What is integrative veterinary medicine? (Holistic Pet Care)

What is integrative veterinary medicine? (Holistic Pet Care)

Have you ever wondered if there was more you could do for your pet’s health?

Find out how we can optimize your pet’s health by integrating Eastern into Western medicine. There are many benefits to both conventional and Eastern medicine. Learn more about why you need to be doing this for your pets in order to optimize their health.

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ABOUT Dr. Katie Woodley – The Natural Pet Doctor

I am a small animal veterinarian who developed a passion for natural medicine while I was living in New Zealand. My vet career was lucky enough to begin in the beautiful country of New Zealand. I was able to see how living off the land by growing our own vegetables and raising our own animals was the way to live the healthiest versions of ourselves. My pets were lucky to have lots of open space to run around in, and we were always at the beach or the river.

When we moved back to the States five years ago, my husband unfortunately developed an autoimmune disease. As we researched natural medicine options for him to avoid the horrible side effects of the treatment options his doctors were providing him, I realized that I was doing a disservice to my animal patients by not offering these holistic options to them. I began down the integrative medicine route, and I have never been happier. Through nutrition, acupuncture, herbal medicine, essential oils, and supplements, every animal can achieve optimal health or feel their best even when they have a chronic illness or disease like cancer. I currently have my certification in acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, and I am continuously learning about the other natural modalities and growing my knowledge base every day!

I started this business to provide pet owners with more resources for natural medicine advice and care, because we need to increase awareness of how amazing natural medicine truly is! My mission is to ensure that all pet parents have access to herbal medicine, supplementation and nutritional advice throughout their pet’s lifetime.

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  1. Renata Mulligan on January 25, 2023 at 2:36 am

    Thank you Dr. Katie for this amazing video!

  2. Nancy Johnson on January 25, 2023 at 2:36 am

    I gave my 2 Bichons a deadly Comfortis ( I did NOT know that at the time) 2 months ago and since then
    my 2 boys have each had 3 and 6 seizures of which my youngest boy died during the seizure yesterday
    morning 10/15/21. I am devastated and am now rushing to do a a detox on Dodger. Who has never had
    a seizure in his life. I cannot describe how terrifying it is and scary and he is so distraught and in so much
    pain screaming and drooling profusely during his seizure! I feel like a horrible pet owner for ever giving them
    this deadly pill! I have a idea of all the herbs to give my boy but not the amounts for a kidney and liver detox.
    Do you have any advice? Thank you

  3. Robin’s Nest on January 25, 2023 at 3:24 am

    Cannot thank you enough for this. Watched you host the Pet Summit on Gut Health and gained so much valuable info.

  4. Ann Granack on January 25, 2023 at 3:25 am

    Dr. Katie, thank you for focusing on the root cause with our pets and bringing more light to this issue! I am very interested in in a more complete treatment with our pet sugar gliders as well. All of them are in desperate need of a global diet change and taking steps to heal their bodies from the inside out.
    I have been to many vets in my area and as you probably well know, this way of thinking is not easily excepted yet. I would suspect more with cats and dogs than these little guys. My question is how do you think as a pet owner, I could help my vet hospital open their eyes to a different path and in turn, actually restore their health?

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