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How can Dr Edward help your pet?
02/07

Welcome!

You’ve come to this page because you clicked through from the “book now” button on The Healing Vet Facebook page.

Dr Edward would love to help your pets feel fantastic. He can do this for you in a number of ways – if you’re local to Uki in Northern NSW, Dr Edward can come and see your pet for a home visit. Dr Edward is a registered veterinarian, and can help out with any sort of illness. He is especially skilled at helping pets with sore backs, and with holistic health support. Please give a ring on (0428) 278 630 to ask any questions you may have, or to book an appointment. You can also email at DrEdward@TheHealingVet.com if you’d prefer.

If you live outside of this area, Dr Edward is available for holistic consultations either over the phone or by skype. Dr Edward will ring you, so your phone bill won’t take a hit.

Dr Edward teaches Whole Energy Body Balance workshops regularly in Northern NSW and will travel all over Australia if there is sufficient demand. You’ll be surprised how easy and fun it is to learn this flowing, intuitive combination of energy work and massage for your pets. Sign up to the email newsletter to stay in that loop here.

Thanks for your interest in The Healing Vet’s services…

Comments (10)

  1. 17/09
    By Carrie Fields

    Hi I love your facebook page! I was interested in your non-toxic flea and tick products. How can I order these?

    Many thanks

    Carrie

  2. 06/03
    By Carol Schweitzer

    I was reading ‘Dogs Naturally’ and saw your article. I like the idea of natural nutritional based food for my dog. I have a King Charles Cavalier who is 11 and a brittle diabetic.
    I have been feeding her Prescription Diet W/D since she was diagnosed two years ago.
    Her range can go from below 200 to over 400 and I can’t figure out what I am doing different. Do you have a pet food specifically for diabetic dogs that you could suggest? Thank you. She is my true companion and I will do whatever it takes to keep her healthy.

    • 06/06

      I’d try a gentle transition to a BARF diet, and make sure you have a glucometer and you test her several times daily to watch the glucose levels…

  3. 04/10
    By Margaret-Anne McLellan

    I have two cats, both rescues, and I want to get them onto a natural diet. I have no idea how to go about this. Do you have a book I could purchase to help me, or what would you suggest? Please? I live at Nerang on the Gold Coast, so to visit you would be too far for my boys. Thank you in anticipation.

    • 04/10

      Hi Margaret – I don’t have a book, but I could do a skype and/or phone consultation with you and your cats to help if you like – give me a call on 0428 278 630 if you are interested…

  4. 31/10
    By Barbara Mcleod

    Hi I have tried to call you just wondering what are your thoughts on a dog having a tooth clean under anesthetic my dog is a maltese x who is 8 I have never had her teeth cleaned thanks

    • 01/11

      Hi Barbara – I’d have to have a consult with your dog to be able to make any assessment about this… If you text me I’ll ring you back πŸ™‚

  5. 21/11
    By Kathleen hiam

    I have a 5 year old male golden retriever he is feeling low he lost his mate this year. I would like to know the best tick treatments for him and food and would just like him to have a health check.

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~ Sandi Wickman