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Richard H. Pitcairn
Since 2006 I've been living with my wife Susan (a specialist performer) in Sedona, Arizona. I am retired from active practice but that I continue to educate, offering a year long class in veterinary homeopathy to accredited veterinarians: http://www.drpitcairn.com/training/pc_course.html
I'm frequently asked how I became so interested in alternative approaches to veterinary medicine. Here's how it occurred:
I graduated from veterinary college in 1965, by the University of California at Davis, California. Starting in a combined practice (little animals, farm animals, horses, circus creatures) I saw a vast array of health issues and also learned considerably more the way to handle instances. But I did not see the results that I expected to own using the remedies learned in college and this, for me, was a disappointment.
Therefore, I assumed at the moment, I needed more instruction. This directed me into Washington State University and a Ph.D.. Emphasizing the study of biochemistry, immunology and germs. I worked tirelessly with cell cultures and inbred mice, trying to understand the different tissues in the body could comprehend each other. I helped teach conducting the laboratory section. This training ended in 1972 and I graduated with a degree. I educated public health & epidemiology in the veterinary college and did study.
However after a couple of years I made the academic world and also returned to practice. I discovered that I still did not understand how to cure disease, especially troubles, though I had learned a terrific deal about how the body worked, especially the immune system. This led me to study nutrition, which is crucial in keeping a healthy human body. Finding out about the dog food industry and what sources were used to produce the food led me to urge foods that are new for animals. This was
Dr. Kenney graduated in 1977 from the Auburn University School of Veterinary Medicine. He practices small animal medicine and surgery at The Pet Hospitals at Houston Levee at Cordova, Tennessee (http://www.houstonleveepet.com). His main interests are care and medicine and showing pet owners how they could save money in their pet's health care. He also has an interest in pet health insurance and how it can be helpful for their pets, pet owners, along with veterinarians. He also authors a website at http://www.petinsuranceguideus.com and hosts a podcast at http://www.petinsuranceguidepodcast.com See all Doug Kenney products