A BIG shout out to Dr. Carol and her wonderful staff, especially Hallie. Our Golden is just over 13 yrs old, and developed a growth on his mouth/gums. I wish I would have found Dr. Carol years ago, but am so grateful for her compassion, holistic practice, and above and beyond customer service! The herbs/supplements she provided have helped tremendously, and she calls to make sure we understand the tests, and check on Kramer! We want him to be comfortable in his golden years with gentle healing…and she works with us and our beliefs. Highly recommend Dr. Carol!!
Chagrin Falls Pet Clinic is the official web site of veterinarian, Dr. Carol Osborne, DVM, PAAWS Pet Vitamins and VitaLife Pet Supplements.
Dr. Carol Osborne, DVM has gained national recognition as an authority in traditional and alternative veterinary medicine and health care for pets. She is our nation’s first veterinarian to be Certified as a Diplomat of the American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine. This status is for human medicine. Dr. Carol used that knowledge to create her pet longevity formulas. The founder and director of the Chagrin Falls Veterinary Center and creator of PAAWS, Pet Anti-Aging Wellness Systems, for dogs and cats. Dr. Carol has pioneered the exploration of new therapies for the treatment and prevention of age-related degenerative disease, as well as promotion of optimum health and performance for pets.
Dr. Carol’s first two books “Naturally Healthy Cats” and “Naturally Healthy Dogs” hit the international best seller lists. The multi-faceted Dr. Osborne is also an Emmy-nominated television journalist. “Dr. Carol” as she has come to be known, has gained national prominence through her frequent appearances on popular shows including Today in New York, where she was the on-camera staff veterinarian.
Dr. Carol is very familiar to audiences across the country through her numerous appearances on metropolitan news programs, in particular, the highly rated, nationally syndicated Fox morning news show, Good Day L.A. Many viewers enjoyed Dr. Carol’s weekly role as the pet product consumer reporter and staff veterinarian on the Fox News Channel’s Pet News and the Family Channel’s Home & Family where she was a recurring Featured guest for several years. Her numerous appearances on Discovery’s Animal Planet, including Pet Line, Amazing Tails and Disney’s Petsburg USA have made her a welcome face to audiences around the world. Dr. Carol was credited as a consultant on ABC’s Genesis Award Winner Incredible Animal Tales.
Dr. Carol has been featured in USA Today, USA Weekend, The Los Angeles Times and the New York Daily News. She has contributed columns to “Trends”, the highly respected journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, DVM Magazine, Dog Fancy, Natural Dog, Dog World, Veterinary Economics Magazine, The Washington Enquirer, Cat Fancy, Puppies USA, Groomer to Groomer, Icelandic Horse and Travel, and Equine Athlete. Her editorial contributions also include In Style Magazine, Woman’s World and Icon Magazine, as well as Fit Magazine and The National Enquirer.
Dr. Carol’s first two books have been translated into 12 different languages and sold over 200,000 copies. They are in their fourth publication by Marshall Editions. Dr. Carol also wrote the chapter, “Pets our Pets Don’t Need” in the book,”Infection Protection” published November, 2002 by Harper Collins. Currently Dr. Carol is the online veterinary expert for the highly acclaimed online resource Answers.com, the pet product consumer safety advisor for Dog Time Media. She is a veterinary news network reporter, and the featured online pet expert curator for Organized Wisdom dot com.
Dr. Carol hosts a weekly National Pet Talk AM Radio Show broadcast online and throughout the country on National AM Talk Radio. Dr. Carol is an accomplished equestrian and competed successfully on the “A” horse show circuit as an amateur and professionally. She qualified for the US Equestrian Olympic Team Trials. She is an avid horse lover and a respected member of the American Horse Show Association.
Dr. Carol earned her B.S. degree from John Carroll University; she graduated summa cum laude. She received her D.V.M. degree with honors from Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and has been in private clinical practice for over 20 years. Currently, she practices at the Chagrin Falls Veterinary Center, in Chagrin Falls, Ohio and continues her research in developing advanced biosciences and natural regenerative therapies for the benefit of dogs and cats.