Holly Mash

Holly Mash Holly specialises in complementary medicine for pets, treating a wide range of conditions. She runs regular clinics in Bristol and London where she treats cats, dogs, rabbits and other small pets. Holly specialises in Western herbal medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture. She also offers advice regarding nutrition and behaviour.

Using a holistic approach to treatment and assessing her patient’s health in terms of their diet, genetics, history, lifestyle & home environment, allows Holly to provide long-term health care by addressing the root causes of conditions. She aims to give owners enough support and advice so that they appreciate the key factors that contribute to their pet’s medical condition. Holly also provides important advice on everyday, holistic health care for pets.


About Holly

The Holistic Dog Holly has just published her first book, The Holistic Dog – a complete guide to natural health care. It is available direct from the publishers at www.crowood.com. Holly also runs courses for and is the UK representative of the College of Integrative Veterinary Therapy (CIVT), the world’s first veterinary education institution specialising in evidence based natural medicine. In addition, she is the holistic veterinary advisor for both Your Dog and Your Cat magazines and writes regular features for a variety of journals and magazines – see in the news. She is also the in-house veterinary consultant for Lily’s Kitchen Pet Foods and helps run cookery courses for pet owners.

Treatments

Read more about herbal medicine and acupuncture treatments.

Qualifications

Holly is a fully qualified veterinary surgeon specialising in complementary medicine for pets.

Location

Holly practises at The London Vet Clinic and Highcroft Veterinary Referrals in Bristol.

See the contact and appointments page for more information.

Contact

Please note that Holly is currently not taking on any new patients for homeopathy or herbal treatment. If you would like to arrange a referral for acupuncture please ask your vet or email Holly for more information.