AnimalBiome Veterinary Q1 Newsletter
Published on April 26, 2023
4 months have gone by an we want to keep you updated on all microbiome related news and AnimalBiome Veterinary events/changes.
In this issue:
“Freya has intestinal cancer and Inflammatory Bowel Disease and was given 2 years with treatment. We treated her with chemo and soon after she developed severe bloody diarrhea, and was found to have intestinal bacterial overgrowth and Giardia, which we treated. As soon as we stopped the medication, the diarrhea came back even worse. I was told that it was most likely her cancer getting worse and was considering euthanasia. I was not ready and I decided to contact AnimalBiome to see if they could help.
They were very helpful and answered all my questions quickly and patiently. We performed the fecal transplant and started the Relief Kit. Her test showed she was in severe dysbiosis, so we continued the FMT capsules and Gut Maintenance Plus for 2 months. My girl has not had diarrhea since and I am absolutely thrilled! I can honestly say that AnimalBiome saved her life!”
- Lisa, vet assistant at VCA Antioch Veterinary Hospital
Dr. Cooksey's Corner
What's the differences between prebiotics, probiotics, and postbiotics and how each can be used to manage a wide range of animal health conditions.
Nutrition With Robin
Robin Saar, RVT, VTS (Nutrition) discusses specific diets and supplements to help nutritionally manage animals experiencing an allergic condition.
This article explains the direct correlation between the gut microbiome and the immune system.
Learn how the gut microbiota aids in proliferation of regulatory T cells in wound, and organ injury when inflammation is present.
Hanna, B. S., Wang, G., Galván-Peña, S., Wan, M., Benoist, C., & Mathis, D. (2023). The gut microbiota promotes distal tissue regeneration via RORγ+ regulatory T cell emissaries. Cell, 185(5), 1215-1231.e15. doi: 10.1016/j.cell.2023.02.011Hanna, B. S., Wang, G., Galván-Peña, S., Wan, M., Benoist, C., & Mathis, D. (2023). The gut microbiota promotes distal tissue regeneration via RORγ+ regulatory T cell emissaries. Cell, 185(5), 1215-1231.e15. doi: 10.1016/j.cell.2023.02.011
Patient Portal Updates
Pet Registration Link
Learn how to send your clients a link to create a patient on your patient portal while you are collecting a Gut Health Test Sample at the practice.
Sample Registration Link
Learn how to send the sample registration link to your clients in instances where the sample cannot be obtained at the practice.
New Clinical Brief
The new clinical brief is live - a quick synopsis of the microbiome report. Watch this video to learn how to access the one-page Clinical Brief.
We are making a lot of changes to the patient portal. Allowing veterinary partners to prescribe microbiome medicine to your patients, improved specificity in regards to pathogenic species of microbes, and an improved patient portal experience overall. Here's a sneak peak at whats to come.
As a valued veterinary partner, we would love to hear about your experience using our products within your practice. Testimonials will be featured in our upcoming veterinary newsletter. Submit your testimonial today!
Contact us today to learn more about our new offerings and how we can help your business promote optimal health for your clients.