13Jul

 Aloha! I would love your help. I am currently president of the American College of Veterinary Botanical Medicine.  (see: www.acvbm.org). Our mission is to assist in training veterinarians more comprehensively in veterinary herbal medicine, to expand their herbal knowledge and experience, and to help them evolve through a process that would lead to an advanced […]Continue Reading

28Nov

Introduction The purpose of my phone consults is to support, advise, and guide people with ailing pets: bring clarity to the problem, recommend appropriate supplements, diets, and herbal treatments, and when possible refer to a competent veterinarian who can manage the issues more locally. The clients I help have usually been to two or more […]Continue Reading

05Feb

In this episode of “Pets, People, & Paradise” … Each podcast is approx. 1 hour in length and can also be found on iTunes. Original air date: March 24, 2012.

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05Feb

In this episode of “Pets, People, & Paradise” … Each podcast is approx. 1 hour in length and can also be found on iTunes.

Play

05Feb

In this episode of “Pets, People, & Paradise” … Each podcast is approx. 1 hour in length and can also be found on iTunes. Original air date: March 24, 2012.

Play

06Dec

I recently wrote an article for the New Zealand Complementary Veterinary Medicine Branch Newsletter on the challenges of valuing oneself within the veterinary profession. Since this isn’t an issue just for veterinary professionals, I wanted to share my thoughts here as well. It is especially relevant for those in healing professions. I hope at this […]Continue Reading

04Jul

Here’s a question that keeps coming up every July: “What can I do to help my fearful pet cope with the 4th of July holiday fireworks?” I’ve found that the fireworks stress many livestock (especially horses) and pets (mainly dogs) over the weekend. Pets with heart problems, or those who are ill and weak, are most susceptible. […]Continue Reading

30Jan

Here’s a story of how probiotics helped diffuse a scary situation for one of my own pets! I hope it helps give you some ideas of helpful strategies to try the next time you encounter a digestive emergency. A few nights ago, my healthy adult dog, Hina, got really sick. Nothing seemed out of the […]Continue Reading

24Nov

Howdy folks! In preparation of the Thanksgiving holiday and food festivities happening later this week, I thought I’d share one of my classic, go-to recipes for utilizing those leftover turkey bones from your meal. You can make a nutritious broth from the leftover turkey bones and, with the addition of gelatin, create a food supplement […]Continue Reading

24Oct

Learn all about the health benefits of mushrooms, and discover how to incorporate this functional food into your pet’s diet. Continue Reading