Tuesday, September 18, 2007

New York City Appointments

Dr. Yasson has set her schedule for in-person appointments in New York City for the upcoming months.

She will be available on the following dates:
Friday, November 9, 2007
Friday, December 14, 2007
Friday, January 11, 2007

Appointments are forty-five minutes and are scheduled from 10AM until 4PM. Please call the office at 845/338-3300 to make an appointment.

New clients are advised that a phone consultation prior to the physical exam will be necessary to take your pet's full history. All new clients must complete a release form prior to the first appointment.

Dear Lifesavers . . .

From longtime client Heather Bennett

I have been trying to write (now almost a book in size) a note expressing what you guys have done & given to me. I am so thankful for these last 6 years. Six years I would not have if not for you all. No soft tummy to scratch while reading a good book. No big beautiful black eyes peering into the shower and saying what ya doin, mum. No perfect paws asking for a slurp of milk.

You didn't laugh when I sent stupid daily logs or asked silly questions. Just kindness, care and compassion. I truly, with what's left of my broken heart, thank you for every second you gave me. And I will never forget you all.

The little tree was such a thoughtful memorial for Bino. I will take wherever I go. And now the GreenWorld Project owe you too, as my friends think a tree is better than a card.

Maybe my procrastinating this note was an omen, as I have taken in a stray girl (?) we named Pearl, so named because her only marking is a teardrop white spot on her bib. I hope you will never have to get to know her professionally, but I have told her about you.

Monday, September 10, 2007

Ask Me Anything!

I take a holistic approach to veterinary medicine, and this means that my methods are often very different than those of conventional vets. Because homeopathy and holistic medicine is so new to many people, I am more than happy to spend fifteen minutes on the phone with any new client, answering questions about my practice in general, or your pet in particular.

Simply call my offices at 845/338-3300 and let my staff know you learned about my free consultation offer from my blog. They will be happy to set you up with an appointment.

Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Pets and Nutrition

One thing I've discovered in twenty years of holistic veterinary practice is that 9 out of 10 patients that walk through my door are getting suboptimal nutrition. How well would you do if all your food came dehydrated or canned? (If this does describe your diet, call me. We need to talk.)

I've seen many supplement fads come and go. I've tried many, debunked most. With over 50% of my work being with cancer and diabetes patients, I can't afford to use a supplement that doesn't work. Then I finally found the best combination of ingredients and dosages for consistent and impressive results.

Of course, I had to develop it myself, because it was nowhere on the market.

Here's what I have seen using my VetScripts™ supplements with my patients:
  • Kidney Failure and Cancer patients start eating and gain weight again.
  • Diabetic patients' blood sugar decrease by as much as 30-40%.
  • Hospice patients find the strength to get out of bed.
  • Less severely ill pets become strong, energetic, and develop beautiful coats.

They're also a breeze to give to your pet - having dogs and cats of my own, I know what the challenges are! No premixing, no special handling, no fighting with pills or games of hide-and-seek while wrapping the pill in something tasty. VetScripts™ is tasty! It's a win-win situation!

VetScripts™ Feline and VetScripts™ Canine are among the lowest priced multivitamins per gram of active ingredients (don't be fooled by the many cheaply priced products that are mostly filler). Isn't that what you want for your four-legged loved ones?