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
  • Aromatherapy
  • Applied Kinesiology

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.


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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Is It Really Vomit?

I mean, what kind of a question is that? If it comes up out of the mouth and should’ve stayed down, then it must be vomit, right? But wait! There are a couple of different mechanisms that bring food or liquid back up out of the mouth and we have to distinguish between...

Hormones and Pets

We talk about hormone imbalances in people all the time – yet the language seems to be different when it comes to pets. Should we talk about hormones problems in pets and are the health connections the same? We actually do have quite a bit of similarity between...

The Scoop… about POOP

Yes, we’re talking feces today, and — yes —  it’s a big deal. As pet owners, it’s important that we pay attention to the dog’s and cat’s poop.  What does it looks like? How does it smell? What is its texture? It’s color, etc. (see post).  Answers to these questions...

Holiday Stress and Our Pets

It’s pretty well known that the holidays are a time of stress for humans. Signs of stress may include weight gain, tiredness, or moodiness. Interestingly, we humans aren’t the only ones to experience stress and weight gain over the holidays - so do our pets. It might...

Is $259 a Year Really Enough Money?

According to a recent article, pet food spending is at an all time high. The average annual dog food expense is $259. The average for cats is $225 each year. Plus $127 and $58 a year on dog on cat treats, respectively. Quite a few factors go into this number - let’s...

Pet “Health” – Backwards

I’m going to write this post backwards. First, I’ll list a bunch of symptoms (called clinical signs in animals) and have you go through the list. Tell yourself how many of these clinical signs you have experienced. With your pets, of course. Think of the different...

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