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Dr Renee O’Duhring sits down for a Q&A session with Diana Scott from Frontier Pets to discuss your questions relating to Ethical Dog Food.  Frontier Pets produce a freeze-dried range of biologically appropriate food, based on either free-ranging, grass-fed beef or pork, and there is soon to be mutton and chicken added to their line also. The diet is biologically appropriate for dogs and suitable for all life stages, and has been formulated by a Holistic Vet.  They also produce a range of ethical treats.   To learn more about the Frontier Pets products that we offer here at The Natural Vets please click here.


Dr Viki demonstrates how a senior dog tune-up is done on her own dog Shadow, who is a rescued greyhound from Sydney.  Shadow is now 15 and is enjoying her golden age living a happy farm life but being a greyhound she only knows one speed, and that is FAST, so she does incur injuries from time to time.  Shadow responds best to hands-on work, which helps her to keep up speed and mobility. In the video you can see how much Shadow enjoys Dr Viki’s treatments, which are as gentle as possible to achieve stress-free but deeply effective results.  If you are looking for a Vet with a gentle bedside manner, whose priority is to help your pet live a comfortable and healthy life, book in to see Dr Viki at The Natural Vets today!

 


Dr Viki explains how a puppy check is done, including a thorough musculoskeletal check to identify any imbalances. If problems are identified and corrected early, pups are more likely to grow in a balanced and correct way, and so early intervention is important for long-term health. Getting puppies off to a great start is one of our passions here at The Natural Vets, so if you have a young dog under 12 months of age, (or a giant breed under 2 years), be sure to book in for a musculoskeletal check with Dr Viki soon!


Dr Henry demonstrates how he uses alternative therapies like acupuncture to support patients dealing with cancer. Acupuncture can be used to improve blood flow, mediate inflammation and relieve pain. You can see how relaxed Buster the Golden Retriever is during his treatment – he is obviously enjoying the benefits!


Dr Renee answers your #1 question: “What is a Natural Diet for Cats & Dogs?” With a simple dietary formula so you can easily and economically feed your pets a raw natural diet, and an explanation of why it is necessary to do so, this video is essential watching for all pet families.

The Natural Vets stock a wide range of unique ethically-produced pet foods, including: organic meaty bones sourced only from free-ranging animals, wild-prey equivalent food conveniently packaged in packets and cans, natural dog treats, essential supplements, ready-to-hydrate freeze dried biologically appropriate food, and frozen complete raw meals ready-to-serve for cats and dogs. Our dedicated Holistic Vets can discuss these options with you and assist you to tailor a natural diet that is both right for your pet and compatible with your lifestyle.


So what natural therapies are available here at The Natural Vets, why you would choose them, and what we are trying to achieve when treating your pet with integrative medicine? In this video Dr Henry answers your questions and discusses how to treat animals with natural therapies including homeopathy, herbs and acupuncture.


Dr Renee lets us sit in on a dental procedure and discusses how to implement a dental plan to ensure the ongoing health of your pet’s teeth.  Follow Sapote the Devon Rex’s dental hygiene journey from plaque-affected mouth to shiny healthy teeth!


The Totally Wild team visited The Natural Vets to film a segment on holistic treatments for dogs which aired on 6th September 2016.  The entire episode can be viewed by clicking on the image below, which will redirect you to the channel Ten website.  Dr Renee’s segment begins at 7 minutes and 19 seconds if you would like to skip ahead.


The Totally Wild team visited The Natural Vets a second time to film a segment on appropriate dog leads and harnesses which aired on 16th November 2016.  The entire episode can be viewed by clicking on the image below, which will redirect you to the channel Ten website.  Dr Renee’s segment begins at 16 minutes if you would like to skip ahead.


Dr Henry is a guest lecturer at the University of Queensland and speaks regularly to their Integrative Veterinary Medicine Special Interest Group.  The 8 part video of his presentation “How to achieve true cure” can be viewed below.

Dr Henry Youtube Presentation

How to achieve true cure – Part 1


How to achieve true cure – Part 2


How to achieve true cure – Part 3


How to achieve true cure – Part 4


How to achieve true cure – Part 5


How to achieve true cure – Part 6


How to achieve true cure – Part 7


How to achieve true cure – Part 8


Please contact The Natural Vets today to make your appointment with our Holistic Vets and set your pet on the Path to Wellness.