Hi, I’m Dr. Marty!

For more than 45 years, I’ve used my unique veterinary methods to heal pets nobody else could. Find out more about my raw food philosophy and how to help your pet at home.

Dr. Martin Goldstein

Hi, I’m Dr. Martin Goldstein — or as I’m known in the pet health world — Dr. Marty.

As a veterinarian for more than 45 years, I’ve had the honor of helping pets of all kinds regain their health through the power of integrative medicine. I’ve even guest starred on several national radio and television programs, including The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Martha Stewart Show, and Good Morning America.

Now, I’m thrilled to share my unique approach to pet health care with the world.

Interested in finding out more about Dr. Marty's freeze-dried pet food?

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Frequently Asked Questions

Got a puzzling pet question? Whether it’s a question about your pet’s health or a mysterious habit or behavior, send your question my way and I’ll do my best to answer it!

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Milk? & Vaccinations for dogs

Are dogs and cats meant to drink milk? The answer is no. Cow milk has always been intended to feed and supply growth factors to calves. It can cause congestion and allergy in our smaller companion animals, but if your pet already loves this milk drinking pastime, try...

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You’re Drunk Dog

We are finally starting to come out of possibly the worst winter that I can remember in much of this continent. As the weather warms and spring cleaning becomes a thing to do, many people clean the radiators of their cars to get rid of the winter antifreeze....

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Bones, Treats and Congestion

BONES Recreational raw bones are excellent for your pets. Chewing provides psychological satisfaction as well as excellent dental health. Every 4 to 5 days, give dogs either raw knuckle bone or raw neck (beef,lamb,veal) bones. Avoid morrow bones (the hard none form...

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Upcoming Seminars

Fundamentals of Health and Disease for Our Pets
November 16-17, 2019
Free Registration

The Nature of
Animal Healing

Since its release in 1999, my aim with this book has been more of an immediate one: to demonstrate the ways in which our pets are being ill served by us, by their environments, and, yes, by some aspects of conventional veterinary medicine.