welcome to anima vet
"Nature always wins in the end, so we might as well follow her lead and save ourselves a whole lot of trouble."
Welcome to Anima Vet
Nature always wins ... That's my philosophy these days, arrived at the hard way: by trying to push life around and getting my butt kicked in the process.
Nature's (bumbling) Apprentice might be just as good a name for this adventure, because it is a 'road less travelled' and the only reliable roadmap I know of isn't a map at all; it's nature itself.
What you'll find here
What you'll find here is a very simple approach to animal care, based on the essentials: good food, fresh air, clean water, sunlight, plenty of rest and play, good work, loving social bonds, etc.
No babies are thrown out with any bathwater, though. I also use whatever veterinary tools are appropriate for the situation, both conventional and otherwise.
To learn more about my background and consultation services, please click on the links in the navigation bar, above.
an-i-ma, n. (Latin); pron. "An-uh-muh"
All content: Copyright Christine M. King, 2005-2012. All rights reserved.
Christine King BVSc, MACVSc, MVetClinStud*
*Australian equivalent of
DVM, DipABVP, MS