Holisticvet is a specialist veterinary consultancy based in Bath, North Somerset. We offer homeopathy, acupuncture, nutritional advice and herbal medicine for horses, dogs and cats. We are committed to providing a personal, comprehensive, professional holistic veterinary referral service to the public and to veterinary colleagues for equines and small animals in homeopathy, acupuncture, nutritional and herbal medicine.

If you have a sick animal, or even think you MAY have a sick animal, now is the time to act. I see too many cases where animals are presented too late. Please, please - the earlier you contact the appropriate therapist/clinician, the higher are the chances of regaining full health.

I am only able to treat animals under my care. If you are not able to see me or get me to visit (anywhere in UK or Europe), then please go to bahvs.com for homeopathic vets, abva.co.uk for acupuncture vets or herbalvets.org.uk for herbal vets for your animal.

WSAVA Vaccine Guidelines

In 2010 the World Small Animal Veterinary Association published the 'Guidelines for the Vaccination of Dogs and Cats'. The document promotes Titre Testing and states that the core vaccines last 'for three years, if not longer', which allows vets to legitimately reduce the number of vaccines given to cats and dogs, something that homeoapthic vets have been calling for for decades.

Prof. Michael Day brings the WSAVA guidelines up to date in 2014: Read the updated guidelines here.

The Practice

Holisticvet is based in Bath, at the Apthorp Chiropractic and Holistic Centre in Bath. Click here for a map.

Visits can be easily arranged to horses, dogs and cats throughout the country. Please phone 01225 487778, between 9 and 5, Monday to Friday for details. As a fully qualified vet, I am able to offer a broad range of holistic therapies privately for dogs and cats at my practice.

The information contained on this website is not meant to supplant the advice of your own veterinary surgeon, but to work in parallel with them in an integrated and complementary fashion for the health of the animals concerned.

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