Holistic Actions! Foundation*

Bringing Healing Through Vitality Back To Veterinary Medicine

Holistic Actions! (HA!) Foundation’s mission is to bring Vitality back to veterinary medicine.

By “translating” cutting edge research into specific ways to facilitate healing. Research is showing us how our companion animals can have the freedom of well-balanced lives that they deserve by having strong vitality and healing naturally.

But natural healing using vitality is not a current conventional veterinary method. Translational medicine and the HA! Foundation is solving this problem by bringing benchside research to the “bedside” of our pets then teaching everyone how to keep their pets balanced to have the best quality of life possible.

It is known that these important lifestyle changes improve Vitality and Balance: energy from the sun, fresh food, exercise, and working with the body by respecting symptoms. Further research by the HA! Foundation will help bring this concept back into mainstream medicine.

    Pet parents can only make the best medical decisions for their furry kids by knowing about the Vitality-energy-symptom connection and by knowing all of the ways to stimulate it.

    HA! Foundation is dedicated to researching, verifying, clinically applying then teaching everyone (medically trained or not) a gentle and effective approach to healing and happier lives.


    The 2019 HA! Foundation projects include: 

    • Researching the Vitality and Balance System (VBS) and writing about how to harness its power for veterinarians and other doctors
    • Teaching pet parents and veterinarians how they can use the VBS with homeopathy
    • Providing scholarships to pet parents, pet professionals and other doctors
    • Adding vitality-based biologic behavior to the homeschooling curriculum

    Many Thanks to the Following Generous Members and Supporters


    Bodhi Lo


    Rebecca  Kennedy

    Kelley Matthews

    Kristen Acri

    Jenna Smith

    Abigail Gittin

    Ive Grgas

    Debbie Sharlow

    Pam Badger

    Clea Newman

    Nicole Rousseau


    Eileen Thoma

    Maura Fashjian

    Christine Hsu

    Suzanne Deilus

    Cindy Pinera 

    Karen Dembrowski

    Liz Kunz

    Meg Scarpetta

    Adria Henderson

    Jennifer lea Dulin

    Bridget Lehet

    Nova Simpson

    Crystal Hannah

    Sharon Werner

    Joan D

    Robin Miller

    Cecilia Vohl

    Dorene Evans

    Holly Hoyt

    Michelle Hassine

    Jacqueline Squeglia

    Tracy Pillows

    Judy Umstead


    Aimee Altus

    Darcy Rabenda

    Nicci Decrisantis

    Lisa Dolan

    Julie Wolf

    Terri Takacs

    Amalia Punzo

    Francine Robb

    Bronice Pikul

    Sue Beagley

    Lena A. Silk

    Susan Kuhn

    Cathleen Trimmer

    Karen Beckwith

    Jane Evans

    Carol Liewald

    Kirsten Tolley

    Pamela McGee

    Megan Zelka

    Robin Olson

    Rindie Coker

    Linda Guinee

    Cassandra Kraham

    Janeah Saadeh

    JoAnn Critelli

    Raffi Dorian

    Lynn Foutch

    Merryn Bayliss

    Henneke Versteeg

    Tracy Lenz

    Andrea Libutti

    Lisa Jensen

    Parris Danielle Canfield

    Amy Michelle

    Patti Smith

    Robin Olson

    Keven Duff



    Denize Maaloe

    Julia Grich

    Natalia Biernikova

    Gina Musilli

    Ivana Addington

    Barb McRobbie

    Roslyn Moore

    Nendza Goretta

    Jackie Pariseault

    Kelly Nachbar

    Dave Rothbell

    Keely Parr

    Valentina Conetta

    The Foundation Also Supports:


    The Molecular Vitality project research

    Run by Dr. Jeff Feinman this research integrates Vitality and Balance along with modern conventional veterinary medicine. The goal is to bring vitality and personalized (not just “precision”) medicine for more animals, as well as to mothers and children. The results of the research are being published in medical journals in articles on Vitality and Balance system,  BEAM/symptom significance, ATP and vitality articles. etc. Also, a book is in the works to be published.


    Center For Animal Rescue, Hospice And Holistic Education

    In 2010 BrightHaven Rescue was formed with the goal of saving shelter animals most at risk for euthanasia due to their age or illness. We have has been very successful in finding both foster and forever homes for hundreds of abandoned animals in our local communities. We specialize in medical rehabilitation, which makes us unique.

    AVH Foundation

    The Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy Foundation

    The AVHF was created in 2013 to help fund education, scholarship and research in veterinary homeopathy. They were granted IRS 501c(3) in May 2014 and need YOUR help to get the ball rolling.

    Humane Society

    Your donation helps them protect animals facing abuse and neglect across the country and around the world. Be a hero for animals. Donate today.

    AHVM Foundation

    American Holistic Veterinary Medical Foundation

    AHVMF is a nonprofit organization that funds investigations to advance animal health through integrative holistic veterinary medicine

    Angell Memorial Animal Hospital

    Compassionate and Collaborative Veterinary Care

    The number one priority of Angell’s board-certified specialists, certified veterinary technicians, and dedicated support staff is treating patients with the one-on-one care and compassion that each pet deserves.