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Agree To Disagree: Working With Your Vet
« on: May 14, 2016, 04:01:53 PM »
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Despite the outstanding care you provide your dog, it is sometimes necessary to consult with a veterinarian. This can often be a source of fear and aggravation as you might not always see eye to eye with your vet when it comes to nutrition, vaccines, treatments and/or the necessity of surgery.

This is especially true if you are the type of dog owner who feeds raw, does not have complete faith in the safety or efficacy of vaccines, prefers herbs and homeopathy to drugs and fears the stress and invasiveness of elective surgery.

You may find yourself without access to a good holistic vet or in the hands of a holistic vet who falls back on drugs and surgery quicker than you would like. You might even find your area completely devoid of any holistic vets and that puts you in the uncomfortable position of consulting with a traditional vet.

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