I would like to welcome you to my site and hope that you find something useful for your family or farm pet.

Our Healthy Animals

My story starts on a small farm in northern Ohio where I spent my childhood. We had a variety of animals over the years. The cats and dogs were like part of the family, while the farm animals (the cows, horses, sheep and chickens) either worked or provided us with something. They were all an important part of my life growing up and I loved watching and caring for them. I tried to learn how to keep them as healthy as possible. I eventually attended college and veterinary school and became a veterinarian.

I loved learning all about the different animals from what I grew up with to pocket pets, pet birds and eventually even attended to some zoo animals and captive buffalo, deer and elk. My life has been an interesting journey, but I still feel that I can help more people with their animals in a different way.

Nutrition and nutritional supplements are a very important part of maintaining an animal’s health. I have tried to educate my local area to these matters, but many do not want to listen, so I am turning to the internet so that I can reach as many people as I can. Many problems can be avoided with proper nutrition and/or added supplements. Even when problems arise, sometimes natural supplements can be as useful as medications and have fewer side effects. I truly feel that we should provide the best for all of our animals.

My goal is to help as many people as I can with their animals. No matter if it’s your family pet, the chickens that lay the eggs you eat for breakfast, the cow or goat that provides you with your morning milk or evening yogurt or cheese products, or the horse that pulls a buggy or plow or you ride for pleasure to relax on the weekends, it is important to maintain their health for everyone’s benefit. If they are kept as healthy as they can be, many diseases and problems may be avoided or at least lessened to the point that they can be controlled.

Francis decorating in February!
Captive white-tailed deer-they’re only yearlings!!
Ruby a young de Bordeaux pup.

If you ever have any questions, feel free to leave them below and I will be more than happy to help you out.

All the best,

Vicky Soles DVM