Holistic Pet Remedies

What is the Holistic Approach?
         
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The holistic approach to animal health issues means using all abilities to help diagnose issues with an animal. Holistic veterinarians will use a variety of treatments, including both conventional and complimentary modalities to help relieve and cure ailments.
 
Holistic Pet RemedyHolistic veterinarians will take in to account many things before taking action. Hygiene, nutrition, activities, relationships, genetics, and stress play a big part in their diagnosis and recommended actions. Holistic veterinarians take put pride in analyzing more than the traditional aspects of health to find the root cause of an ailment. Finding minimally invasive, inexpensive, yet effective treatments that achieve a cure is the priority. 
 
In our opinion, the holistic veterinary approach gives you the most important thing in your pet’s healthcare…options. At Pet Search Party, we feel that the best thing we can do for our community is provide them with information to help them make decisions regarding the wellbeing of their pets. The following are examples of complimentary or alternative holistic therapies that could be used in conjunction or in replacement of western medicine techniques:
 
·      Acupuncture and Chiropractic
·      Herbal Therapy
·      Holistic Remedies
·      Nutritional Therapy
 

Where Can I Get Holistic Products I Can Trust?
Keep in mind that you don't have to go to a veterinarian for every issue your pet has.  PetAlive Natural Remedies has an entire line of products that can address a huge number of symptoms and conditions.  Take a look at the list to the right.  We're betting your pets has at least one of these issues. Instead of running to the vet, you can try these safe and effective remedies while knowing you're not putting unneeded pharmacuticals in to your dog or cat's body.  
Effective, Natural Remedies for Pets
 
Does Western Medicine Have a Place Too?
Western medicine treatments and surgeries most definitely play their part for holistic veterinarians! The difference is that surgeries and drugs are considered to be part of an overall toolset and are only used if they are deemed to be the most appropriate way to treat an illness or achieve a cure.
 

Adrenal Fatigue
Aggression
Anal Glands
Bladder
Bladder & Urinary Tract
Blood Sugar & Insulin
Breathing
Chest/Cough
Coat & Skin
Constipation
Cuts & Scratches
Detox
Digestion Issues
Disobedience
Ear Mites and Ear Infections
Energy
Eyes
Flatulence/Gas
Fleas & Mosquitoes (Dog)
Furballs
Gums & Teeth
Heart & Circulation
Intestinal Parasites
Immunity & Liver
Kidneys
Lactation/Nursing
Liver
Loose Stool
Lungs/Respiration
Mites
Muscles & Joints - Arthritis
Neurological
Oral Health
Paws
Performance
Sadness & Pining
Pancreas
Prostate
Recovery
Respiratory System (Horse)
Sinuses
Skin Allergies
Skin Fungus
Stress & Calming
Tear Stains
Teething
Thyroid
Ticks
Travel
Weight Management
 

 

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