The pureANIMAL Collective podcast shares cutting edge science, clinical wisdom, and inspiration on integrative veterinary medicine. Each month, we interview our team of experts in the fields of orthopaedics, dermatology, internal medicine, and integrative medicine. Our mission is to create a world where integrative veterinary medicine is accessible to all, to empower and inspire other veterinary professionals and pet parents alike, and to ultimately improve the health and wellbeing of pets. Host Dr Sarah Howard is a veterinarian and lifelong student of natural health.
Everything Digestive Health with Dr Nicole Rous
We welcome back Dr Nicole Rous who previously recorded an episode 40 with Pure Animal on Supporting Your Pet's Health with Essential Oils.
Episode Encore- The importance of the gut microbiome with Dr Susan Armstrong
Sue qualified from Cambridge Veterinary School, England in 1984 and worked first in Oxford and then in a partnership in Leeds for 12 years. In 2003 she set up Balanced Being, an alternative veterinary and human medicine practice and in 2016 she established a new human clinic in Boroughbridge. Sue was a founding member of the British Holistic Veterinary Medicine Association and has written and published many papers, contributed to several books, and lectured and consulted internationally.
Osteopathy with Sam Sherrington
Sam Sherrington graduated from Western Sydney University in 2003 with a Master of Osteopathy. Sam has been providing osteopathic care to humans since 2004. After deciding she wanted to also treat four-legged patients, Sam pursued a Graduate Diploma of Animal Chiropractic at RMIT, graduating in 2009. Sam has worked in both Ireland and Australia, and currently runs her own business, “Centaurus Osteopathy”, helping to relieve pain and maximise performance for horses, riders, dogs & the occasional exotic critter (for some variety).
Whole Energy Body Balance with Dr Edward Bassingthwaighte
Dr Edward Bassingthwaighte graduated as a veterinarian from the University of Queensland in 1995. He is known globally as the Healing Vet and is passionately devoted to do the best in holistic pet health care.
Holistic Care with Dr Elaine Cebuliak
Dr Elaine Cebuliak holds a Bachelor of Veterinary Science, Membership in Dentistry by examination; IVAS certification in Veterinary Acupuncture; Advanced Diplomas in Naturopathy, Western Herbal Medicine, Nutrition, Remedial Massage, and certificates in Chinese herbal medicine. She performs referral work, teaching and running workshops.
The Power of Integration with Dr Jacqui Snell
Dr Jacqui Snell graduated from Massey University in 1988. She has practiced as a companion animal veterinarian for over 30 years and for a large part of her career has owned her own practice in Taradale, New Zealand. Following her interest in holistic veterinary medicine, Jacqui attained a diploma in Western Veterinary Herbal Medicine through the College of Integrative Veterinary Therapies. Jacqui currently practices in Rotorua providing both conventional and holistic veterinary services at Barrowman Goodman Vets in conjunction with the NZ nationwide holistic service via telemedicine which she established in 2018.
Insightful and delightful
A really great podcast and great interviewer. I’m not a Vet but really enjoyed the insights into the industry.
Wow! As a vet I LOVE this podcast. Especially Dr Matthew Muir’s 2 part series. Thank you for shining a light on what options are available to us and how to better understand our patients
Very interesting and easy listening
I’m a vet in Sydney and have just stumbled upon this fantastic podcast. What a wonderful way to gain some insight into so many different and relevant topics for every day practice. Dr Sarah is so easy to listen to and I can’t wait to catch up on all the episodes I have missed so far.