List of Veterinarians Who Practice Holistic Medicine
Dr. Michael Dym, DMV, Classical Veterinary
Homeopathy -offers phone consultation - Experienced with
Factor email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Dym is one of 250 veterinarians in the US trained in classical veterinary
homeopathy by Richard Pitcairn, DVM, PhD. Dr. Dym is a presidential scholar
graduate from Cornell University with his VMD from Penn. He is an active member
of the Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy and the American Holistic Veterinary
Medical Association. www.doctordym.com/
"Over the past 40 years and 17 generations of dogs and, cats we are seeing
tremendous increases in chronic ill health in our pets that was rare back in
the early 1960's. Most of these illnesses revolve around breakdown in our pets'
immune systems, and include chronic skin/ear allergies, digestive upset, thyroid/adrenal/pancreatic
disorders, seizures, gum/ teeth problems, degenerative arthritis, kidney/liver
failure, and cancer across all ages and breeds. We are also seeing a record
number of behavioral and emotional disorders including alarming and unexplained
fears/aggression., as well as difficulty focusing/training and paying attention.
The analogy of these compared with escalating immune/behavioral diseases in
children is quite disturbing. The two biggest factors in our pets' population
health decline over these generations has been the severe overuse of multiple vaccines and
nutrient poor and toxin filled commercial
pet foods. We have also failed to address the underlying cause of disease
by only sup pressing symptoms with antibiotics,
cortisone and related drugs, so the
disease progresses and goes deeper. Homeopathy offers a viable alternative in
truly curing pets and making their bodies healthier."
Read Dr. Dym's short article The
State of Veterinary "Vaccinosis" - Animal Diseases Caused by Vaccines
Dr. Will Falconer, D.V.M
. Certified Veterinary
Homeopath, Alternatives for Animal Health, Austin, Texas
by Appointment 512-288-5400
Dr. Falconer accepts a limited number of new patients most of the
year. His Contact Page
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri 1980. Practice followed,
with the first seven years providing conventional medical and surgical care
to creatures large and small. Retraining in methods natural included certification
in acupuncture by the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, followed
by certification as a Veterinary Homeopath by the Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy.
Dr. Falconer has since 1992 dedicated his practice to classical homeopathy,
with animal patients around the globe. Dr Falconer also uses
Transfer Factor in his practice.
The philosophy of Alternatives for Animal Health is that we work with your
animal’s innate healing abilities to achieve an optimal state of health. This
is best accomplished by the smooth working together of doctor, care giver, and
animal. The doctor depends on you the care giver to carefully watch and report
on symptoms. He will use the information you provide to carefully guide the
course of homeopathic care for your individual animal. As no two animals are
exactly alike, even if they have the same diagnosis, we will focus on how your
individual animal manifests illness and health. This uniqueness will guide the
treatment according to the clear principals of classical homeopathy.
Vaccination issue - Vaccinations: See Dr. Falconer's
3 part analysis on vaccination
Question to Dr. Falconer: does vaccination (or over-vaccination) causes
overactive immune reaction (autoimmune disorder) or does it cause suppression
of the immune system?
Dr. Falconer: "The answer is YES. Probably both. Vaccination *confuses*
the immune system, as I point out in my
heartworm eBook. So,
it could go either way, or alternate over time between the two.
Transfer Factor is a natural nutritional
product that help support the animal's immune system. A healthy immune system
is capable of helping the body heal itself. Transfer Factor should be given
before and immediately after vaccination for at least a few weeks to help ameliorate
the confusion (when someone is faced with a mandatory vaccination, or has decided
they want to give one). By giving the immune system with Transfer Factor, the
immune intelligence should be able to better sort through the confusion, though
I'm not sure that's measurable."
Vonck DVM specializes in holistic natural healthcare that promotes longevity
and enhances life quality in animals.
Telephone Consultations by Appointment 540-320-4603
Email Marlice Vonck DVM:
Dr. Vonck provides holistic veterinary consultations using only natural veterinary
modalities such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, food therapy, Tuina massage,
Postural Rehabilitation, homeopathy, Reiki, essential oils, flower remedies
Dr Vonck’s mission is to educate owners in how to optimize their pets’ health
through species-specific appropriate nutrition, strategic natural supplements
and natural preventatives, and by avoiding health damage minimizing exposure
to chemicals, vaccines, pharmaceuticals and environmental toxins.
Holistic veterinary consultations are designed to promote thriving health
by addressing any imbalances by prescribing strategic supplements and through
identifying nutritional and lifestyle management strategies for the owner to
help keep their pets optimally healthy. Many conditions can be relieved, such
as (but not limited to) arthritis, behavioral issues, skin allergies, gastro-intestinal
issues, metabolic issues such as diabetes, thyroid disease, cancer, incontinence
and musculo-skeletal injuries.
Dr. Vonck and her practice
Charles E Loops
takes phone consultation for animals, large and small. 38 Waddell Hollow
Rd., Pittsboro, NC
27312 --- Phone: (919)542-0442 - Experienced with
"After 10 years of traditional veterinary practice I became tired of having
no treatment for chronic disease, incurable conditions, and a plethora of allergic
maladies which seem to plague all veterinary practices. I was frustrated with
giving animals cortisone (danger of steroids)
because I had no other solutions, or using antibiotics
(danger of antibiotics) for infections
which I knew were of viral origin. At this time I had some chronic health problems,
which had been unresolvable allopathically, but they responded to
treatment by homeopathy. It took some time
but it worked.!
This is when my philosophy about disease changed and my interest in classical
homeopathy began. I studied with Richard Pitcairn, DVM, going to workshops that
he offered for several years. I completed a year of study with Linda Johnston,
M.D., author of Everyday Miracles who had a very successful homeopathic practice
in Ca.. I have studied extensively and continue to do so. I progressively added
homeopathy to my practice over a 4 year period and in February of 1992, I sold
this practice so that I could devote myself to veterinary homeopathy exclusively.
My practice is mainly by referral and 95% by telephone consultation. I have
treated thousands of cases using the principles of classical homeopathy and
I continue to find this system of gentle healing to be the most effective therapy
that has ever existed.
Dr Loops also offers alternative to routine vaccination with a
SCHEDULE FOR IMMUNIZATION
WITH HOMEOPATHIC NOSODES
Homeopathic vaccine antidote - By law, an animal must be vaccinated
against rabies every three years. To protect your pet, you can request from
Dr. Loops a homeopathic antidote to minimize or reduce
vaccine damage. The cost is $6.00 for single doses and $15 for 1/4 ounce
bottles for repeated dosing. I believe that sick animals or animals with a compromised
immune system can get an examption to rabie vaccines. Check with your local
animal control authorities.
Correctly prescribed homeopathic remedies can often undue the damage caused
by vaccines Homeopathy is noted
for its success to antidote or remove the toxic effects of vaccines and to re-establish
balance in the organism and restore health. Certain homeopathic remedies taken
after vaccination can minimize vaccine damage. A professional homeopathic vet
should be consulted for more information.
By law, an animal must be vaccinated against rabies every three years. To protect
your pet, you can request a homeopathic antidote to minimize the side effects
of vaccine damage from Dr. Charlie Loops. For rabie vaccine, the remedy is "lyssin".
The cost $6.00 for single doses and $15. for 1/4 ounce bottles for repeated
dosing. Some nosodes seem to work more effectively than others. None produce
titers against disease like a vaccination, so they are not vaccine replacements.
They do seem to moderate a disease condition if the animal is exposed, even
if they don't prevent it. Homeopathic nosodes are another option for guardians
who wish to avoid vaccinations. Nosodes cost $15. each and provide many doses.
They are dosed "as needed" and instructions are provided
from Dr. Loop's office.
Telephone Consultations by Appointment: Hours: 9-4 (EST) Mon., Tues., Wed., &
Fri. (closed Thursdays) Phone: (919) 542-0442 Fax: (919) 542-0535
Dr. Patricia Jordan D.V.M is available to consult with you on a variety of
topics concerning the health of your pet. A list of topics along with their
description can be found in her website.
Use her contact form to schedule
Dr. Jordan has been a member of the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association)
for the past 25 years and a practicing veterinarian for the past 23 years. Dr.
Jordan has been on the front line of examining the effects of the veterinary
vaccine protocols in the United States; she has been licensed in over a dozen
states and has visited practices in over 13 states to observe first hand the effects of the
current vaccine protocols. She graduated from North Carolina State University
in l982. Large Animal Medicine and Surgery Externship at the New Bolton Center
University of Pennsylvania. Equine Medicine and Surgery Research Scientist for
the NIEHS (National Institute of Environmental and health Sciences) under Dr.
John McGlaughlin in Toxicology. She was nominated for the 1986 Pubic Health
Epidemiology Award for the NC College of Veterinary Medicine Certified in Veterinary
Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine & Herbology, Tui Na
and a student of the Chi Institute in Reddick, Florida under Dr. Huisheng Xie
and South China University of Agriculture, currently finishing the Master's
Program in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. Establishing four different
veterinary facilities, originating six new veterinary facilities, certified
by the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Board.
Dr. Jordan is the author of
of the Beast: Hidden in Plain Sight. She cites research studies showing
that annual vaccinations are totally unnecessary and especially in respect of
rabies where over vaccination is causing genetic changes and violent behaviour
in animals including horses. This annual regime financially benefits veterinary
business practices and pharmaceutical companies at the expense of pet owners
and their suffering, short lived companions. Dr Jordan also shows the connection
between mass vaccinations and subsequent outbreaks of the same disease in the
treated population which was vaccinated proving that vaccinations do not stop
disease but actually cause it to spread.
Dr. Jordan's blog contains informative
articles such as Evidence of Damage from Pharmaceuticals, Replace Dangerous
Drugs with Botanicals, Critical Nutrients Depleted By Prescriptions.
Dr. Dee Blanco DVM
505-986-3434 Santa Fe, NM
Dr. Blanco was trained at Colorado State University at a time when alternative
medicine for animals did not exist. It was only after her own illness did she
find homeopathy, which dramatically shifted her understandings about health
and healing. She has practiced Holistic Medicine for most of her 28 years as
a veterinarian with a focus in Classical Homeopathy and Nutritional Therapeutics.
She consults via telephone from Santa Fe, New Mexico and has certifications
in both Homeopathy and Acupuncture
"I am currently available for telephone consultations and use Classical Homeopathy
and Nutritional Therapeutics for all types of animal dis-ease; physical and
emotional. Although I am trained in allopathic medicine my first choice is to
use natural methods that will assist the body’s already hardwired ability to
heal. The Homeopathy stimulates the body's healing response, the nutrition and
supplements feed the body, together they potentiate a more vital healing response.
I am certified in Veterinary Homeopathy, trained by Dr. Richard Pitcairn, as
well as other human homeopaths. I am also certified in Veterinary Acupuncture,
trained through the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS). Currently
I train with many of the country's foremost researchers and teachers in Functional/Nutritional
medicine. Although I consult clients about Homeopathy, Nutrition and Nutracueticals
my primary focus is education. It is through understanding the fundamentals
of how to truly prevent illness we achieve the most resiliant and resistant
body. It is also through these concepts as to how the the body maintains and
sustains health, we can raise our expectations of wellness and vitality in our
animals and ourselves.
Dr. Dee Blanco, D.V.M - "You take healthy animals and often very quickly
after you vaccinate, you can see simple things like itching of the
skin or excessive licking of the paws, sometimes even with no eruptions
and licking of the air. We see a lot of epilepsy/seizure, often
after a rabies vaccination. Or dogs or cats can become
aggressive for several days. Frequently, you'll see
urinary tract infections in cats, often within three months after their
[annual] vaccination. If you step back, open your mind and heart, you'll start
to see patterns of illness post-vaccination."
- 413-268-3000 RR 01 Box 178-G - Williamsburg, Ma 01096
"My clinical practice is devoted exclusively to homeopathic treatment for
dogs, cats, and horses. I also teach advanced veterinary homeopathy in seminars
around the U.S. Homeopathy is a powerful and sophisticated system of medicine.
With homeopathic remedies, I have been successful in treating a wide variety
of health problems, including many that are very serious or for which there
is no conventional treatment.
Treatment with allopathic drugs (antibiotics, steroids, hormones, etc.) should
be avoided unless absolutely necessary. Corticosteroids (cortisone-type anti-inflammatory
drugs) are the most abused and dangerous class of drugs. Not only do they not
cure the underlying cause of the problem, they usually make the underlying problem,
that is, the real problem, worse.
The greatest harm of drug treatment is usually not so much the toxicity or
side effects as it is the effects of suppression. Allopathic (conventional Western)
medical thinking generally seeks immediate gratification: just make the symptom
go away. So the patient may be better in the short term, but is usually worse
in the longer term. Homeopathy is just the opposite: sometimes the symptoms
are worse in the short term (such as with aggravation or the reversal of a previous
suppression), but the real benefit is in the longer term.
A symptom, say itchy skin, is the body's response to a deeper problem. When
a symptom is suppressed, it is only the outward manifestation of the problem
that goes away. Since the deeper problem is still there, the body may, in time,
produce the same symptom again. Another possibility is that, as a result of
the suppression, the deeper problem progresses to the point that a deeper, more
serious symptom is produced. So the itchy skin may go away, but then chronic
diarrhea develops. If the diarrhea is then suppressed as well, it may lead to,
say, liver disease. But hey, at least the skin is cleared up!"
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These vets are certified in Veterinary Acupuncture and Homeopathy
as well as members of the American Holistic V.M.A., International Veterinary
Acupuncture Society, and Licensed Medical Professional for Homeopathy. They
also use Herbal Therapy and Nutrition as part of their treatment regiment.
: John H. Fudens, D.V.M., H.M.C Affinity
Holistic Clinic 309 North Belcher Road, Clearwater, FL 33765 Phone: 727- 446-3603
Bert H. Brooks, D.V.M.
Cache Creek Vet Service 15200 County Road 96B Woodland
Phone: 530-666-7322 - Fax (9600): 530-666-7430 -
"We work with pleasure and performance horses, dogs, cats, and livestock.
During our first decade, we practiced conventional medicine and surgery almost
exclusively. Today, we practice Holistic Veterinary Medicine (i.e., we also
use, safe, effective and non-invasive complementary techniques). This site is
about our complementary techniques and how they can help your animal -- even
if you do not live near us!"
Cheryl Schwartz, DVM - San Diego County, CA 858-488-1885
Read Bobbie's testimonial
Cheryl treated her very sick cat on March 29, 2003
, has a classical homeopathic veterinary practice in south Florida
He can be reached at 877-BE WELL2. Email :
more information. Costs of consultation services is $90 per hour. He also offers
phone consultations to people and pets not in the local area. have written many
articles and spoken countless times to a variety of groups on the topics of
health care and homeopathy.
Timothy W Couzens BVetMed, MRCVS, VetMFHom, CertVetAc, Veterinary
Surgeon - Experienced with
Referral practice for complementary veterinary medicine, Herbal, Homeopathic
and Nutritional Medicine, Bach Flowr Remedies, Aromatherapy and Acupuncture
--- Also consultations held by appointment at Brighton
The Holistic Veterinary Medicine Centre,
The Village Works, London Road,
Lewes, East Sussex BN8 6QA --- Tel : 01825 840966
Christopher Day VetFFHom
MRCVSAlternative Veterinary Medicine Centre
(this website has good articles
on holistic veterinary)
Chinham House, Stanford in the Vale, Oxon SN7 8NQ (UK)
Tel.: #44 (0)1367 710324 - Fax: #44 (0)1367 718243
listing of veterinarians in the UK who practice Complementary Medicine
Nicolas Baudin-J., vet graduate from the Alfort National Veterinary School,
near Paris, in 1992. Since 1996, I have been working on cattle (beef, cows,
calves, ewes, goats) and much more now on dogs, cats and horses. Specialised
in homopathy after a two year course il Lyon, in 1999 and 2000, getting instructed
in Vet School in apiculture, to help finding alternate and new solutions to
the bee CCD, I have moved back to university to be retaught in quantic physics
I have also participated to courses about cell biology, especially Vincent's
bio-electronic and Cell Symbiosis Therapy. By the way, I have got a large panel
of therapic tools and a holistic vision of medicine, in which
Transfer Factor have an important place,
to propose to my customers. Since 1998, I have created my own lab to imagine,
create and sell my selfmade food suppliants with medical claims to other vets,
in France of course and in Europe and Quebec as soon as possible. My lab's name
is Aqua Bio Vet. It is possible for me to offer distant consultation, I already
have done it, it is not a problem with good interacting.
My opinion is to vaccinate as less as possible, only when the epidemic risk
is real and if nothing makes me think that the immune system is able to answer
correctly to the injection. Especially, on horses, I don't vaccinate against
tetanos and flu each year as recommanded, but every three years, that is all.
We vaccinate too much in France. I advice raw food diet when it is possible
Ihor Basko DVM in Kauai Hawaii
- For phone consultations. You will need to fill out and submit the
veterinarian consultation form 808-822-4229
Dr. Basko graduated from Michigan State University with special interests
in Internal medicine, cardiology and bone surgery. Since 1971 he has been devoted
to the study and practice of acupuncture, herbal medicines, dietary therapy,
homeopathy, massage, and other alternative therapies for animals. He offers
In addition to treating animals, Dr. Basko is also an educator and leading
authority on holistic animal health. He is one of the founders and current President
of the Veterinary Botanical Medical Association. He frequently lectures to veterinarians,
animal trainers, and animal caretakers on the use of Holistic modalities in
Hawaii, North America and Asia. Aside from lecturing, he has published many
magazine articles, chapters in books and journals, has been a guest on numerous
TV and radio shows and has partnered with Genesis Resources in the development
of a herbal and mineral pet supplements line of products. Dr. Basko believes
that Holistic medicine is the best way to preserve good health and prevent illness.
"I adopted Holistic medicine into my veterinary work because it focuses on
the true nature of healing - prevention of chronic disease. Holistic treatments
have no side-effects and it combines the best of both traditional veterinary
care and alternative therapies."
Lion Dr. Surjit Singh Makker
128, Ward No. 11,
Sub Division- Moonak-148033,
Distt.- Sangrur, Punjab, India.
Telephone : 01676-276450
animal wellness hospital Dr. Michael Goldberg has had extensive postgraduate
training in Veterinary Homeopathy through the Animal Natural Health Center in
the United States and graduated from the Vancouver Homeopathic Academy (Diploma
of Classical Homeopathy 2000 [Human Homeopathy Course]). He also studies approximately
40 additional hours yearly at homeopathic study courses designed for advanced
practitioners. He is a Certified Veterinary Homeopath as designated by the Academy
of Veterinary Homeopathy (though this is not recognized by the BCVMA).
Animal Hospital Dedicated to providing the highest standard of quality and
compassion in pet health care. Dr. Andrew
Jones and Dr. Leanne Sackney, have over 20 years of veterinary experience
combined. They have treated thousands of pets for a variety of problems, and
both regularly attend continuing veterinary education to update their skills.
250-352-7861 - 2124 Ymir Road, Nelson, British Columbia, Canada
Natural Pet Care - Dr Douglas
Wilson help provide Holistic Veterinary Care throughout the world to clients
and animals that do not have a local Holistic Veterinarian...
en advies Mijn naam is Judith Adriaansens en bezig met de afronding van
mijn studie voor natuurgeneeskundig therapeut voor dieren. Het theoretische
gedeelte van de studie heb ik in juni 2006 succesvol afgerond. Maar voordat
ik mijn diploma krijg zal ik eerst 40 patienten moeten behandelen. Op die manier
kom je gegarandeerd met een basis aan ervaring de praktijk in, én verkrijg je
het recht je te mogen aansluiten bij de BCND:Beroepsvereniging voor Beoefenaars
van Complementaire en Natuurgeneeswijzen voor Dieren (BCND). Heeft u een gezondheidsprobleem,
wilt u een gezondheidsplan opstellen uit preventieve overwegingen of heeft u
anderszins vragen over natuurgeneeskunde voor dieren, voor uw (ongeacht welk)
huisdier of produktievee. Neem dan contact op met een goede natuurgeneeskundig
therapeut, neem dan contact op via: info @ natuurlijkediervoedingenadvies.nl"
Dr. Samejima at the Nile Veterinary
Hospital in Toyonaka, Japan
Dr. Judy Stolz DVM, ND Judy Stolz has
been a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine since 1985 and has been a Naturopathic
Physician since 1996. She has attended the most extensive training program for
professional practitioners—Hahnemann College of Homeopathy in Berkeley, California;
the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society course for veterinarians in
1991; Dr. Pitcairn’s beginning and advanced homeopathy courses from 1993 to
Present; The Dynamis School of Homeopathy in Toronto, Canada. , she educates
open minded entrepreneurial individuals wanting better health, personal growth,
and financial freedom to join her in a company called
Ideal Health. (480)
Joe Demers, D.V.M..,
is a certified Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and a graduate of Texas A and M.
He has been in private practice for 23 years (conventional and holistic), is
a certified acupuncturist and homeopath who has studied advanced veterinary
Chinese herbal medicine and has a Masters of Homeopathy. Dr. Demers is the owner
of Holistic Animal Clinic, a practice devoted 100 percent to holistic medicine.
He can be reached at (407) 752-0140.
Kim Henneman, D.V.M - Takes phone consultations for animals,
large and small. Her office phone number is 801-647-0807.
Brief background: DVM from Purdue University 1986 Certified in Vet.
Acupuncture (IVAS) 1990 Certified in Vet. Chiropractic (AVCA) 1991 Completed
Course in Vet. Homeopathy (AVH) 1995 Her practice is 80% equine and 20% companion
although for her first 4 years out of school she did strictly small animal.
Her associate Shannon Hines is currently receiving her enrolled in the veterinary
homeopathy course and together they are trying to convert a small animal practice
to a holistic referral center in the Salt Lake City area. Their practice therapies
include nutritional therapy, European herbal medicine (not Chinese), acupuncture,
chiropractic, surgery, some conventional medicine and classical homeopathy.
Her equine practice encompasses 7 Western states and Vermont and Massachusetts.
It primarily deals with performance horses and is exclusively holistic.
Dr. Stephen Tobin D.V.M 26 Pleasant St - Meriden, Ct 06784--- Phone: 203 238-3973
or 238-9863 --- fax: 203 237-2334
Offers phone consultation for homeopathy and nutrition. He has successfully
treated my friend's GreatDane in Florida over the phone.
He charges $30 for 15 min.
The Fairfield Animal Hospital 1-(888)-402-9142 provides Veterinary
Medicine and Surgery; modalities include traditional as well as alternative
approaches to healing.
The patient is seen as a member of a larger living environment in which the
many varied dynamic forces of life take place. Attention is placed on encouraging
rebalance at a higher level of Wellness rather than manipulating the symptoms
of disease. Episodes of disease are periods in which rebalancing is attempting
to take place. Nurturing the system through making more energy, life force and
intelligence readily available (through nutrition and natural remedies) help
shift the scale of life's dynamics to one of enhanced healing enabling the removal
of the symptoms of disease. Phone consultations are available with William Pollak
DVM. This can be arranged by calling toll-free 1-(888)-402-9142. Contacting
by e-mail is also available, the e-mail address is
Steve R. Blake, DVM - (619) 566-3588 Grainwood Way - San Diego, Ca 92131
Richard Pitcairn, DVM - 503-342-7665 1283 Lincoln Street - Eugene, Or 97401
Pat Bradley, DVM - 501-329-2064 716 Oak Street - Conway, Ar 72032
Larry Siegler, DVM - 425 -885-5400 8015 165th Ave NE - Redmond, Wa 98052
Large Animal Homeopathic Veterinarians United
- DR. JOYCE HARMAN - Virginia Phone: (540) 675-1855
- DR. CHARLES LOOPS - North Carolina Phone: (919) 542-0442
- DR. EDGAR SCHEAFFER - Pennsylvania Phone: (717) 838-4879
- DR. MADLYN WARD - Texas Phone: (512) 288-0428
Larry A. Bernstein,
751 N.E. 168 Street North Miami Beach, FL 33162 - 2427
Phone: 305 - 652 - 5372 - Voice 305 - 653 - 7244 -
Homeopathic phone Consultation Services: He is able to help in most situations
even though he may not be able to see your animal in person. To be able to do
this successfully, he usually will need to talk to you atsome
length (at first) so as to determine the pattern of illness from which your
animal is suffering. Once he understand the situation, a homeopathic medicine
is prescribed along with a recommended diet and appropriate nutritional supplements
where indicated. For more detail go
tho his web site
Holistic - mostly homeopathic - verterinarian with 5 years experience in the
holistic field in Ocala, Florida. 325-245-2025
"My practice is both equine and small animals and some exotics and am very
pleased with the rate at which the animals are helped with the holistic therapies.
I do phone consultations- I am not certified, although I have home studied most
of Dr. Pitcairn's courses and feel very qualified for this type of practice.
Susan A. Brown, DVM is renowned exotic animal veterinarian.
Midwest Bird and Exotic Animal Hospital 1923 South Mannheim Road Westchester,
IL 60154 708-344-8166
Dr. Anne Hyle DVM
and phone consultation. She owns a holistic veterinary hospital in Reno, NV.
775-827-8866 and the email address is annehyle<at>sbcglobal.net. Her web
address is lakesideanimalhospital.com
She graduated from The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine
in 1985. She is an active member of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical
Association and the Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy.
“After 15 years in conventional practice, I began to notice the ill effects
caused by yearly vaccinations and
the routine use of steroids and
antibiotics. I also realized that
an inferior diet was contributing to
the ill health of many of my patients. I was frustrated with the increasing
number of chronically ill patients which I was seeing and their poor response
to conventional treatment. This caused me to sell my conventional practice and
study Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, including Acupuncture, Chinese
herbal therapy, and nutritional therapy. While I found this to help many patients,
I was still seeking a more effective therapy for these chronically ill patients.
I studied homeopathy with Dr. Richard Pitcairn and completed his Homeopathy
Course for veterinarians. I found homeopathy to be a superior form of medicine
which effectively treats most chronic conditions. Combined with a customized
nutritional plan, I have found that homeopathy can dramatically improve the
quality of life for our animal companions.”
Betsy Harrison BA, BS, DVM, CVH, DSH acepts phone consultation
830-935-2596 email@example.com - docbetsy.com
Betsy Harrison made the switch from conventional to alternative ways of thinking
about health and disease after having witnessed the remarkable results that
can yield without side-effects,
without invasive techniques. Dr. Harrison promotes a healthy diet which most
mimics the natural diet for dogs and cats, one of raw meat and raw meaty bones,
with some green vegetables. She's also aware that vaccinations by-pass all the
body's natural defenses and can cause chronic disease.
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following: fulvic minerals ,
marine phytoplankton (consist of an
immense arsenal and array of naturally occuring powerful phytochemicals, biochemicals,
supercharged antioxidants, free-radical scavengers, super oxide dismutases,
nutrients, enzymes, hormones, amino acids, antibiotics, antivirals, and antifungals),
bee pollen (rich in naturally occuring vitamins),
kelp (marine plants),
the right kind of salt (not common
table salt); magnesium oil,(a
miracle mineral in its healing effect on a wide range of diseases as well as
in its ability to rejuvenate the aging body). and
therapeutic clay (to promote healing and to detoxify) and with
omega 3 oils. Shasta does not
drink tap water. I give her only energized, alkaline
microwater which is free from toxic chlorine and fluoride. I support my
animals' immune system with Transfer Factor.
I never cook or warm up food in a microwave oven. Please read about the
Hidden Hazards of Microwave Cooking.
Just like humans, domesticated animals like dogs and cats are affected by
the health hazards of modern living. Pollution, poor nutrition, stress and unhealthy
lifestyles can lead to a variety of illnesses and conditions that are very similar
to those experienced by humans. These days, emotional and psychological problems
like depression, anxiety, ADHD and behavioral problems are just as prevalent
in pets as they are in their owners. Similarly, physical ailments such as
diabetes, arthritis, chronic fatigue, digestive disorders, cystitis, kidney
and liver disease, skin disorders, obesity, thyroid dysfunction and other
problems are becoming more and more common in domesticated animals. Many, if
not most of these conditions can be prevented by helping your pets to live a
healthier lifestyle. For pets already suffering from existing conditions, a
combination of lifestyle changes and natural medicine can work wonders!
Dr. Jerry Tennant, M.D. says that marine phytoplankton contains almost
everything one needs to sustain life and to restore health by providing the
raw materials to make new cells that function normally.
Learn how phytoplankton saved a dog's Life
F. Batmanghelidj, M.D. - "Every function inside the body is regulated
by and depends on water. Water must be available to carry vital elements, oxygen,
hormones, and chemical messengers to all parts of the body. Without sufficient
water to wet all parts equally, some more remote parts of the body will not
receive the vital elements that water supplies. Water is also needed to carry
toxic waste away from the cells. In fact, there are at least 50 reasons why
the body needs sufficient water on a regular, everyday basis. Without sufficient
water to constantly wet all parts, your body's drought-management system kicks
into action. The histamine-directed chemical messenger systems are activated
to arrange a new, lower quota of water for the drought-stricken areas. When
histamine and its subordinate "drought managers" come across pain-sensing nerves,
they cause pain. This is what I discovered in my research that I mentioned earlier."
More on hydrotherapy (water therapy)
You cannot poison your animal into health with drugs, chemo
or radiation. The holistic approach treats the whole animal, ignites the body's
internal healing force and stimulates the body's natural abilities to heal itself
"Health can only be achieved with healthful living" T.C.Fry
Allergies can be, and often are, unrecognized deficiency diseases.
Recognizing nutritional deficiencies will save you a great deal of frustration
and allow you to make the necessary adjustments in your dog’s diet.
Juliette de Bairacli Levy, an
extraordinary women and champion for natural health and well being of animals
Do you have a question about Natural Health or need assistance?
Call 323-522-4521 or 323-989-3372
Holistic Animal Health and Optimum Pet Nutrition
A growing number of veterinarians state that processed pet food is the main
cause of illness and premature death in the modern dog and cat. In December
1995, the British Journal of Small Animal Practice published a paper contending
that processed pet food supresses the immune system and leads to liver, kidney,
heart and other diseases. Dr. Kollath, of the Karolinska Hospital in Stockholm,
headed a study done on animals. When young animals were fed cooked and processed
foods they initially appeared to be healthy. However, as the animals reached
adulthood, they began to age more quickly than normal and also developed chronic
degenerative disease symptoms. A control group of animals raised on raw foods
aged less quickly and were free of degenerative disease. For a return to health,
pets require a diet which strengthens the immune system and most closely resembles
that which they would get in the wild. It's really easy to do.
The Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy
The Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy was founded as a means to train other
veterinarians in the practice of homeopathy for animals. Since its creation,
the Academy has been instrumental in providing basic and advanced training to
veterinarians all over the world. As the numbers of trained practitioners grow,
this free organization provides an indispensable link between veterinarians
and persons seeking homeopathic treatment for their animal companions.
Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy Referral
List In Country and State Order
- International Association for Veterinary Homeopathy (IAVH) Susan Wynn,
DVM, National Secretary 334 Knollwood Lane Woodstock, GA 30188 (404) 516-5954
fax: (404) 516-7622 Primarily a European organization. Publishes the International
Journal for Veterinary Homeopathy.
- National Center for Homeopathy (NCH) (established 1974) 801 North Fairfax
Street Suite 306 Alexandria, VA 22314 (703) 548-7790 fax: (703) 548-7792
firstname.lastname@example.org Publications: Homeopathy Today, and Directory of Practitioner.
The largest of the homeopathic organizations, NCH is dedicated to promoting
homeopathy through education, information, publication, and membership services.
- American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA). Carvel Tiekert,
DVM, Executive Director 2214 Old Emmorton Road Bel Air, MD 21015 (410) 569-0795;
fax: (410) 569-2346 Founded in 1981. The AHVMA has student chapters at eleven
US veterinary schools. The AHVMA directory includes some homeopathic veterinarians
(the "H" or "HC" designation).
- Introductory Courses in Veterinary Homeopathy: Christina Chambreau,
DVM 908 Cold Bottom Road Sparks, MD 21152 (410) 771-4968; fax: (410) 771-4094
Evening, weekend, and week-long classes in different areas of the country.
- Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy (AVH)
- 751 NE 168th Street
- North Miami, FL 33162-2427
- Phone: 1-305-652-5372
- Fax: 1-305-653-7244
- Email: email@example.com
- Web: theAVH.org (Good list of members, many of whom work by phone.)
- The American Academy Of Veterinary Acupuncture (AAVA)
- PO Box 419
- Hygiene, CO 80533-0419
- Phone: 1-303-772-6726
- Email: AAVAoffice@aol.com
- American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA)
- 2218 Old Emmorton Road
- Bel Air, MD 21014
- Phone: 1-410-569-0795
- Fax: 1-410-569-2346
- Email: AHVMA@compuserve.com
- Web: AltVetMed.com lists all the members by state. (Not always current)
- American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA)
- 623 Main Street
- Hillsdale, IL 61257
- Phone: 1-309-658-2920
- Fax: 1-309-658-2622
- Email: AmVetChiro@aol.com
- International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS)
- PO Box 271395
- Fort Collins, CO 80527
- Phone: 1-970-266-0666
- Fax: 1-970-266-0777
- Email: IVASOffice@aol.com
"Of the tens of thousands of veterinarians practicing in the United
States, many are incompetent, careless or both. Others fail to deliver
adequate care because their singular focus on profits makes them unwilling
to pay for qualified employees, equipment, supplies, etc. I have even
known of one vet who diluted her euthanasia drugs and another who re-used
single-use surgery supplies. Unnecessary deaths and suffering have become
commonplace." Diane Parrish - Law Offices of Diane Parrish - Veterinary
malpractice; injuries to animals.
Veterinary Malpractice - Protecting
Your Pet from Veterinarian Negligence
The difficulty in coping when a companion animal suffers from an injury—or
death—is compounded when you suspect that negligence or abuse by your
veterinarian may be to blame.
"Most of what I've learned about the holistic care and treatment
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resource is the result of a journey of natural healing that webmaster
Shirley used on herself and her family to completely turn their lives
around. Those lessons are applied here with full force for the benefit
of our canine companions. Raw food diets, detailed feature articles
on a wide variety of wellness topics, health reports, and studies are
all represented here in a slightly cluttered, yet home-style approach
that blends a first-person knowledge and passion for the subject with
a caring and nurturing writing style. Thank you, Shirley. The 'net's
a better place because of sites like yours."Gene Sower, Editor and
Guide of dogs.about.com