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Welcome to Dr. Verna's holistic veterinary website. We hope our site will give you a brief education in the many options that are available for you and your pet in holistic, herbal, natural, or integrative medicine, and enable you to easily make appropriate decisions concerning the proper use of these aspects of the healing arts for your own personal pets and those of your friends and family.
To learn more about Animal Chiropractic, Veterinary Acupuncture, the use of Chinese, Western, and Ayurvedic herbs and plants for animal pets, Applied Kinesiology, the Japanese healing art of Reiki, the use of Flower Essences and Homeopathic medicines, Essential Oils (Young Living Essential Oils), NAET for Allergy, Animal Rehabilitative Therapy ("Physical Therapy for pets"), and many, many more aspects of Natural Medical care for dogs, cats, rabbits, and other small animal pets, click here.
Dr. Verna's holistic veterinary practice is located in Marshall, VA. Appointments are also available for house call visits in the broader Northern Virginia area.
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