Do you ever have questions about your pet’s health that you would like answers to?
Warning: I am not a veterinarian. All advice I give should be taken with a grain of salt, as with a lot of advice you may read online. I just like to help animals, through helping their pet parents, with the 19 years of experience I have gained by working in veterinary medicine.
Ultimately, you should consult your veterinarian before trying anything yourself at home.
Maybe you’re scared to contact your veterinary office to ask?
Maybe you don’t have a veterinarian?
You may be concerned that you won’t get the answers you’re looking for without having to take your pet to the doctor and spend money? Let’s face it, sometimes finances can be tight. Sometimes we feel like the doctor’s office overcharges for services.
Perhaps you’ve called your vet, but they may be busy or haven’t returned your call.
How Can I Help?
I love to help animals. I enjoy using the knowledge I have gained to help pet parents answer the many questions they’ve had about their pets. It brings joy to my life to help people by sharing the information that I’ve learned.
I’ve had the pleasure of working with mainly dogs and cats over my 19 years of experience in animal medicine. But, I’ve also worked with ferrets and birds.
I would like to invite you to ask me questions, or recommend a topic for me to write about, on my WhyMommaWhy Helps Animals Too website page.
I’m not a veterinarian, so there may be questions I can’t answer. But we can discuss those questions and concerns. I can help to guide you in the right direction and talk with you about what you are experiencing or the issues you may be having.
I want to be here for you, and help you, if you may ever need it.
If it’s just a simple question about what kind of collar you should buy for your dog, to a more concerned question about why your pet may not be eating. I want to help.
Please feel free to reach out to me through this post, or you can email me if you wish for your communication to be kept confidential.
Thank you. I hope to help you soon.