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BILL POLLAK

“You are much more likely to know your purpose if you’re settled inside.”

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BILL POLLAK, veterinarian of 40 years, created the Fairfield Animal Hospital so he could help animals naturally and holistically.

 

Advice from Bill

“This is all a dream. When you have a dream, don’t forget to go inside and see how you feel.”

“You are much more likely to know your purpose if you’re settled inside.”

“Decide that you are done running away from things. You are much more likely to know your purpose when you are settled inside, and have let go of things that provided security in the past.”

“No one wants to accept limitation, but it’s through limitation where one can springboard into the unknown.”

“The more we transcend, the more we get acquainted with our personal dharma, and clarity of duty becomes more refined and direct.”

“There is always a deeper meaning. While a lot of stories hold surface value, everything is found in layers!”

About Bill Pollak and Fairfield Animal Hospital

Originally from New York, Bill and his wife moved to Fairfield, Iowa in August 1982 to live and grow with a community that values consciousness, kindness, and unity. Just one year earlier, in 1981, Bill became a teacher of Transcendental Meditation and the Science of Creative Intelligence.

Bill received a B.S. from Cornell University’s School of Agriculture in 1971, and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell in 1975. In 1994, he graduated from the Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy in Boulder, Colorado, a yearlong course focusing on treatments in classical homeopathy on animals.

Bill established the Fairfield Animal Hospital in Fairfield, Iowa in 1984 to practice holistic Veterinary Medicine. He approaches veterinary medicine in various ways, including chiropractic, homeopathic, and Ayurvedic medicine. He works in Small Animal practice.

About Bill’s Veterinary Philosophy (from Bill)

Life expresses disease in an attempt to throw off something that is unwanted. Giving the system added vitality will enable it to rebalance itself at higher levels of integration.

As a result of taking care of the system as a whole, symptoms of disease disappear by themselves, and there is a greater feeling of Wellness. Expressing this quality of Wellness is the natural by-product of all genetic structures, and is common to all life. It is seen as greater vitality, greater settledness, clearer eyes and enhanced responsiveness to the events of daily life.

To learn more about Holistic Medicine from the Perspective of Wellness, check out Bill’s in-depth description: http://www.healthyvet.com/documents/PDF/Holistic_Medicine.pdf.

To learn more about Bill’s veterinary philosophy, check out his website: http://www.healthyvet.com.

Bill talks about easy and natural ways to keep your pets healthy and disease-free with diet alone on his website (http://www.healthyvet.com/documents/PDF/Elimination_of_Common_Diseases.pdf.) He also talks about the basics of wound healing (http://www.healthyvet.com/documents/PDF/The_Basics_of_Wound_Healing.pdf,) the importance of food quality for your pets (http://www.healthyvet.com/documents/PDF/Food_Quality_for_your_Pet.pdf,) and the general experience of living with animals (http://www.healthyvet.com/documents/PDF/Living_with_Animals.pdf.) There are many more valuable documents available on the website for pet owners.

Community Sauna

The Pollak family have been playing host to community sauna gatherings on their land since Bill finished the build in 2008.

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