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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Books and Magazines

  • Posted on Nov 28, 2018

Natural Care for Pets Frazier, Anita. The New  Natural Cat Pitcairn, Richard.   Dr Pitcairn’s Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs and Cats Dogs and Cats Schoen, Allen. Love, Miracles  & Animal Healing Stein, Diane. Natural Healing  for Dogs & Cats Stein, Diane. The Natural  Remedy of Animal Healing Goldstein, Marty. The Nature  of Animal ... Read More

Holistic Food Options

  • Posted on Nov 28, 2018

At Veterinary Holistic Care, we first and foremost recommend a raw, homemade diet (exceptions may be if your pet has certain medical conditions or is very advanced in age). However, we recognize that this may not always be possible or feasible. A few other, high-quality options are listed below. Raw Diet – Frozen or Dehydrated ... Read More

Feeding Your Pet

  • Posted on Nov 28, 2018

A Biologically Appropriate Raw Food Dr. Monique Maniet The most important step for health is good nutrition! This is critical: common commercial foods are NOT adequate. Dog and Cat Food was developed shortly after the Great Depression as the cheapest (not the best) way to feed your pets and keep weight on them. Returning to ... Read More

Evolutionary Nutrition

  • Posted on Nov 28, 2018

The most important step for health is good nutrition! The process of domestication removed the ‘wildness’ from our companion animals and involved thousands of years of selective breeding.  Various breeds were developed to fulfill a particular set of needs.  However, our pets also retain many of their ancestors’ characters. In order to produce the modern ... Read More

Vaccination Guidelines

  • Posted on Nov 28, 2018

Many owners and professionals are concerned about the risks of excessive vaccination. Do not vaccinate until we have discussed the pros and cons of this procedure. Rabies vaccination however, is required by law because of the public health significance and must be given by a veterinarian. We use a killed (Rabies) vaccine and can counteract ... Read More

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