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Dr. Jill Tack’s love for animals started at a very early age. While in grade school, she asked her parents for a dog but the stipulations were that she had to save her own money and help buy its supplies and food. Little did she know at the time, that her first dog, Max, would change her life so drastically.
Later in life, when Max was diagnosed with cancer, she did extensive research and got deeply involved in learning how to heal animals naturally with herbs and homeopathy, as well as proper food choices. Many of her friends and family became curious too. That led her to sell only the best dog and cat foods to friends and relatives from her home, which in turn parlayed into opening The Pet Beastro, an alternative health and pet food retail store for dogs and cats. The store hosts educational and adoption events and offers many options for the different health ailments of dogs and cats. Jill believes that if she educates pet owners about their pet food options, they end up with their family pet living a longer and healthier life.
Dr. Jill Tack is a Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor from the Naturopathic Institute of Therapies and Education.
Dr. Tack has also earned an Herbal Certification from GAIA Center for Herbal Studies. She has studied Classical Homeopathy under Dr. Glen Dupree. With 10 years of experience in pet nutrition and raw feeding, Jill is asked to speak at many wellness and pet-related events/functions.
She has worked with Greyhound Rescue & Adoptions in Southeastern Michigan since 2003. She also started working with a Bengal Cattery in 2012.