Jill Todd DVM Holistic Vet

The Best Care for your Best Friend

Dr. Todd is committed to practicing the highest quality medicine and compassionate care to all patients by integrating complimentary techniques to enhance performance, well-being and longevity.

  • Integrative veterinarian medicine treatments.

  • Combination of acupuncture, veterinary orthopedic manipulation (VOM) and cold laser therapy.

  • Relieve pain, stimulate healing and increase well-being.

Vet Jill Todd, DVM


Dr. Jill Todd, DVM – BIO

Honorary Faculty and Advisor at CWALU, the acronym for Communication With All Life University
Teacher: Acupressure and Meridian Touch Healing
Delaware College of Science and Agriculture
Studied botany, agriculture, agronomy; biological science major 1981-1983

In Partnership with:

Jill and Joan – Animal Hemp Extract products
Joan Ranquet – Animal Communication

Tanner - Testimonial for Dr. Jill Todd.

“Thank you for your ongoing care and support for Tanner.  Dr. Todd and team navigated him through life-concerning health problems. They were always compassionate, very professional and very knowledgeable. Tanner was fortunate to have such a caring and talented team helping ensure his golden years were truly, golden!”

Vanessa R., Dog Mom

Frequently Asked Questions

Jill Todd, DVM has practiced veterinarian medicine since 1996. She is committed to consistent quality veterinary care and educating clients on how to keep their pets healthy year round using complimentary holistic medicine and herbal therapy.

Holistic medicine looks at a pet’s overall health, and use traditional and alternative therapies. Dr. Todd routinely works with her patient’s Vets to reference lab tests and prescription drugs to determine the best treatment options for acupuncture, chiropractics and herbal remedies to help pets heal and remain healthy.

Dr. Todd’s philosophy as a holistic veterinarian emphasizes empathy and minimal invasiveness. Holistic veterinary medicine is a type of veterinary medicine that uses complimentary and integrative medicine in the treatment of animals.

Yes.  Jill takes in the whole picture of the patient—the environment, the disease pattern, the relationship of pet with owner—and developing a treatment protocol using a wide range of therapies for healing the patient. As a holistic practitioner, I am interested not only in a medical history, but also genetics, nutrition, environment, family relationships, stress levels, and other factors.

No. The combined holistic care regime for your pet is minimally to noninvasive and will not cause direct pain or harm.   Depending on the patient, they can either lie or stand when they receive treatment.  Most find it relaxing and should be allowed to rest after a treatment to minimize strain and or re-injury.

Most animals will find acupuncture, VOM and cold laser therapy relaxing and tend to enjoy the treatment.  Dr. Todd provides treatments to an range of pets including dogs, cats and horses but not limited too.

Acupuncture can be used on all species of animals, and has documented efficacy on a wide range of species from elephants to mice. However, it tends to be more frequently used on companion animal species such as the horses, dogs and cats.

Chiropractic treatment of animals is different than that of treating humans.  Dr. Todd practices Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM), which is less invasive than spinal manipulation as it uses an Activator instrument to stimulate the vertebra and decrease subluxations to  facilitate release of muscular pain and inflammation.

Cold laser therapy is a noninvasive procedure that uses light to stimulate cell regeneration and increase blood circulation.  The treatment is a relatively new concept that is being used more recently to treat dogs, cats and horses with arthritis, tendon or soft tissue injuries and to promote wound healing.

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