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Are you giving your dog one thing after another both in the form of conventional remedies as well as natural remedies and still not seeing good results? Have you consulted with numerous conventional and/or holistic veterinary practitioners and your dog is still not well?

Are you confused by the ever-growing maze of natural health modalities?

The question I always ask myself is what is in this for the dog or cat? What benefit is it to them? Because my heart is for them, so they can live long, healthy, natural lives.

The holistic, naturopathic approach looks at and works with the whole animal in a natural way that ignites and promotes the body’s internal healing force and stimulates its natural abilities to heal itself, rather than on treating or masking the symptoms. Masking or treating the symptom (which is what happens with conventional medical care) so that the “problem” appears to go away is not the same thing as the actual elimination of the root cause that produced the symptom(s).

For those who have only ever known conventional pet care methods, the natural approach may at first seem to go against almost everything you know. This is because conventional methods have been developed from the human perspective and based on treating symptoms.

The truly holistic or naturopathic approach looks at and works with “the whole animal“, mind, body and spirit, in a natural way that ignites the body’s internal healing force and stimulates its natural abilities to heal itself.

The goal in my wellness program and classes is to help you detect the root of the cause of your pet’s physical or emotional issue, then guide you in how to use nature’s laws of health and nature’s remedies to assist your pet’s immune system to re-balance and then maintain health, greatly lessening the need for conventional veterinary care except in a life threatening emergency.

Naturopathy is not a single modality of healing such as homeopathy or bodywork, but rather it is a lifestyle with proper species appropriate nutrition as the foundation, following the laws of health in conjunction with an array of healing modalities which can include homeopathy, bodywork, aromatherapy, herbal remedies, hydrotherapy, therapeutic exercise or other specialized naturopathic remedies.

I am not a veterinarian – they treat disease. I am an animal naturopath – we promote and build health.

Nature thrives on patience; man on impatience. ~Paul Boesc

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