Ronna Kabler, DVM
Ronna Kabler, D.V.M. is a 1986 graduate from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine. She completed an internship in “exotic” and small animal medicine and surgery at Colorado State University of Veterinary Medicine in 1988. The eighteen years Dr. Kabler worked in conventional small animal private practice led to increased disenchantment. She recognized that over the years she was seeing an increase in chronic diseases. She questioned the practice of annual vaccinations, overuse of pharmaceutical medications and pesticides and the quality of commercial pet foods.
After her own dog, Genevieve, developed a chronic, painful illness that resolved with homeopathic treatment, Dr. Kabler made the decision to embark on a career in holistic veterinary care. In 2006, she enrolled in Dr. Richard Pitcairn’s Professional Homeopathy Course for Veterinarians. She continued her studies in Dr. Pitcairn’s Advanced Course in Veterinary Homeopathy through 2008 and attended his Annual Meeting in 2009. She attends the yearly conferences of the Academy of Homeopathy. She is currently studying to obtain her certification in Veterinary Homeopathy.
Ronna is affiliated with MASH, an integrative clinic in Hopkinton, MA and runs her own practice at Waggin' Tails Veterinary Services. See: