New Puppy Wellness or Pre-Purchase Consultation
Pre purchase or post purchase/adoption, and/or new puppy wellness consultations will help you to get your new puppy off on the right paw towards a long, healthy, happy life!
Included in the new puppy wellness consultation:
- Natural immunity
- Balanced raw diet
- Non-toxic pest & parasite control
- Delayed or absent neutering
- Drug free heartworm prevention
- Early life socialization
- Vaccines or Not?
Included in the Pre-purchase/adoption consultation in addition to the above is:
- Finding The Right Breeder
- Shelter Adoptions
- Dog Breeds and Finding The Perfect Match in a Puppy
- Proper Nutrition and Feeding Guidelines
- Life Enrichment/Socialization Ideas & Solutions
- Natural Pest & Parasite Prevention
- Appropriate Exercise/Fitness Suggestions
- Emotional Health
- House/Potty Training
New Puppy Wellness Consultation: $150.00
Pre Purchase Consultation $190.00
Extended Support for any Consultation is always available.
To schedule a consultation, please fill out the Health History Profile and email it to: email@example.com.
Copyright 2003 – 2018 Dr Jeannie Thomason, Animal Naturopath, Small Animal Nutritionist, Natural Animal Health Coach
The purpose and general goal of the veterinary naturopathic consultation offered by Jeannie Thomason,CVND is to educate the client about their animals body systems in relation to function and ability pertaining to maintenance of overall homeostasis (balance) through the removal of various, and typically specific, obstacles to their health, this thereby encouraging their body’s own natural healing processes. Jeannie Thomason,CVND does not function as a traditional allopathic veterinarian by diagnosing disease, treating disease, or performing invasive procedures, nor do her services replace that of a traditional licensed allopathic veterinarian.
The information offered by Jeannie Thomason, CVND is intended to provide general guidance. Nothing on the web site or during a regular consultation constitutes traditional allopathic veterinary advice. Always consult with a licensed veterinarian before undertaking any course of “treatment” for your animal or changing treatments or medications your own veterinarian has already prescribed. This consultation will hopefully suggest additional options to think about, and other areas to explore, based on your dog’s condition.