Peak Performance Mobile Veterinary

Fayetteville, NC
Spring Lake, NC 28390

(910)225-4838

www.peakperformancemobilevet.com

HOLISTIC VET FAYETTEVILLE-SANFORD-VASS-SOUTHERN PINES-PINEHURST-WEST END-FORT BRAGG

PRESCRIPTION VETERINARY HERBAL THERAPY ARE PART OF THE HOLISTIC APPROACH TO VET CARE.

 

Herbal therapy has been used in Chinese Medicine for thousands of years. Western herbal therapy often consists of a single herb, however Total Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) herbal therapy consists of specific herbal blends for a given condition. The company that Dr. Commerford works with complies with Good Manufacturing Practices and independently tests all raw ingredients for toxins, pesticides and purity. This is extremely important because the herbal industry is largely unregulated and there are many companies that offer products that do not contain what they say they contain, use low quality ingredients or even contain toxic compounds. 

Peak Performance Mobile Veterinary Services takes a holistic approach to treating dogs, cats and horses. We offer herbal therapy, acupuncture, animal chiropractic and food therapy. We service Aberdeen, Cameron, Carthage, Fayetteville, Fort Bragg / Ft Bragg, Hope Mills, Lillington, Pinehurst, Raeford, Sanford, Southern Pines, Spring Lake, Vass, West End NC and surrounding areas.

Herbal therapy is an excellent option for dogs, cats and horses that do not respond to traditional Western medications for their conditions, do not tolerate the side effects of their medications or whose owners who prefer a more natural and holistic approach. 

Herbals are available in a variety of forms to make it easier to treat your pet. They are available in tea pills, capsules, powders, concentrated powders and biscuits to make it easier for your pet to consume. Many times you can easily mix the herbal with a high value food item for easy consumption. 

We utilize herbals as part of the treatment plan for many conditions. Below are some of the more common conditions treated with herbal therapy:

  • Anxiety- thunderstorm anxiety, separation anxiety, horses/dogs that become nervous during training or at shows
  • Allergies
  • Arthritis pain
  • Gastro-intestinal disease (chronic vomiting or diarrhea)
  • Soft tissue injury such as cruciate ligament disease in dogs or tendonitis in horses.
  • IVDD (interverterbral disc disease) / back pain/ neck pain
  • Cancer
  • Canine and equine cushing's disease
  • Laminitis pain