‘Dog Doc’ Marty Goldstein Tells RFK, Jr. About Holistic Pet Care + Harms of Over Vaccinating

Dr. Marty Goldstein, a graduate from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine and co-founder of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association, is a leader in using conventional and alternative methods to provide integrative holistic pet care for animals.

Goldstein, also known as the “Dog Doc,” began his career as a conventional veterinarian but has spent his life understanding how to “integrate” alternative therapies to preserve good health and return sick animals to a natural state of good health.

Goldstein told Children’s Health Defense Chairman Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., on the “RFK Jr. The Defender Podcast,” that health is not what you put into your body, but what you allow your body to get rid of.

“Detoxification on a physical level,” said Goldstein. “So much disease is caused by toxicity.”

Goldstein talks about some of his successes in using treatments such as acupuncture and a healthy, raw food diet to heal animals, as well as the harm caused by over vaccinating pets. Adjuvants in vaccines, which may contain ingredients such as aluminum and mercury, are linked to cancer in cats, said Goldstein.

Feline Injection-Site Sarcoma is a vaccine adverse event that results in the development of a malignant tumor. No matter how many times you remove it, it will always grow back, he said.

Goldstein told RFK, Jr.:

“I witnessed the incidents of cancer in dogs in my career triple or quadruple since I graduated Cornell. What used to be a disease solely of the old is now a disease of the young. Something is wrong in the educational system with conventional medicine. I’m not anti-medicine, I’m not anti-vaccine. I am pro-sanity and pro-knowledge.”

To find an integrative veterinarian near you, visit the AHVMA’s vet finder.

Listen to the interview here:



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