About Integrative Veterinary Wellness
Integrated medicine has become the standard for many medical practitioners who treat humans. Now, you can provide your animal companions, including dogs, cats, horses, and more with holistic healing that goes beyond quick checkups and prescriptions. Integrative Veterinary Wellness provides integrated treatment for pets, so if you live in or around Richardson, TX, make sure you bring your pet in for a visit.
Holistic medical treatments, including acupuncture, food therapy, and physical rehabilitation can help your horse, dog, cat, and more enjoy healthier and more fulfilling lives. The animal doctors at Integrative Veterinary Wellness believe in holistically treating your pets to provide the quality care they deserve. If you're looking for a veterinarian in Richardson, get in touch today!
Meet Our Holistic Veterinary Care Doctors
Jennifer Smallwood DVM CVA CCRP CVFT CVCH
Doctor Jennifer Smallwood graduated from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. However, she realized that her education was not quite yet complete. Dr. Smallwood began studying acupuncture so she could better diagnose and treat her patients. She also studied chiropractic treatment, physical rehabilitation, and food therapy.
Dr. Smallwood is now a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist, Certified Canine Rehab Practitioner, and a Certified Veterinary Food Therapist. While Dr. Smallwood initially focused on horses, she has since expanded her expertise to provide acupuncture and holistic animal care to pets large and small. She is now a leading holistic veterinarian in Richardson and the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Shannon Wessel-Calbrix DVM, CVA, CVFT
Doctor Leska started practicing veterinary medicine in 1994, after graduating from the Kansas State Veterinary College. Dr. Leska first worked at a mixed animal hospital before focusing on equine medicine and reproductive services. She later developed an interest in eastern medical practices and holistic animal care. Now based in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area, Dr. Leska focuses on integrated veterinary care in Richardson, Texas.
Holistic Veterinary Care: Services Provided
We provide acupuncture, physical therapy, eastern medicine, herbal treatments, and supplemental care techniques for our animal patients. We can also provide hydrotherapy, including underwater treadmill services, to help rehabilitate your horses or other animal companions.
With nutritional counseling and food therapy, among other things, we can help you manage your pet’s weight as well. We can also use gentle therapeutic Laser Therapy to stimulate muscle and joint healing. Many celebrities and professional athletes use similar holistic treatments to stay in peak condition. Now, you can give your pets the integrated veterinary treatment they deserve.
We do not provide general veterinary medicine.
Contact Integrated Veterinary Medicine
We are among the leading veterinarians in Richardson. If you live in the greater Dallas-Forth Worth area or around Richardson, TX, and want to provide your pets and companions with the holistic integrated veterinary medical treatment they deserve, call us today at 469-770-0115 to schedule an appointment.
OUR MISSION is to provide a full range of specialized supplemental care, provided by qualified practitioners, that coordinates with the pet's ongoing primary care veterinarian enriching quality of life and performance for the pet and expanding the community of care available to the pet owner.
- Qualified Practitioners
Our clinic is owned and operated by a LICENSED VETERINARIAN. That means a fundamental base of education and experience in caring for pets. It also means an ongoing commitment to continuing education, research, and training, as well as active membership in the local community of veterinary providers.
- A Full Range of Supplemental Care
We provide services that add value. That means that we stay on top of the latest treatment techniques and methods. It means we're serious about our craft and committed to the expansion of options available to pets. But it also means case by case commitment to tangible, measurable results.
- Coordination With the Primary Care Provider
We will not compete for a pet's general veterinary care dollars. Primary care and specialist relationships are critical to the owner and the pet. Care is not threatened, but enhanced, by communication with the referring veterinarian.
- Enriching Life and Performance
- Expanding the Community of Care