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Empowering pet parents to be their pets best advocate and get real results through positive training, nutrition, and holistic health.

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You'll receive expert advice to help you help your pet, whether that is with preventive care or helping a pet with an unfortunate diagnosis, I am here to give you guidance that enables you to be the best pet parent you can be, and to help your pets thrive using a combination of food therapy and other holistic modalities.

certified holistic pet health coach and nutritionist

READY TO TAKE YOUR PETS HEALTH TO THE NEXT LEVEL?

Whether you need individualised help with behavior, training, or health coaching… or if you just need a video guide to help you and your dog find balance, the right service awaits

WHAT IS A CERTIFIED PET HEALTH COACH?

As a pet health coach, I am your trusted guide to help your pet get through difficult situations, such as chronic illness, into wellness and health. I am not a replacement for one-on-one veterinary care, but work alongside your trusted veterinarian to help uncover the root cause of illness, helping your pet to thrive. I received my certification from Dr. Ruth Roberts, an Integrative Veterinarian, who uses TCVM along with allopathic and other forms of holistic medicine with her patients.

I am also a Certified Professional Canine Nutritionist, which allows me to hep your pet even better through food therapy.
Through years of experience and study, growing my tool box with many different modalities, including food therapy, whole food supplements, veterinary grade essentials oils, TCVM, and other holistic supplements, I can help you put a plan together to help your pet through the good times and the bad. Hopefully, more good times!

Jessica L. Fisher, CPCN, CHPHC

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