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Holistic Pet Info offers natural pet health care products and information for using nutritional supplements, vitamins and other natural medicines to help cats and dogs live healthy lives.
Consult with our Holistic Veterinarian
If you have questions or would like to consult with our holistic veterinarian, Dr. Colleen Smith, you may send us an email or call us to set up a phone consultation.
Colleen Smith, DVM, is currently practicing in Signal Mountain, Tennessee. She is a certified veterinary acupuncturist and is a member of the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS) and the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association (AHVMA).
are $45 per half hour, with a half hour minimum for the first
call. Subsequent calls are billed in 15 minute increments. To arrange a phone consultation, please contact us at 877-573-8227 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will contact you to schedule a consultation.
Although we are not able to answer every question that is sent to us, we try to answer as many as possible. (Before submitting a question, please see if a similar question has already been answered by Dr. Smith on the FAQ page.)
To help us understand your pet's condition, please include the following information in your email.
- Age of your pet, the breed and whether it has been spayed or neutered.
- What conventional diagnosis or treatments has your pet undergone?
- What supplements or medicines is your pet currently taking?
- What is your pet's current diet?
- Is your pet overweight or trim?
- Have there been any recent changes in appetite? Or changes in urination or defecation routine?
- Are you currently seeking help from a veterinarian? Is your veterinarian conventional or holistic?
Send your inquiry to Ask A Vet -- be sure to provide as much information as possible. (See questions above.)
"Thank you very much for being so thorough in your work. It's good to know I'm dealing with someone who cares."
Visit the FAQ page to read some of Dr. Smith's responses to pet owner's questions.
Regular Check Ups are Best
Holistic Pet Info provides consultations to help answer questions you may have about our products and nutraceuticals in general. We are here to provide advice -- we are not a replacement to your own veterinarian.
Before introducing your pet to nutraceuticals, we always recommend that your pet be seen by his/her veterinarian. Annual visits with your pet's veterinarian are important
for a few reasons:
- Routine blood work and other tests can often
detect the early stages of a disease, sometimes before any symptoms
- Your vet can access the overall health of your pet by feeling
his joints, examining the condition of her coat, eyes, ears and
teeth, and listening to his heart.
- Your vet's observations and the results of medical tests are crucial for developing a successful treatment plan.
If your beloved pet has an ongoing medical condition, it is even
more important to see your vet on a regular basis so that they
can monitor any changes in your pet's health and recommend the
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