Dr. Loridawn Gordon D.V.M


Dr. Gordon grew up in Dartmouth, NS. After graduated from the Atlantic Veterinary College in 2002, she decided to work in beautiful British Columbia where she started a young family and several practices. Dr. Gordon became aware of homeopathy through her young son who suffered many health and behavioural challenges. She sought out many traditional resources, but with no success, she turned to a naturopath that introduced her to homeopathy. Her son was a new kid in a week. It got her attention, and she sought out colleagues and training to utilize the modality in her own practice.  She worked with Julie Anne Lee at the Healing Place and studied with veterinarians from England through the Companion Animal Homeopathic college in Vancouver, BC.

For over ten years, she has applied the principles of homeopathy to her animal patients in Whistler, BC. She has recently moved back to Dartmouth, NS with her German Sheppard cross, Patch and ragdoll, Missy and her new kitten, Blackie to join Full circle Veterinary Alternatives to offer homeopathic options.

She is inspired by homeopathy personally but also when she sees changes in her patients physical and mental well being. Homeopathy is a gentle, effective modality that can be utilized in a variety of ways such as first aid, surgical recovery, chronic health support, and behavioural issues.

Dr. Gordon enjoys beach walks, rowing, hiking, skiing and ocean kayaking.

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