Vital Animal | The Natural Path
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Dr. Falconer is not taking new patients at present.
One exception: As yet healthy youngsters you’d like to get on to the Natural Path to truly prevent illness and build Vital.
Distance is no impediment to working homeopathically. If you don’t have a homeopathic vet near you, you can enroll as a long distance client and work via telephone appointments with Dr. Falconer. The prerequisite for this is knowing your animal very well, and being able to convey symptom information in words.
Preference will be given to those caretakers already feeding at least the Kibble Plus plan, and who understand the importance of vaccination problems presented here. If you are interested in an appointment for your animal, please first read this.
Then, please write a brief synopsis of your animal’s situation, including age, breed, present diet, current problem, length of time illness has been present, and treatments already used. Send this with the subject line reading “Seeking Appointment” in the form below.
I work by appointment only. Office hours are Tuesday through Thursday 9:30 – 5:00. New patients may be scheduled for Fridays. I will not be able to answer questions about individual animals’ health concerns outside of appointments.
To learn more about how I work and my fees, click here.
“But wait: I have a healthy animal, and want to keep him/her that way!!”
Ah, yes, it’s always been my preference to start with the healthy, and take them to even greater health. Homeopathy has a miraculous way of doing just that. We delve deeply into all the information we can find about this healthy creature, using the Symptom guidelines as a basis, do a good physical exam, and start prescribing with remedies that fit your individual healthy animal.
It’s a given that we can prevent things getting more serious this way, and root out some inherited disease tendencies before they get bothersome.
So, yes, do make an appointment if you’d like to pursue greater wellness. It’s really the best time to get started.
“But, Do You Work on Horses? (or rabbits, cows, ferrets, ocelots, musk ox?)”
Sure. (Wait. Did you say ocelots?) The neat thing about homeopathy is that, if we can identify how an animal is showing his sickness, we can find a remedy to help him recover. But you’ll have to know what it is about your Burmese python that’s not right. Which means knowing what normal looks like, and how this animal is not looking normal lately.