Village Animal Clinic Open House and Holistic Pet Care Seminar

August 19, 2012 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Village Animal Clinic
875 Saw Mill River Rd
Ardsley, NY 10502

Consumers and pet owners alike have embraced holistic medicine as an alternative to, or supplement for, traditional medical approaches. On Sunday, Aug. 19 at the Village Animal Clinicin Ardsley, NY, veterinarian Lisa J. Donato, DVM, CVA, FAAVA, CVT, CVH, CAC, will speak to pet parents about how holistic therapies can be highly effective in preventing and treating a wide range of ailments. She will demonstrate acupuncture, chiropractic and other alternative approaches on a dog patient during the seminar.

As a holistic veterinarian, Dr. Donato provides acupuncture, chiropractic and traditional Chinese veterinary medicine, including herbal treatments, to the patients of Village Animal Clinic. Her philosophy is to incorporate the best of Western and Eastern veterinary medicine in order to provide the finest health care possible to her patients.

“At Village Animal Clinic, we believe that an integrative approach combining the best of natural therapies and conventional medicine can be very effective in improving the quality and length of pets’ lives,” said Village Animal Clinic founder and owner Martin DeAngelis, DVM, ACVS.

Dr. Donato will discuss three leading therapies in holistic veterinary medicine, including:

  • Acupuncture – As one of the safest forms of medical treatments for animals, acupuncture can treat ailments ranging from hip dysplasia and chronic degenerative joint disease to respiratory, gastrointestinal, neurological and urinary tract disorders. Performed similarly on humans as animals, the procedure uses the insertion of tiny needles to relieve pain, improve the function of organ systems and strengthen the body’s immune system.
  • Chiropractic Services – Gaining in popularity among veterinarians, animal chiropractic is most often used to treat acute injuries and chronic conditions, and has proven to be effective in improving a pet’s joint function, immune system and physical endurance.
  • Chinese/Herbal Medicine – Commonly used in conjunction with acupuncture, herbal medicine has been proven to treat epilepsy, rheumatism, chronic urinary infections, skin allergies and type II diabetes. Herbs can also be used to provide pain relief and promote healing and prevent infection in wounds.

The seminar is free to attend and will be held Sunday, Aug. 19 from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. p.m. at Village Animal Clinic, 875 Saw Mill River Road, Ardsley, NY 10502. Following the seminar, guests are also invited to attend an Open House from 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. to meet the veterinary staff and tour the state-of-the-art facilities.

About Village Animal Clinic

Founded by Chief of Surgery Martin DeAngelis, DVM, ACVS, Village Animal Clinic  has been part of Westchester County’s community for 27 years, providing general wellness and preventative care as well as specialized services in dental, ophthalmological, and holistic care. Known worldwide for developing a surgical technique in the repair of cranial cruciate ligament ruptures, Dr. DeAngelis provides patients with care related to orthopedic surgery, cancer related surgery, laser surgery, neurosurgery, and soft-tissue surgery. The Clinic utilizes only the safest anesthetics and products, and incorporates the latest pain management protocols when indicated. Village Animal Clinic has earned annual accreditation from the American Animal Hospital Association, the only organization that accredits veterinary practices adhering to the highest standards of veterinary care. Only 15% of US and Canadian veterinary hospitals are accredited by AAHA.

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