Full Circle Veterinary Alternatives is a referral based veterinary practice dedicated to Animal Rehabilitation, Veterinary Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine and Animal Chiropractic. Diagnostics and conventional treatments are required through the patient's conventional practice prior to referral. Any ongoing diagnostics and medication prescriptions and refills will be performed by the referring conventional veterinarian. Our focus is on our unique modalities and supportive patient care.

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Canine Body Awareness

Ways to keep your Halifax/Dartmouth dog in tip-top form! At Full Circle Veterinary Alternatives we are advocates of preventive veterinary medicine.  This means that we wish to give you the best advice on how to keep your pet healthy and prevent health problems, not just treat disease once it is present. As a Certified Canine […]

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Preventive Health Care For Cats

Preventive Health care for Halifax/Dartmouth cats. Cats have become the most popular pet in North America.  Despite how popular they are, and 78% of owners consider their cat to be family members, cats are still not being seen  by their Veterinarian for preventive care.  Why is preventive health care so important? At Full Circle Veterinary […]

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Finn’s Story- a Dartmouth Street cat’s second chance

In our house we have a rule that only “rescue” type pets join our family.  Mostly their backgrounds and how we came by them are fairly unremarkable – except for Finn the cat. About a year and a half ago we considered that our family was big enough with two greyhounds, two parakeets and two […]

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Welcome Dr. Kelly McInnis!

Dr. Kelly McInnis -Born and raised in the city of Halifax -BSc from Dalhousie University -DVM from Atlantic Veterinary College (AVC)   Dr. McInnis has been practicing veterinary medicine in the HRM since her graduation from the AVC in 1997. With special interests in behavior and preventive medicine, Dr. McInnis is available to ensure you […]

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How to get your cat in a carrier- easily!

Does your cat hate visiting the vet? Do you prefer to avoid going for vet visits, because the experience is traumatic for your feline friend? Here are some ways to make the experience more enjoyable, starting from leaving the house, to returning. Getting the cat into the carrier: Many owners find this to be a […]

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Fun Halloween Safety Tips for Pets

Treats for everyone! Many human treats on Halloween are toxic to pets.

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