ON RECOMMENDED VETS & CARE:
Remember! A holistic vet has many more tools in her bag than Western-only, or Allopathic, doctors!
All Paws Veterinary Clinic, with the beloved Dr. Anne Reed, in Richmond, CA. An holistic vet who has worked wonders with my cats! Services include homeopathy, Chinese & Western herbs, acupuncture, etc. She has a waiting list, so call now :-) Dr. Holiday also offers her services here.
Margaret Holiday, DC. She is absolutely fantastic, a chiropractor and so much more!! Cats have those Looong spines, and often an adjustment can work wonders! She visits many vet clinics; I see her at East San Rafael Veterinary Clinic, 415-456-4465.
Abbey Pet Hospital, El Cerrito Two vets in this practice. I have worked with the owner, Dr. Judd. He's wonderful, as is his staff. There are two other doctors to serve your animals, Dr. Kim and Dr. Schlegel.
Gary Richter, DVM, Holistic Veterinary Care, 4382 Piedmont Ave., Oakland, CA 94611
He's a certified acupuncturist and chiropractor, among other things! My Archie visits his Hyperbaric Oxygen chamber!! For a slow-healing wound. He's amazing! His new book is too: The Ultimate Pet Health guide! Get it!
Creature Comfort Holistic Veterinary Center, in Oakland CA
They're too distant for me to go on a regular basis, but wonderful, with acupuncture, western & eastern herbs, homeopathy, etc. Several vets. 3505 Macarthur Ave.
There are many other holistic vets. The site www.altvetmed.com lists them in all areas of the country.
A link to some good info on dental health:
www.holisticpetvet.com. Dr. Jean Dodds and Paul Mccutcheon
www.holisticat.com All SORTS of great stuff on cat care, and other links too!!
Sara Goldenthal, T-Touch and Bach Flower essence practitioner, animal behaviorist. She devised a flower essence combination for my anxious and fearful cat Maggie, which worked wonders!
A great site, run by Dr. Karen Becker, an integrative veterinary practitioner. She has a good video intro explaining the difference between proactive and reactive medicine...and more! check her out!
Yay!! Still one more reason to foster!
Friend Sher turned me onto this one :-)