Healing Paws Wellness Center is a holistic veterinary clinic for dogs and cats. Our mission is to build a strong, life-long relationship with pets and their parents. We emphasize individualized wellness plans for dogs and cats of all ages.
Dr. Radebaugh practices integrative medicine including conventional and alternative therapies. From supplements and nutrition to acupuncture and homeopathy, we tailor a treatment plan to best support your petís health and healing.
Our staff is dedicated to client education so every parent feels confident about caring for their pet through all of lifeís stages.
Pet Tip of The Season!
Obstacles to Health
Whether you are dog, cat or human, your body is always trying to maintain health and balance. Unfortunately, we are always bombarded with things trying to pull us out of balance. We call these things “obstacles to health”. The founder of homeopathy, Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, called them “obstacles to cure”. These obstacles are elements of our lives that keep us from maintaining or achieving a balanced and optimal state of being. Although this is a homeopathic principle, it is easily applied to all facets of medicine. At Healing Paws Wellness Center, we help you identify and remove the obstacles to health for your pet. Several are listed below.
1) DIET: The majority of our pets who eat highly processed dry-food diets display either overt symptoms of illness or persistent subtle clues of imbalance. This can result in both physical ailments and emotional or behavioral disturbances.
2) ENVIRONMENT: The latest studies indicate that pets have higher levels of toxins and harmful chemicals in their bodies than humans do. Providing them with a non-toxic home and backyard environment is very important.
3) EXERCISE: Daily exercise is VERY important. The benefits are on both the physical and emotional level. If you are starting a new exercise routine with your pet, slowly work up to your goal.
If you would like to help your pet overcome these or other obstacles to health, please call to schedule a consultation!
Ada is a senior kitty-cat that was found ill and abandoned. She was adopted by her mother who brought her to HPWC. Her bloodwork showed she was hyperthyroid and had elevated liver values. Her nutritional plan consisted of high-quality canned and raw food. She was started on liver, joint and fatty acid supplements. With a combination of a low-dose of conventional medication, homeopathy & acupuncture, her thyroid level became normal and she transformed into a beautiful senior cat!