Natural Vet for Pets P.C.
Successful homeopathic treatment requires the following:
Please inform Dr. Stacey Hershman if the rabies vaccine is due. Legally, only healthy animals, free of illness, should be vaccinated. Most animals under my treatment are ill with chronic disease. Rabies is the only vaccination required by law, every 3 years after the 1st year.
Combination vaccines are not advised.Antibody blood titers are recommended for distemper, parvo, hepatitis, lepto and lyme disease. These are blood tests which check for immunological response to the vaccines.
Give only one homeopathic remedy at a time only as instructed by Dr. Hershman.Please do not self-prescribe or you will antidote or sabotage the treatment. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com or call before giving the remedy.
Regular follow-up consultations are important for the healthy progress of your animal.In between appointments, if you are seeing changes in your pet that concern you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call and leave a progress report on the answering machine.
Heartworm preventative is recommended in high risk areas like the Southeast.
Dr. Hershman will discuss your individual pet's situation to help you decide on a course of action.
Natural flea and tick preventionThe goal of homeopathic treatment for fleas and ticks is to strengthen your pet's immune system so they are naturally resistant to parasites.
"We are the loving owners of Maggie, an 8-year-old French Bulldog and former show dog.
For the 6 years we have had her, Dr. Stacey Hershman has given Maggie extraordinary care.
As you might imagine, the extremely doting owners of an exotic breed would be very careful about veterinary care. We were especially grateful to Dr. Hershman for healing Maggie with acupuncture when she slipped two discs in her back 4 years ago and suffered great pain and partial paralysis.
Stacey's holistic and natural remedies and practices are very effective and she is always mindful of the sensitivities of her patients and their owners."
Martha Sloane & Randy Hogan,