September 2012 IssueHave you have ever wondered if you should take your dog to an animal psychiatrist or behaviorist because she snaps at ...More
Ronna Kabler graduated from Tufts University School of Veteri.nary Medicine. Over the years, Dr. Kabler became increasingly dis.enchanted with conventional veterinary medicine. After her own dog, Genevieve, developed a chronic, painful illness that resolved with homeopathic treatment, Dr. Kabler made the decision to leave conventional medicine. She completed Dr Pitcairn’s Advanced Course in Veterinary Homeopathy and is currently studying to ob.tain her certification in Veterinary Homeopathy.Dr. Kabler started “Waggin’ Tails Veterinary Services, a mobile practice that serves many clients in Massachusetts. She offers a holistic approach to care for her patients which includes Classical Homeopathy, guidance on species appropriate nutrition, titer test.ing in lieu of vaccination and routine laboratory work.
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