by Nancy Kay, DVM
Choosing a veterinarian who practices Western medicine (conventional medicine/allopathy) or one who practices Eastern medicine (alternative/complementary medicine) is fairly straightforward. Successfully combining the best of both medical worlds however can be challenging. Speaking for Spot fan, Carolyn recently sent me an email based on her experiences:
Choosing a veterinarian who practices Western medicine (conventional medicine/allopathy) or one who practices Eastern medicine (alte [More]
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