About PAW

A Brief History of Dr. Shultz

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Pam Shultz, DVM, CVA is a 2004 graduate of Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine and became certified in Veterinary Acupuncture in 2013. For many years, she has been pursuing her interests in integrative pet health through memberships and continuing education from the Botanical Veterinary Medical Association, the American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture, International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association, College of Integrative Veterinary Therapy and recently the New York Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medical Association.   In 2009, “Dr. Pam” began working with Warwick Valley Humane Society, providing both integrative and conventional care to homeless pets.  In 2012, she and NY Philharmonic associate principal cellist, Eileen Moon, co-founded Friends of Warwick Valley Humane Society to help raise awareness and funds for animal welfare and pet adoption in the local community.  Dr. Shultz has been offering holistic veterinary services including acupuncture, nutrition and supplement consultations, low energy photon therapy and animal Reiki at Orchard Grove Animal Hospital since 2011. She would like to thank her supportive family, the artsy and equally grounded Warwick community and especially all the amazing animal teachers who motivate, challenge, entertain and guide her on a daily basis.

Dr. Pamela Shultz DVM/CVA

My Goals

  1. Bridge the communication gap between conventional veterinary practitioners and clients interested in taking an integrative approach to pet health care.
  2. Provide patient advocacy – Help pet owners make informed decisions about an integrative approach to the best of conventional and holistic modalities to help their beloved pets live long, happy, healthy lives.
  3. Support patients’ immune systems to maintain and improve health. Address root causes of disease states and do not only suppress symptoms.
  4. Continue to learn and share knowledge about the highest quality veterinary medicine available.

Mission Statement

Promote animal wellness though the understanding and utilization of integrative health care options.