1. We see 2 persons with 1 dog at a time with no overlapping appointments to ensure social distancing
2. We require properly fitting face masks upon entry to the office
3. Hand sanitizers are readily available in the exam room.
What do we mean by Holistic?
Comprehensive - We always consider the whole dog, no matter why you come in.
Integrative - Because we use the best of Western and Eastern Medicine, we have more options available when treating your dog. We simply work for optimal outcomes.
We Listen - Our one-patient-at-a-time, no waiting appointment schedule gives you an opportunity to ask questions and discuss your options.
Our generous appointment scheduling means there is no waiting-room full of other dogs. The appointment time we give you is the time we mean.
We take the time to really listen. Our exams are thorough; we get a complete medical history and give you a comprehensive plan. (Intake exam $79)-Costs for consultations for second opinions about medical problems may be more depending on the extent of previous lab work, x-rays and ultrasound report analysis.
There are 5 components to our Wellness Program: Diet, Supplements, Exercise, Prevention, and Therapy. Together they build a foundation for resilience. It is this sturdiness that makes a difference when your dog is stressed or has an accident.
Our goal is to maximize your dog’s health so every day of every year is at full quality. We work with you to build a wellness plan that prevents illness or speeds the recovery from illness.
Dr. Tudor is awesome! I'd been looking for a local, holistic veterinarian/nutritionist for quite some time and was excited to learn about The Well Dog. I brought in my chihuahua for a wellness exam and the atmosphere of the office was so pleasant and relaxed that my dog didn't even know we were at a vets office until Dr. Tudor brought out his stethoscope.
Dr. Tudor was extremely knowledgeable and friendly and he spent more than an hour answering all of my questions. I left his office feeling as though he was genuinely interested in my dog's well being. He recommended a few dietary supplements that were extremely affordable. I only wish my own healthcare was this thorough and cost effective.
Dear Dr. Ken Tudor at The Well Dog Place,
My human took me to see you last week and we had a great time. You were so nice as you let me explore your office and smell everything you have there. One thing I noticed after our visit though is that the size of our treats have gotten smaller. I like my treats. What happened? My human has started adding other really cool stuff to our food though and I think I might be losing weight and my fur is getting softer. What did you tell her? My sister will be visiting you next month. I am going to give her a heads-up... See you soon.
We have been using your products in making our meals for our Australian shepherd that you met during our office visit. She has Lymphoma. Our girl is doing great and is looking great considering her diagnosis. I just wanted to give you feedback on our great experience with you.
I reordered product from you and it arrived very fast. The packaging was very nice. It is my belief that the same great attention to detail that you have in your product presentation and customer service is also in the quality of menus and supplements that you create. Thank you for what you are doing. Loving animals to life.
We were there yesterday & purchased the starter kit. I already made it and my boy loved it
Our dogs are benefiting from Dr. Tudor's Hearthstone Homemade for Dogs recipes and supplements. The recipes are quick and easy to make and perfectly balanced for our dogs' optimal nutritional needs. I highly recommend giving it a try. It's easier than you think.
Thank you Dr. Tudor, I learned so much from you today. I know Suzy Q and Duke are going to be happy and healthy. They both love Hearthstone Homemade recipes as well.
When my Jack Russell terrier, Rosie, was diagnosed for bladder and kidney stones for a second time, I was devastated. I was unable to have surgery performed right away on her, so Dr. Tudor suggested I start her on a Hearthstone Homemade recipe that would control her stones when she eventually had her surgery. By her time for surgery, I changed veterinarians and my old veterinarian was unable to make a copy of Rosie’s x-ray showing her urinary stones. My new vet repeated the x-rays before scheduling her surgery and what a surprise for both of us. Rosie’s bladder stones and most of her kidney stones had dissolved on the homemade diet recipe. The remaining calcification in one of her kidneys was not likely to dissolve but would not cause her any problems in the future.
We are extremely grateful that the Hearthstone Homemade program spared Rosie from a second surgery. We are keeping both of our dogs on the program and recommend that other dog owners with the same condition do the same.