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Becker, K. “Ditch This Pet Food Now – Can Be Deadly to Your Pets.” Retrieved March 20, 2012, from
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About Dr. Becker

Dr. Karen Becker is a proactive and integrative wellness veterinarian. She is passionate about educating people about natural health, often speaking at public seminars and appearing on the hit show, the Animal Planet. She has also been named one of Chicago’s Top Ten Vets by Chicago Magazine.

From volunteering at a local human society and working with homeless and abused animals since age 13, Dr. Becker has become an animal advocate. Today, she helps thousands of patients achieve wellness through her Natural Pet Animal Hospital, Feathers Bird Clinic, and TheraPaw Rehabilitation and Pain Management Clinic in Illinois. Together with her husband, Dr. Becker also founded the Covenant Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in 2002, which is dedicated to caring for injured and orphaned wild animals. 

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