Services for all species include but are not limited to:

  • sheepmountainsinbackground275x415Physical exam.
  • Large and small animal interstate health certificates and Coggins testing.
  • Conventional, nutritional, herbal, and homeopathic medicine recommendations are discussed at each appointment.
  • Change of approach or second opinion consultations.  These appointments typically last 45 minutes and the associated fee for the exam and consultation is $90. (A trip fee is added if appropriate.) If possible, previous records should be available for this appointment.  
  • Limited surgery.  
  • Equine dental exams and hand floating when indicated.  Hand floating is often adequate, is less stress on the TM joint and neck, and is often less stressful for the horse.  When power floats are indicated, referral to another practitioner is made.
  • Classical homeopathy is always an option.  Previous records are important in a classical homeopathic workup, for the chronological order of events.   A classical homeopathy intake make last several hours, so these appointments are often set up as phone appointments following the physical exam.  Cost is based on time, $180/hour.
  • Herd health management with special interest in grass fed/organic operations, backyard poultry and milk production.  Production oriented testing and vaccination, such as brucellosis, tuberculosis, CL, CAE, etc, is available.
  • Individualized vaccination protocols for all species.
  • Basic labwork, including CBC, chemistry panel, thyroid hormone assay, selenium and other mineral analyses, Cushing’s disease and insulin resistance testing, etc.
  • Hospice and end of life consultations.  These appointments are often more comfortable as a house or farm call.
  • Over 25 years experience in compassionate, in home euthanasia.


Why Use Homeopathy?

Homeopathic treatment is safe and effective and uses no needles and no bitter tasting or toxic preparations.

The main premise of homeopathy is that disease affects the body as a whole and small doses of nontoxic medicines treat the patient, not the disease.  Since the disease itself is not the object of the treatment, there are hundreds of medicines that might be considered, depending on the patient.  For any given medicine, there are also hundreds of diseases for which that medicine might be applicable, again, depending on the characteristics of the patient. 

Homeopathy is appropriate in the treatment of named diseases, such as parvovirus, pancreatitis, etc,  and may be considered in the treatment of any illness. Of course, some conditions  require conventional care (e.g., fractures, lacerations, and dental cleanings), however, homeopathy often can play a very useful role even in these instances.

Homeopathy also provides successful treatment options for those patients for whom there is no diagnostic name (anything “idiopathic” for instance), for diseases which are diagnosed and yet there is no conventionally recognized treatment protocol (e.g., neoplasias, behavioral issues), and for those reoccurring episodes of disease for which there is no conventional medical cure (e.g., allergies, diabetes, atopy, repeated colic, ear and urinary tract ‘infections’, autoimmune conditions).