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Pet Owners

Welcome to the College of Integrative Veterinary Therapies!

We are committed to making quality natural medicine for animals widely available, by encouraging the integration of complementary and alternative veterinary medicine into mainstream animal health care.

We offer a broad range of opportunities to help you learn more about evidence-based natural therapies to improve the health of your animals:

Courses

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  • Certificate Animal Health Sciences
    12 Months
    Categories:
    Animal Health Sciences
    Tutors and Lecturers:

  • Naturally Healthy Pets with Dr Liza
    3 Months
    Categories:
    Natural Animal Health, Pet Owners
    Tutors and Lecturers:

  • Introduction to Animal Herbology
    3 Months
    Categories:
    Natural Animal Health, Pet Owners
    Tutors and Lecturers:

  • Natural Animal Nutrition
    5 Months
    Categories:
    Natural Animal Health, Nutrition
    Tutors and Lecturers:

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    Starts on
    Apr 19

Webinars

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Memberships

Benefits
  • Access to the electronic Journal - Journal of Integrative Veterinary Therapies
  • Subscription to our newsletters and mail-outs
  • Friends of CIVT certificate suitable for framing
  • Access to a library of free webinars
  • Discounts on selected webinars
  • Access to the American Botanical Council Library - a comprehensive password-protected library of information on herbs.
  • Please note that we do not provide advice or consultations via this membership but we can direct you to reach a qualified veterinarian via our directory.
Tell your Vet

There is a growing need for people to be able to access reliable advice and natural medicine options within mainstream veterinary medicine. Of the veterinarians who have studied with us, we often hear that it was a client that asked questions about natural options that triggered them to contact us.

If you feel strongly that your veterinarian is open and willing to consider finding out more, we encourage you to give them the CIVT website link. Some veterinarians are happy to refer and you could also suggest they support a veterinary nurse or veterinary technician to undertake training.