Holistic Veterinary Medicine Links

Animal Natural Health Center
ANHC was founded by Richard Pitcairn, DVM, in 1986 as a clinical and teaching center for the understanding and use of homeopathic medicine in the treatment of disease. It has the only accredited course for homeopathy approved by the AVH.

Holistic Veterinarians in the USA

This the list for holistic veterinarians in the USA with listings by State and location as well as a guide to which modalities each veterinarian practices.

 Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy

This is the only Institute in the USA which accredits veterinarians in the use of homeopathy and helps to formalize classical homeopathy for vets in the USA.

International Veterinary Acupuncture Society

Certifies veterinarians in Veterinary acupuncture and a good resource to find a local veterinarian who practices acupuncture.

Acupuncture

The site to visit for information on acupuncture with lots of detailed information, links and articles that explains acupuncture and what it can do.

The Holistic Horse

Holistic & alternative therapies for horses, they also have an excellent Holisitc Horse Newsletter which will gives detailed information about holistic horse care.

Center for Animal Paralysis Research

The Center for Paralysis Research is a unit of the Purdue vet school that works with spinal cord injury cases. They have researched this area for over 10 years

The Ancient Art of Reiki

The Center for Reiki Training is a non-profit organization, offers an open flow of energy and information about the gentle healing of Reiki.

Mans Best Friend

Raising your dog with the Monks of New Skete who advocate the philosophy that “understanding is the key to communication, and compassion with your dog.

Herbs ‘n Birds

Health and Nutrition for You and Your Pet Bird and information, articles and supplements for birds, as well as other domestic animals.

Useful Facts about Horses

Click on the link above to go to the article with some interesting equine facts.

Animal Careers in Australia

Animal Care has many branches from owning your own small business to working in obedience training, pet grooming, captive animals or even as a veterinary nurse.