8 Holistic Brands Curated by Integrative Veterinarian Dr. Lindsey Wendt
The founder of Crystal Lotus Veterinary Care recommends therapeutic platters, healing pet foods, electromagnetic flea/tick preventatives, and more personalized pet care options.
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Being a pet parent — in this era where our pets are basically our kids — is confusing. You want to give your pets what they deserve, and that often means looking beyond Western medicine to holistic health and wellness. If the Instagram algorithm knows you’re a dedicated pet parent, you likely get targeted ads about the holistic products you should get for your dog or cat to keep them healthy, happy, and safe. But it’s tough to know which of those products are actually the ones for your pet.
I want my patients to feel that they can confidently choose food, treats, supplements, and more. I opened my holistic practice as a way to create an ongoing resource for pet parents to find products that are not only safe and effective but exceed the current standards in pet care.
This curated guide of some of my favorite products includes everything from chemical-free parasite prevention to a product that is shifting the paradigm of how we feed our pets by focusing on how we feed.
I hope this guidance helps take some of the questions out of your life as a pet parent and helps ensure your dog or cat lives their best life.
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Dr. Lindsey Wendt, DVM, CVA, CVFT, CCRT
Dr. Lindsey Wendt is the founder of Crystal Lotus Veterinary Care, where she provides well-rounded, customized health care to pet parents. She is certified in veterinary acupuncture, physical therapy, and Chinese veterinary food therapy. She is also a member of The Wildest Collective. Read more about Dr. Wendt here.