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.
Check out our monthly newsletters for interesting news and events, disease highlights, memorials and our new section, Pet of the Month.
The Whole Pet
News and Tips from Beverly Animal Natural Health Center
The exterior renovations that started last October are finishing up. In addition to the new lower wall that was redone last year, we are getting a new facade with a brand-new sign as well. Hard to believe we have been in the Cabot Plaza for almost 18 years!
We hope you like our new look.
Over the summer, I read “Being Mortal” by Atul Gawande. I have thought about the book almost every day either in my own reflections of life or talking to a client about it. I did write my thoughts as a veterinarian on the book, with pen and paper, back in September when my computer crashed. Being a big recycler, it appears that I recycled the four pages that I wrote one night before turning in. So much for my career as an author!
Alas, I am back here at the keyboard of my new MacBook on a day off back at it again.
In Atul’s latest book, he delves into the struggles of human medicine and humanity. Yes, we have had huge advancements in medicine and surgery in both the human and veterinary world. [Read More]
In Memory of our beloved pets that have passed: In Memoriam