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The animal described below has experienced the value of integrative and holistic veterinary care. Act now to make a difference!

Thank you to the AHVM Foundation, for providing brilliant veterinarians the platform to utilize the knowledge and expertise collected, and to support their integrative endeavours to strive for better treatments for our beloved family members. There is nothing more worthy of our support.

Mocha's Story: Bladder Difficulties and Laser (letter provided by client)

A beautiful long-hair ragdoll cat came into our local shelter. She had spent her 5 years of life in a basement. She was so anxiety ridden that she was living under a blanket. I took her home to socialize her, so that she could be adopted.

In addition to extreme anxiety, Mocha Latte was experiencing an ongoing series of bladder infections. She was also diagnosed with chronic cystitis and had extreme constipation. Medications for the bladder infection and cystitis were partially helpful but were not providing a long term cure. Nothing seemed to help the constipation.

I decided to take Mocha to a vet who practices holistic medicine. A series of laser treatments immediately improved Mocha’s condition---fewer bladder infections, good control of the cystitis. Use of an herb called Sen Ren Tang (Three Seeds Combination) greatly reduced her anxiety and resolved the constipation. The laser treatments were repeated occasionally when a “flare-up” would occur, her condition continually improving over time. Mocha has not required laser treatment in more than a year and is a happy, active kitty that is grateful for her holistic opportunities.

This is just one of the amazing stories in the world of utilizing “holistic medicine”

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