What Does Holistic Wellness Mean?
Updated: May 25, 2020
Who has ever wanted to learn how they can create the right foundation for their pet from the very start? I imagine many who follow me will fall into this category, but have you found yourself wondering why do we give our new puppies so many vaccines all at once and then recommend putting chemicals all over them to prevent fleas and other things? Doesn’t seem very healthy right?!
I’m going to help guide you on how to provide the best foundation for your pet through nutrition, appropriate vaccination schedule and what things to watch for. Of course, you can do everything right and your pet can still develop illness, but the goal is to help minimize illness or if something does happen, it will be easier to remedy due to the strong foundation of health you have given your pet.
What exactly is holistic wellness? By taking a holistic approach to health, we are looking at at the whole body rather than just symptoms. The approach of simply looking at symptoms is one of the biggest reasons for medicine not working very effectively. When we treat symptoms, we are not treating the underlying root problem. By suppressing the symptoms with drugs, now we are actually creating more issues, because the underlying problem has not been fixed. However, we have no idea because we “feel” better but the smoldering inflammation is continuing and we have no idea.
Here is a video that goes into depth about holistic medicine and how it can help your pet thrive naturally!
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*Disclaimer: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian or doctor. Dr. Katie Woodley cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make medical recommendations for your pet without first establishing a veterinarian-client-patient relationship.