Finding A Homeopathic Veterinarian
People often ask us for help or referrals to qualified veterinarians practicing homeopathy and nutritional medicine. Unfortunately, Dr. Pitcairn can no longer take on cases as he is now focusing on writing and teaching. However, the good news is that we can now send you to many well-qualified veterinarians around the country who practice homeopathy. Many of these are also knowledgeable in nutrition and chiropractic – modalities that work well with homeopathy.
Our referral list for the Pitcairn Institute of Veterinary Homeopathy is of our most active students. Those listed have been selected by Dr. Pitcairn and are willing to take on new cases. All have been trained in our year-long Professional Course in Veterinary Homeopathy, a classically-based, tested approach to homeopathy. In addition, some of the veterinarians on our list have either attended one of our Advanced Courses and/or have achieved the Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy certification (which involves coursework, case approval, and examination and requires adherence to a classical approach to homeopathy).
Many will consult with clients by phone, usually in coordination with your local veterinarian for backup. However, you may very well find that someone on the list is in driving distance, so check the referral list for your location first, see if someone reasonably available to you. If not, consider the smaller list of Health Consultants who can often help quite a bit with advice and guidance. Note that it is not a free service.
Referral Map (United States)
Use our interactive map below to locate a Homeopathic Practice in the United States and around the world. The veterinarians that have the letters CVH after their name stand for “Certified in Veterinary Homeopathy.”