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Pet owners who use an integrative/holistic approach to their pets’ care often find that fewer conventional medications are needed when their pets become ill. Even when conventional medications are needed, the integrative/holistic approach often allows pets to be treated with lower doses of conventional medicine. Please scroll down to get access to information about pet care in Jacksonville, NC.

Academy Animal Hospital Pa
(910) 353-3131
237 Western Blvd
Jacksonville, NC

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Coastal Cat Clinic
(910) 938-4515
13 Doris Ave E Ste 3
Jacksonville, NC

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Banfield, the Pet Hospital
(910) 378-4084
1335 Western Blvd.
Jacksonville, NC
 
Ideal Pet Care
(910) 324-1259
6981 Gum Branch Rd
Richlands, NC

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Haga, C A, Dvm - Animed
(910) 353-2502
105 Nc Highway 172
Hubert, NC

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Jacksonville Veterinary Hosp
(910) 347-3186
131 Wilmington Hwy
Jacksonville, NC

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Onslow Animal Hospital
(910) 347-1219
10 Doris Ave E
Jacksonville, NC

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College View Veterinary Clinic
(910) 346-4212
2430 Commerce Rd
Jacksonville, NC

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Animed
(910) 353-2502
105 Old Hwy 172
Hubert, NC

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Wellington Animal Hospital
(919) 576-1297
6400 Tryon Rd
Cary, NC
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Wellington Animal Hospital
6400 Tryon Rd
Cary, NC 27518


Hours
Monday 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday 7:30 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Sunday Closed
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Animal Boarding, Animal Daycare, Animal Flea Control, Animal Grooming, Animal Microchipping, Declawing, Emergency Veterinary Clinic, Small Animal Vet, Spaying/Neutering, Veterinarians, Veterinary Dentistry, Veterinary Docking, Veterinary Euthanasia, Veterinary House Calls, Veterinary Medical Specialties, Veterinary Surgery, Veterinary Vaccinations

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Pet Care

By Dr. Shawn Messonnier for WebVet

Using an integrative/holistic approach to keep your pet healthy is a great idea.  By combining the best that conventional medicine and alternative medicine can offer, you can maximize your pet’s response to therapy and minimize and possibly even prevent disease.

Pet owners who use an integrative/holistic approach to their pets’ care often find that fewer conventional medications are needed when their pets become ill.  Even when conventional medications are needed, the integrative/holistic approach often allows pets to be treated with lower doses of conventional medicine.

Holistic veterinarians have several goals for their patients.  These include preventing disease; saying no to drugs whenever possible, instead substituting an alternative therapy such as an herbal or homeopathic remedy for the conventional medication; healing the pet rather than simply treating a disease; offering hope for those cases that seem hopeless; and reducing the cost of pet care.  The integrative/holistic approach most easily allows them to achieve these goals for most of their patients.

Below are some helpful tips that can get you started on an integrative/holistic approach to pet health care. Most veterinarians can help you with these steps.

  • Feeding your pet a proper diet is the foundation upon which any integrative/holistic pet care program begins. Simply put, your pet is what he or she eats.

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Opinion Corner
Pet Owners in North Carolina shared their opinions about Pet Owner Survey
Do you own any pets?
Yes: 82%
No: 17%
What type(s) of pet(s) do you own? (Select all that apply)
Dog: 69%
Cat: 43%
Bird: 8%
Small pet (e.g. rabbit, hamster, ferret): 17%
Exotic pet (snake, lizard): 13%
Fish: 17%
Horse: 0%
Pig: 0%
Other farm animal: 0%
Other: 0%
What types of pet information do you most frequently seek out on the Internet? (Select all that apply)
Health-related symptoms (vomiting, diarrhea, limping, etc.): 43%
In-depth information about your pet's health (allergies, ticks and fleas, nutrition, etc.): 30%
Cute pet pictures or funny videos: 60%
Pets in the News (hero stories, photo contests, etc.): 17%
Breed information or place to adopt a pet: 13%
Finding a vet for your pet: 21%
Alerts (pet food recalls, seasonal alerts, etc.): 26%
Other: 8%
How important is it that the medical/health-related content you find is veterinarian-approved?
Not at all important: 0%
Not that important: 0%
Neutral: 13%
Important: 43%
Very important: 43%
Source: Survey.com