A BETTER LIFE FOR YOUR PET

About Dr. Falk, DVM:

Dr. Ana Falk graduated from Veterinary School in Ecuador in 2000. She studied Classical Homeopathy (a postdoctoral degree) at the prestigious Escuela Medica Homeopatica Ecuatoriana (EHME) and after a three-year program and over 1,000 hours of training she received her Doctor in Homeopathy degree in 2000.

Even though the program at EMHE is limited to MDs and DVMs, Dr. Ana Falk was accepted into the program while she was still in veterinary school due to her outstanding talent and dedication to veterinary medicine and homeopathy.

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HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES

My husband David and I adopted Ladybug, when she was about a year old, in August of 2003 from our local animal shelter. Ladybug is smart, active, sweet, and loyal. She is a beloved family member. On May 27, 2006, Ladybug became suddenly and gravely ill with a high fever and respiratory distress. We took her to the emergency vet and he saved her life with antibiotics. Two weeks later, and two weeks after that, she quickly developed the same symptoms and again, she was treated and responded with antibiotics. The emergency vet consulted with colleagues and our general veterinarian. They could not arrive at a conclusive, mutually satisfying, diagnosis.

Dee Salisbury Iowa City, IA, Customer
“My husband David and I adopted Ladybug, when she was about a year old, in August of 2003 from our local animal shelter. Ladybug is smart, active, sweet, and loyal. She is a beloved family member. On May 27, 2006, Ladybug became suddenly and gravely ill with a high fever and respiratory distress. We took her to the emergency vet and he saved her life with antibiotics. Two weeks later, and two weeks after that, she quickly developed the same symptoms and again, she was treated and responded with antibiotics. The emergency vet consulted with colleagues and our general veterinarian. They could not arrive at a conclusive, mutually satisfying, diagnosis.”
Lenora Christensen, Veterinary Nurse
“My husband David and I adopted Ladybug, when she was about a year old, in August of 2003 from our local animal shelter. Ladybug is smart, active, sweet, and loyal. She is a beloved family member. On May 27, 2006, Ladybug became suddenly and gravely ill with a high fever and respiratory distress. We took her to the emergency vet and he saved her life with antibiotics. Two weeks later, and two weeks after that, she quickly developed the same symptoms and again, she was treated and responded with antibiotics. The emergency vet consulted with colleagues and our general veterinarian. They could not arrive at a conclusive, mutually satisfying, diagnosis.”
Lenora Christensen, Veterinary Nurse

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