Holistic Veterinary Consultation
Includes: Reason for visit and detailed medical history, diet, exercise program, current medications and supplements, preventative medicine program, your questions.
AND a full physical examination.
Recommended treatment plan and diagnostic testing if required.
Healing comes from within
Our surroundings effect our health
Love unites us and is the most powerful healing force
Your Holistic Veterinarian
Dr Jodi Sareeta Ruckley
Jodi’s inspiration comes from her own animal friends, many of which have been her wisest teachers. She will support you to deepen your understanding of your own animal friend’s needs. Jodi also spent years developing her skills in telepathic communication whilst writing a book called ‘Through the eyes of a cow’ and facilitating workshops in animal communication.
Her extensive training includes:
- Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery at Murdoch University 2013-2018
- Diploma in Naturopathy at the National College of Traditional Medicine in 2011-2013
- Ka Huna Massage levels 1-6 at Mette’s Institute 2002-2006
- Massage facilitators training at Mette’s Institute 2005
Her hobbies include yoga, meditation, surfing, swimming, hiking, cycling, travelling and reading.
As a recent graduate in Veterinary Medicine I am not set up to offer you conventional medicine, surgery or emergency services, instead I offer a holistic focus. I can see your pet for chronic or ongoing problems where conventional drugs are not working, and can assist you in setting up healthy protocols for young animals with a focus on nutrition and minimal drugs. My gift is to help you understand the underlying cause of disease and how your animal friend wants to heal. Often the easiest path to wellness is overlooked: clean water, fresh air, time in nature, love, fresh food and exercise.
Come see us for a total wellbeing package.
Inspired by the work of Juliette de Baircly Levy, we encourage the use of medicinal herbs in the prevention and treatment of disease.
We grow our own fresh herbs at a private allotment at the Mullumbimby Community Garden. For herbivorous animals (cows, sheep,horses, and chickens) we encourage you to grow your own herbs that the animals can access to self-medicate.