Natural Health for Dogs & Cats with Dr. Richard Pitcairn

Podcast with Dr. Richard Pitcairn

About Angela Ardolino

Angela Ardolino Schnauzer Odie

Angela Ardolino is a holistic pet expert who has been caring for animals for over 20 years and operates a rescue farm, Fire Flake Farm, in Florida. She is also the owner of  Beautify the Beast a natural pet salon and shop. After getting her certificate in Medical Cannabis Biology and Therapeutic use from the University of Vermont School of Medicine, she founded CBD Dog Health to provide high quality, all-natural medical cannabis products designed specifically for pets. Angela has seven dogs, Odie a 12-year-old mini-schnauzer, Nina an 8-year-old Doberman. Jolene a 7-year-old mutt, Maza a 7-year-old mutt, Rhemi an 8-year-old poodle, Potato a 15-year-old shih-tzu, and Miss Daisie a 15-year-old black lab, plus 4-10 more at any time she is fostering or boarding. She uses Full Spectrum Hemp Extract on all her pets at her rescue farm every day, and has since 2016. She is a member of the Society of Cannabis Clinicians, the Veterinary Cannabis Association and has trained hundreds medical doctors and veterinarians about the therapeutic uses of medical cannabis on animals. Visit www.angelaardolino.comfor more information.

About Dr. Richard Pitcairn

Dr. Richard Pitcairn

Dr. Pitcairn graduated from University of California, Davis veterinary school in 1965. In 1972 he completed his PhD degree in microbiology at Washington State University. As a WSU faculty member researching factors affecting natural resistance to disease, he understood the importance of optimal nutrition; realizing such research would not be funded, he re-entered private practice to apply his study of the effect of nutrition on immunity. In 1982, Dr. Pitcairn and his wife Susan published “Dr Pitcairn’s Complete Guide To Natural Health For Dogs and Cats”, now in its third edition with 400,000 copies sold. From 1978 Dr Pitcairn focused on learning and using homeopathic medicine for animals, along with his prior knowledge of nutritional therapy. After he moved to Eugene, Oregon in 1985, he began offering homeopathy workshops to the public, and In 1992, he established the Professional Course in Veterinary Homeopathy. By 2013, 500 veterinarians had participated in this program. In 1995, Dr. Pitcairn co-founded the Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy. He and Wendy Jensen DVM also developed a veterinary repertory for homeopathic practitioners. Now retired from active practice, Dr. Pitcairn consults with homeopathic veterinarians, and continues to be active teaching and writing about homeopathy and healing.