Dr. Cathy Alinovi began her veterinary education at the Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine and also holds a Master of Science in Epidemiology from Purdue, but quickly realized that conventional medicine met some, but not enough, of her patients’ needs.
Dr. Cathy Alinovi is also certified in the following:
- Veterinary Chiropractic
- Veterinary Food Therapy
- Veterinary Acupuncture
- Chinese Herbal Therapy
- Canine Fitness Training
About the Vet
Dr. Cathy Alinovi provides alternative healthcare for pets. Dr. Cathy is a pet lover, nationally celebrated author & certified in Canine Fitness Training.
About Your Pet
Are you looking for a voice you can trust regarding your pet? Are you looking for natural solutions for your furry friends? If so, you are in the right place!
If your precious four-legged is dealing with pesky, recurring or troubling health challenges, check here.
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Hairballs seem to be the bane of a cat’s existence. They are considered normal. But are they normal? Hairballs come from shedding. Shedding is believed to be normal. But is it? First, the origin of the hairball. Cats who shed frequently or excessively, also groom...
Constipation is not a pleasant experience – it’s something pet owners want to prevent their pets from experiencing. What’s interesting is constipation is not the only reason dogs and cats strain to go to the bathroom. Straining can be due to constipation, but also...
80% of what we do for our pets is to feed them. And realistically, eating is a large part of what we do as humans. Therefore it’s easy to blame ill health on diet. It certainly has been my focus for the last eight years - 80% of what walked in the door of my clinic...
Conscientious pet owners read the ingredients on the back of the pet food bag. When the words read like they are English, it’s reassuring. Powdered cellulose. That sounds logical. “Powdered” - derived from powder, finely ground. “Cellulose” - anyone who remembers high...
As we discussed last week, this week, we are discussing how urine control works, but more importantly: how it works, explains how to fix it! First, just a little scientific nuts and bolts: Urine control occurs at the bladder, in the middle of the back, and at the...
There’s not much more concerning than waking up in the morning and finding that your dog peed the bed. It’s embarrassing for dogs too. More than embarrassing, it’s important to discover the underlying cause and figure out what needs to be done - some causes of urine...