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Dr. Jeff
Dr. Jeff Feinman

Dr. Jeff Feinman

Jeffrey Feinman, BA, VMD, CVH, holds both molecular biology and veterinary degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. In 1998 he further advanced his training and became the first Certified Veterinary Homeopath in the state of Connecticut.

Dr. Jeff is devoted to teaching both pet owners and other veterinarians about homeopathy and optimal pet care. He and his wonderful wife (and practice manager) Amy live with Chi and Tigger their adopted Rex cats and Vanya their rescued Standard Poodle.

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Saturday, 14 January 2012 22:02

Do I Need Pet Insurance?

5 Things to Know About Pet Insurance

Every six seconds a U.S pet guardian is faced with a $1,000 veterinary bill!

The BrightHaven Treatment Protocol for older and dying pets:

Saturday, 14 January 2012 19:05

Therapeutic Exercise for Pets

Therapeutic exercise allows the creativity in our minds to come forward as we design rehabilitation programs based on the animals’ individual needs and requirements.

Saturday, 14 January 2012 18:20

How Do I Treat Soft Tissue Injuries in Pets?

The challenge in treating soft tissue injuries is not in the actual treatment itself, but the diagnosis of the soft tissue injury.

Nearing the Time of Transition—Euthanasia or Natural Death?

Some years ago, I researched the implications of what might happen to vaccinated dogs in a Purdue University study who developed autoantibodies to their own biochemicals. 

Monday, 02 January 2012 22:47

The Science of Vaccine Damage

A team at Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine conducted several studies1,2 to determine if vaccines can cause changes in the immune system of dogs that might lead to life-threatening immune-mediated diseases.

The Whole(istic) Truth About Pet Food

"Although we have come to accept commercial foods as being normal or natural ways to feed animals (and indeed ourselves), in fact they are not.

The answer is simple. Yes! By reducing the processed commercial food in your pet's diet you will be adding vitality to your pet's body. Increased vitlity translates to an improved ability to heal.

If you are thinking about finding a new pet, perhaps you will consider giving a "forever" home to one of these needy homeless pets. It can be a very gratifying experience. Many times you are saving a life that otherwise would have been ended needlessly and prematurely.

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