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1:1 Natural & Holistic Support For Your Sick Animal

The number of dogs and cats who are suffering from poor health is increasing. They are most commonly suffering from skin issues, allergies, digestive disorders, bladder disease, obesity, diabetes, diseases of the liver, kidney, heart and cancer. 

Many of these health conditions may be caused, or at least contributed to, by poor nutrition.

Some of these diseases are similar to the ones we suffer from. And it is not surprising, considering the chemical-heavy world we live in and the abundance of processed food commonly included in our and our pets' diets. On top of that, pets are commonly treated with chemical-based medications at the first sign of disease or as a way to control parasites.


The food your pets eat, and the environment they live in, can cause them to suffer from toxic overload, which can make them sicker over time.


Ruth​ uses a naturopathic, holistic approach to support animals, which means that she focuses on treating the animal from a whole body perspective.


She makes recommendations that incorporate feeding a natural, whole-food diet with quality natural food-based supplementation and a clean and safe environment and lifestyle.


When an animal is unwell, the body is out of balance. Working in a holistic or naturopathic way means:

  • taking into account the whole animal, rather than focussing specifically on a medical condition or the presenting symptoms; and

  • supporting the animal's body to achieve balance and to heal using the body's natural or inherent healing abilities.

This approach complements conventional veterinary treatment and a veterinary diagnosis of a medical condition can often be beneficial.


Ruth has witnessed incredible improvements in the health of both dogs and cats through a combination of simple dietary changes and natural remedies - the power of nature truly is amazing! A state of whole body wellness can be achieved, and when the body is brought back into balance, certain conditions can naturally be resolved.

Please note, Ruth is not a veterinarian and therefore she is not able to diagnose a health condition. If your animal is presenting with health symptoms, it can be helpful if you obtain a veterinary diagnosis. Ruth can then help your animal holistically using complementary therapies that support your whole animal.