Complementary, holistic therapies help your beloved animal companions be healthy and happy.
Holistic medicine is becoming increasingly common in human health care. The appeal lies in the practitioner's efforts to treat the entire individual, both mind and body, rather than the ailment alone. Not surprisingly, a growing number of veterinarians have incorporated alternative and complementary therapies into their practices. By R. Scott Nolen (AVMA Article, 2001)
"Complementary" generally refers to a non-mainstream practice, being used together with conventional medicine.
"Alternative" generally refers to a non-mainstream practice being used in place of conventional medicine.
ALL THERAPIES used by Alison are COMPLEMENTARY.
They are NOT a replacement for regular veterinary care!
These therapies include:
Holistic therapies help your pet!
Emotional issues, trauma, chemical toxicity, poor diet - all of these can affect the health of our pets.
- Is your pet recovering from surgery or an
- Have there been changes in your household
(a lost pet, a new pet, a new baby . . . )?
- Do you have a "rescue" animal?
Your pet will benefit!! Some of the many advantages include: