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Phone Consultation For Your Pet

For Pet Health offers two types of consultations -- phone consultations and in-home consultations. If your pet suffers from any of the following health problems and you want to treat your dog or cat naturally,  schedule a consultation with a pet nutritionist today. 

  • Seizures

  • Epilepsy

  • Yeast infections

  • Skin disorders

  • Pancreatitis

  • Irritable Bowel Disease

  • Feline Hyperesthesia Syndrome

  • Colitis

  • Weight problems

  • White Shaker Syndrome

  • Allergies

  • Bacterial infections

  • Thyroid problems

  • Demodex

  • Feline Panleukoperia

  • Cancer Heartworms

  • Valley Fever

The Consultation Process

If you are interested in a phone consultation, simply click on “Book a Consultation” and fill out the form.  Our on-staff pet nutritionist will email back the same day with an evaluation. Once the evaluation is received, the pet nutritionist will begin reviewing it.  Additional information may be requested such as bloodwork and tests that have been performed, which can be emailed. 


At the designated time of the appointment, the pet nutritionist will call you. Consultations typically take 1-2 hours.


What Information Will Be Given During the Consult?

During the consultation, the pet nutritionist will first discuss and ask questions about anything that was not covered on the evaluation.  She will then proceed to recommend in detail a diet plan, life style changes, supplement suggestions and how to treat your pet’s medical condition naturally.   In most cases, she does not recommend traditional medication; however, if the pet is currently on medication, she will take that into consideration when making recommendations. 


The consultation includes:

  • Comprehensive online questionnaire

  • Consultation by phone 1-2 hrs.

  • Review of current food and feeding habits

  • Review of current supplements you are using

  • Review of bloodwork, surgery reports and any other medical papers emailed

  • Review of current life style

  • Dry food recommendations (at least 3 or more) specifically for your pet's needs

  • Canned food recommendations (at least 3 or more) specifically for your pet's needs

  • Homemade food recommendations (at least 5 or more) specifically for your pet's needs

  • Portion chart

  • List of meats, vegetables that can be used in the recipes

  • Snack recommendations

  • Feeding schedule

  • Supplement recommendations specifically for your pet's health issues.

  • Oral care

  • Heartworm and Parasite Control

  • Shampoo recommendation

  • Recommendations for natural flea control

  • Recommendations for natural cleaning products

  • Recommendations for life style changes

  • Reading materials

  • A full report of all reviews and recommendations emailed 30 minutes after the consultation, typically 20+ pages


NOTE:  For Pet Health does not sell supplements and is not affiliated with any pet companies. Our recommendations are based on extensive research of all supplements companies and only high quality supplements made with human grade ingredients are recommended.

What Happens After the Consult?

Immediately following the consult, the pet nutritionist will send an email including all the information shared during the phone conversation.  This will include diet recommendations and recipes, life style changes that need to be made, and supplement recommendations along with the dosages.  Also included will be any information about products you are currently giving, articles, links and other reading material if necessary. 

What is the Charge for the Consult?

The charge for a personalized Nutritional Consultation is $180.   The fee covers all research on products you are currently using, review of your current feeding practices, review of medical information, diet recommendations, home-cooked recipes and a commercial food that meets the needs of your pet, life style changes, supplement recommendations along with dosage and follow ups needed.


Why Do You Need a Pet Nutritionist?

Whenever you have a pet suffering from a medical condition, you have to look at each individual case separately and determine what the correct plan is for that pet.  For example, if you have a pet suffering from seizures, it is incorrect to assume that this pet will do well on medication when other factors have not been looked at.  A pet nutritionist will provide a

personalized diet and holistic suggestions all custom-tailored to your pet's personal needs.


This is a Nutritional Consultation and should not replace the care from your Veterinarian. Your primary care veterinarian is a vital partner in the care of your pet. 

If you have been searching for a qualified nutrition professional, email For Your Pet today!! 

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