Pet owners are quite frustrated with traditional veterinary medicine because such approaches never get to the bottom of their pet's ailments, so they have turned to holistic care to provide their pets with a soothing, relaxing and even pleasant experience in the form of a veterinary visit. Pet owners cannot turn away from traditional medicine, even if they believe it will be better for them, but they can switch to "holistic care" for their pets if they believe it will help them.
If you are considering choosing a different route for your pet or pets, please contact the Louisville Kentucky Veterinary Medical Association (LKVMA) for more information on holistic veterinary care.
The American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association clearly sets out the mission statement of holistic veterinary medicine and is the only professional association of its kind in the United States that is approved by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and supports all aspects of medical care for animals and their owners. Last but not least, holistic veterinarians are obliged to act as a benchmark for veterinary medicine and to promote further training in holistic medicine for all animal owners and keepers. Our veterinarians provide the highest level of nursing and support staff available in Louisville, Kentucky, and we provide the best possible training and education for our members.
Our hospital maintains the highest standards of care set by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) for all veterinary clinics in the United States and around the world.
Our mission is to provide our patients and customers with compassionate and competent veterinary care in an atmosphere of loving care. We strive to provide our pets with the best possible care so that they can lead long, healthy lives.
Your dog or cat is struggling with aching joints, axillary muscles or sore throat, just like you.
In case of any of these problems it is necessary to consult a veterinarian to assess the disease or severity of the injury before treatment is activated at that time. If a transfer to a 24-hour care facility is recommended, please call 266-7007 for emergency advice and an imminent arrival, or call the KHS helpline at 502-509-4738. Dogs usually eat first, and pets usually hide pain, so we cannot help you, but if your pet is so sick that you cannot afford medical care or you are HOMELESS, you can call 502 -- 694 - 2746. Ask for free pit bull surgery or for more information about the Kentucky Humane Society's pit bull rescue program, call our K HS Helplerline at (502) 508-492-3738 or contact our pit bull rescue center at 1-888-662-4357.
If your veterinarian believes that your pet could benefit from special care in the event of a serious health problem, please contact Metropolitan Veterinary Specialists. Although we do not offer emergency medical care, we recommend that you trust a 24-hour clinic or animal hospital. Emergency services are open 24 hours a day in these places and our vets are working to ensure that all animals receive high quality treatment. In addition, in some places general practitioners treat emergencies, so contact your GP as soon as possible, even in the middle of an emergency.
Since you can search for anything online, it is easy to find pet care facilities in case of a pet emergency.
An important resource in difficult times can be the Louisville Kentucky Veterans Affairs Medical Center (KYVAC), which has been serving the Louisville metropolitan area since 2003.
Many cities have emergency surgeries that work in the evenings and weekends when the regular vets are not working. The Emergency Service of the City Veterinary Practitioners is open to treating sick or injured pets when they need it and is a leading practice in holistic veterinary care. Countryside Animal Hospital is located at the University of Louisville Veterinary Medical Center in Louisville, Kentucky (office hours see website). Primary care vets are closed when intensive, specialised care is required, but many towns have emergency departments that work in the evenings and weekends when a regular vet is not working. Visit the Shively Animal Clinic website to learn more about their veterinary emergency services and pet services.
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First of all, holistic veterinarians are pioneers and educate you about the science and art of holistic veterinary medicine. The main goal of "holistic veterinary care" is to achieve this by not only addressing individual body areas of the pet that are not functioning well, but also addressing its body as a functioning unit. Since holistic techniques are non-invasive or highly detrimental, a veterinarian may be able to use several approaches to effectively address the specific health conditions of their pet together. Holistic veterinary medicine focuses on the most important aspects of pet health, and the aim is not only to improve the general health of the pet, that is to say to cure the peculiarities of a health condition, but thereby to give it a better quality of life.