I am in the process of getting a new puppy, and I want to start looking at vets, I will admit I am clueless on what to look for, as my family growing up didn't really take the dog to the vet. I want to make sure I do everything right, so if anyone who has any experience with vets in my area could make any recommendations I would appreciate it!
I have also been doing some research on holistic/conventional Vets.
I'm a huge fan of avoiding things that seem unnatural and processed for myself, and have had a good time of it so far, so I would be leaning toward the holistic approach for my puppy's future, but I would still like to be more informed on what that actually means for him, is there anything a holistic vet wouldn't be able to do, that a conventional one would?
, but I would still like to be more informed on what that actually means for him, is there anything a holistic vet wouldn't be able to do, that a conventional one would?
Thanks for reading!
I have a traditional vet and a veterinary acupuncturist. The Acu vet is a vet, same license and ability to practice. Just limited due to equipment. Her office has no surgical suite or other heavy medical equipment as she chose to go a different route after years practicing in a traditional practice.