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What is Holistic?

The holistic approach means focusing on the patient as a whole in their everyday environment and factoring in nutrition, activity, and socialization to offer the best treatments. We incorporate this approach for all our patients seeking routine preventative care as well as for surgical and medical care.

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Beverly Animal Natural Health Center

The Beverly Animal Natural Health Center was founded in 1998 to offer holistic care for dogs and cats in a veterinary hospital setting. We are located at 409 Cabot Street in Beverly, MA.

Our approach to treatment plans is holistic. We draw from various methods that are available and select with our clients the one that is the best for the patient not only in the short term but long term as well.

Many alternative treatments such as homeopathy and nutritional supplements take longer to achieve effect but offer better results than traditional medications. Our blend of cutting edge technology and resources combined with compassionate, patient driven care makes our work very rewarding. By promoting client education and participation in the medical process, we are able to nurture the human-animal bond and achieve rewarding outcomes.

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The Whole Pet

News and Tips from Beverly Animal Natural Health Center

Getting to Summer Newsletter 2014

Summer will be coming…as well as the yogurt shop! Frozurt should be open any day now and hopefully that will mean that the plaza renovation will begin to take shape. We have been working to get the clinic renovated on the outside for a few years now. It will be a bit of a challenge when the construction starts but we will get through it.

Great day with Comprehensive Racing Team at the Tour De Cure Diabetes ride in May. Riding for family, friends, clients and even our dog and cat diabetics! Our team raised over $13,000 for diabetes research for a cure.

Tucker's Fifteenth Birthday

Tucker just celebrated his fifteenth birthday! Quite a milestone for the little cat that came to us off the streets of Beverly with his big feet. He has had so many adventures with his own health, relationships with so many pets as well as clients. Stop by and wish him a happy day!

Backorder Updates

vaccineWe continue to have to deal with back orders. Good news is that feline Purevax rabies did arrive just as we were using up our last dose from that recent back order. Please keep your cat current on its rabies vaccine even if it an indoor cat. They can be at risk if they get outside or if a bat or other wildlife enters that house! Please read to learn more about why we recommend Purevax. Call the office to set up an appointment. There are some antibiotics, steroids as well as other drugs that are not available, have had large price increases, etc. Fortunately, Dr Ricketts and I try to practice with a plan B always in place. Comes in handy during these challenges.

Dental Health

Our focus on dental health care continues to impact our patients and clients in positive ways! We have been able to hear about so many clients brushing their pet’s teeth. Great job! You are making such a positive impact in your pet’s health. Our dental radiology also continues to prove itself every time. We recently we able to help a dog that had been previously treated for periodontal disease. He has a draining fistulous tract due to infection from periodontal disease. Without dental radiographs, the previous veterinarian was unable to realize they had left 6 tooth roots behind! Fortunately he is on the mend and we have encouraged the other veterinarian to get dental radiology.

In Memoriam

In Memory of our beloved pets that have passed: In Memoriam