An Integrative and Holistic Approach to Animal Healthcare:
It Makes Sense!


We do it for ourselves, why not our pets? If you have a conventional doctor who prescribes medications for different illnesses...AND perhaps you drink green or herbal tea, take a daily vitamin and/or herbal supplement, you already take part in an integrative approach.  How?

  • An integrative approach to healthcare incorporates both conventional and holistic medicine
  • Holistic modalities may include but are not limited to acupuncture, chiropractic, homotoxicology/homeopathy, western and Chinese herbs, vitamins and nutraceutical, nutrition and more
  • Antibiotics or other conventional medications are often necessary for acute illnesses but in the long term these medications can tax organs like the kidneys and liver
  • Many holistic remedies can actually support organ metabolism and health
  • By augmenting conventional healthcare with an integrative approach, the need for long term conventional medicine can often be decreased, thereby lowering potential toxic side effects
  • A unique and individualized protocol that is safe and effective can be designed by a qualified Holistic Veterinarian to help improve your pet's quality of life, health and comfort