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NASHVILLE, TN, August 31, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- PET | TAO Holistic Pet Products, a pet food company combining Western nutritional science with Eastern Food Therapy, offers FREE ebook: What Your Vet May Not Tell You About Torn Knee Ligaments; Understand the Options And Make the Right Choice For Your Dog.
The FREE ebook was written by veterinarians and PET | TAO co-founders Dr. Marc Smith and Dr. Casey Damron, and essential oils consultant and herbalist Becki Baumgartner.
Access your FREE ebook here: https://pettao.com/torn-ligaments-ebook/
What Your Vet May Not Tell You About Torn Knee Ligaments; Understand the Options And Make the Right Choice For Your Dog includes information on topics such as:
- Risk Factors for Cranial Cruciate Ligament Injury in Dogs
- How A Torn Cruciate Ligament is Diagnosed
- Canine Torn Ligament Treatment Options
- TPLO for Dog Cruciate Ligament Tear: What You Need to Know
- TTA for Torn ACL in Dogs: What You Need to Know
- Why a Surgeon Would Recommend a TPLO or TTA When Other Less Invasive Techniques Exist
- Extracapsular Repair for Torn Cranial Cruciate Ligament in Dogs: What Do You Need to Know?
- Prolotherapy for Cruciate Ligament Tears: What You Need to Know
- 11 Common Questions Regarding Dog Cruciate Ligament Repair
The PET | TAO Way
PET | TAO Holistic Pet Products (www.pettao.com), located in Fairview, TN, was launched by Dr. Damron, of White Oak Animal Hospital in Fairview, TN, and Dr. Marc Smith, of Natchez Trace Veterinary Services in Nashville, TN. After completing training in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine and conducting extensive research, the veterinarians founded PET | TAO Holistic Pet Products to provide their clients (dogs and cats) with a convenient, all-natural nutritional product that contributes to better health and longer life.
"With PET | TAO Holistic Pet Products, we are combining the strengths of Western nutritional science and the time-proven theories of Eastern Medicine, primarily Eastern Food Therapy."
- Dr. Marc Smith.
For more information on PET | TAO, visit http://www.pettao.com or call (615) 790-8100. Also, check out PET | TAO news and stories on Facebook or follow the PET | TAO blog: https://pettao.com/blog/.
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