps. Sebastian already had some recording experience under his belt, playing harmonica (his father was a virtuoso classical harmonica player) on sessions by folkies like Tom Rush and Fred Neil. The Spoonful were rounded out by Steve Boone on bass and Joe Butler on drums. After some tentative interest from Phil Spector (who considered producing them), they ended up signing with Kama Sutra. Sebastian’s autoharp (which would also decorate several subsequent tracks) helped propel “Do You Believe in Magic?” into the Top Ten in late 1965.
The Lovin’ Spoonful were torn asunder by a drug bust in 1967. Boone and Yanovsky were arrested in California for marijuana possession, and evidently got out of trouble by turning in their source. This didn’t sit well with the burgeoning counterculture, which called for a boycott of Spoonful product, although the effect on their sales may have been overestimated; most of the people who bought Spoonful records were average teenage Americans, not hippies. Yanovsky left the band in mid-1967, to be replaced by Jerry Yester, former producer of the Association.
The band had a few more mild hits, but couldn’t survive the loss of John Sebastian, who effectively closed the chapter by leaving in 1968, although the group straggled on briefly under the helm of Butler. Sebastian went on to moderate success as a singer/songwriter in the 1970s. Live at the Hotel Seville, the first new Lovin’ Spoonful album in three decades, was released in 1999. ~ Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide
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It’s the 9th track on Hums. This one show’s Lovin’ Spoonful’s more country side.
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We are visiting the Nashville Exotic Pet Show at the Nashville, TN, fairgrounds. Here we see everything from creepy crawly to cute and fluffy. There are foxes, monkeys, sugar glider, snakes, spider, lizards, and more. Enjoy!
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