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Dr. Jodie’s Natural Pets Products Now Available

Dr. Jodie Gruenstern

Dr. Jodie Gruenstern

Veterinarian Jodie Gruenstern, the owner and full-time veterinarian of Animal Doctor Holistic Veterinary Complex, in Muskego, has created Dr. Jodie’s Natural Pets, a unique line of pet treats, supplements and personal care items such as chemical-free pest repellents. The wholesome products can be purchased online or through local retailers, including Bark n’ Scratch Outpost and The Natural Pet, both in Milwaukee, and The Pet Outpost, in Shorewood.

“I have developed this line specifically for pets, eliminating toxic chemicals and using meat-based ingredients in treats instead of excess starches,” says Gruenstern, who graduated from UW-Madison’s School of Veterinary Medicine in 1987 and was certified in veterinary acupuncture by the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine, in Florida.


For more information, call 800-468-6037, email DrJodiesNaturalPets@yahoo.com or visit DrJodiesNaturalPets.com.

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