Welcome to Positive Chi Alternative Veterinary Medicine
Your Mobile Veterinarian in Bedford NH

Positive Chi Alternative Veterinary Medicine, PLLC is a privately owned business in Southern New Hampshire that is mobile. Holistic veterinarian, Dr. Haley, examines and treats your pet in the comfort of your own home. Services provided include a comprehensive history & physical exam, acupuncture, herbal/supplement recommendations and food therapy recommendations for dogs and cats that are suffering from chronic disease/symptoms, geriatric problems and cancer.

At POSITIVE CHI Alternative Veterinary Medicine, pets are family members, too. We treat the root cause, not just the symptoms.

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  • Skunks

    Home and Veterinary Care for Pet Skunks If you're an adventurous pet owner, you may love exotic animals such as skunks. You'll be happy to learn that skunks can indeed make excellent domestic pets, but only if they receive the proper care to enjoy a happy, healthy life. Your veterinary team can help ...

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  • Sugar Gliders

    Thinking of getting a sugar glider? These tiny marsupials are energetic and friendly, making them popular choices as pets. Though they weigh less than a half-pound, they're more closely related to kangaroos than they are flying squirrels. If you think a sugar glider would make an ideal pet for your family, ...

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  • Flying Squirrels

    Much like sugar gliders, flying squirrels make affectionate pets when purchased young and raised by their owner. Unlike sugar gliders, however, flying squirrels are rodents that need veterinary care specific to the species. Your veterinary team can help with the care and treatment of flying squirrels. ...

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  • Rats

    Did you know rats make surprisingly affectionate pets? If you're thinking of bringing home a pet rat, here's what you need to know. Health Rats that are bred especially as pets are safe to keep and should be free of disease. But common conditions may affect your rats from time to time. Your veterinarian ...

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  • Chinchillas

    Chinchillas are playful, loveable, and amusing pets. If you want yours to remain in your family for long, you should ensure that it has a good diet. Chinchillas require a lot of attention due to their playful nature; therefore, it is best to have supervised playtime with yours if you want to create a ...

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  • Fennec Foxes

    Fennec Fox Care Guide With oversized ears and mischievous faces, fennec foxes are cute as can be. But these exotic pets require a lot of care to stay healthy and happy. Health At just three pounds, fennec foxes are the smallest member of the fox family. Native to the Sahara desert, fennec foxes are ...

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  • Guinea Pigs

    Curious and inquisitive by nature, guinea pigs make great pets. These little bundles of fur are quite social and enjoy spending time with the people who handle, feed, and groom them. As a pet, guinea pigs are relatively low maintenance, rarely aggressive, and fun to own. How to Care Guinea pigs are playful, ...

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  • Prairie Dogs

    Prairie dogs are cute, affable creatures. But before taking one on as a pet, check your local laws. In some states, such as Colorado, it's illegal to keep prairie dogs as pets. Mostly, this is because they may spread monkeypox. If you live in a state that welcomes pet prairie dogs, be sure to buy from ...

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  • Gerbils

    Gerbils are great little pets for pet owners who don't have room for a dog or cat. They're friendly and fun to watch, but they do take a moderate level of care and investment. If you're thinking of getting a gerbil, here's what you'll need to know to keep him happy and healthy, including giving him a ...

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  • Hedgehogs

    Shy animals that roll into a ball when scared, hedgehogs are covered with spiky quills. They're small, clean, and fun to watch so they're quite popular as pets. Even so, these little guys need lots of activity to stay healthy. Health Hedgehogs can have health problems, including dental diseases, skin ...

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Meet The Doctor

  • Dr. Daphne Haley

    Dr. Haley has been practicing veterinary medicine since 2003 and is a graduate of the University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine. After receiving her doctorate in veterinary medicine, she continued her education by completing a 1-year rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Ocean State Veterinary Specialists in East Greenwich, RI. Dr. Haley then practiced 5 years of emergency medicine and critical care prior to completing her certification in veterinary acupuncture at the Chi Institute in Reddick, FL. Dr. Haley has continued her education in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine through continued courses in herbal therapy and food therapy. She has now been practicing as a holistic veterinarian since 2010.

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Location

We are willing to drive within 30 minutes of the location

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Just wanted to let you know that D is really doing well .…he is so happy. When we come home (my son) chases him around the yard and he gallops around darting here and there eating it all up. He is so happy. AND he LOVES that new food. I have NEVER in his 13 + years EVER seen him eat so willingly. This morning he could hardly wait until it rehydrated to get at the bowl- he stood waiting for it. I have never seen him do this. He has happily eaten twice a day since I started him on this food per your recommendation. You have saved his life and it is very heartwarming to see him enjoying himself. I really can’t thank you enough."
    A dog kidney disease and behavior problems
  • "I just wanted to say thank-you for the wonderful care you have given my cat, Noah, in recent months. His acupuncture treatments have made a world of difference. I really thought I was going to have to put him down in the spring due to several issues plus his extreme weight loss, lack of appetite and lethargy.
    He is a new guy today! As I write he is eating his breakfast heartily after playing outside with his buddies this morning. He is gaining his weight back and his hilarious personality too! It is obvious he feels much better! And we know how much he enjoyed his treatments! I will be in touch soon for a follow up but I just wanted you to know that he is well on his way to recovery."
    Cat losing weight and lethargic
  • "After that last acupuncture treatment, Z’s foot looks awesome!!!!! Thank you so much."
    Dog with a lick granuloma
  • "Z was grieving after the loss of another family pet – I just have to write and tell you how perky Z is tonight! I had her tied up outside tonight and she was barking at the neighbor and the cat. (not that I like that, but she had stopped doing that – stopped being herself – was more indifferent to things) She was bouncing off the walls when I went to leash her up for her bathroom run. And when she came inside she ran and played hard with her toy. Now when I looked at her she seemed happy and bright eyed! She loves the sardines. M..m…m. She’s back to playing with her toy and nudging me that she wants some dinner."
    Dog grieving over pet loss
  • "Dr. Haley healed a front shoulder injury which had been recurring for approximately a year. My dog is very active and took several rounds of anti-inflammatories, which temporarily improved her symptoms until we stopped taking the medication. When allowed to resume her regular exercise she would begin limping again. Dr. Haley treated her with acupuncture and herbs for several months successfully ending the vicious cycle of limping. She is back to her normal running and jumping and general silly antics with no sign of pain for greater than a year."
    Dog with shoulder injury
  • "Dr. Haley successfully treated my former high-strung Arabian horse for front leg tendon damage. After a diagnosis via ultrasound that showed no ligament tear. I was advised to cold hose, hand walk and stall rest my horse for several months. Stall rest was difficult because the lack of outdoor time only made him more anxious and worried causing him to be irritable and jumpy. Even with several months of rest he was not improving. Dr. Haley treated him with several different herbs and salves. Improvement was slow and gradual until I was able to resume riding. His temperament rapidly improved when herbs were started to the point where my friends noticed the difference and asked what we were doing. I am able to ride alone on busy streets and he is sane and safe! Only a small bump is present on his front leg where previously it was very noticeable. He continues to be sound, relaxed and fun to ride."
    Horse with Front Leg Tendon issue
  • "Z was grieving after the loss of another family pet – I just have to write and tell you how perky Z is tonight! I had her tied up outside tonight and she was barking at the neighbor and the cat. (not that I like that, but she had stopped doing that – stopped being herself – was more indifferent to things) She was bouncing off the walls when I went to leash her up for her bathroom run. And when she came inside she ran and played hard with her toy. Now when I looked at her she seemed happy and bright eyed! She loves the sardines. M..m…m. She’s back to playing with her toy and nudging me that she wants some dinner."
    Dog grieving over pet loss