Dr. Carol Osborne
Dr. Carol Osborne has gained national recognition as an authority in 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. The founder and president of the American Pet Institute, the Pet Anti-Aging Wellness Centers and PAAWS, Pet Anti-Aging Wellness Systems, 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. PAAWS-VitaLife is Dr. Carol’s newest, most advanced, patented pet product line.
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 World, Cat Fancy, Puppies USA, Groomer to Groomer, Icelandic Horse and Travel, and Equine Athlete. Her editorial contributions also include In Style Magazine, Womans World and Icon Magazine, as well as Fit Magazine and The National Enquirer. Dr. Carol’s first two books, Naturally Healthy Cats and Naturally Healthy Dogs hit the international best seller lists; translated into 11 different languages and selling over 150,000 copies. They are in their fourth publication by Marshall Editions. Carol also wrote the chapter, “Pets our Pets Don’t Need” in the book Infection Protection published November, 2002 by Harper Collins.
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 15 years. Currently, she devotes much of her time to the research and development of advanced biosciences for the benefit of animal health and welfare.
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