House and Farm calls.
House and Farm calls.
Holistic veterinary medicine means looking at the whole animal not just treating symptoms. Using this holistic perspective Dr. Aja integrates many kinds of veterinary medicine and treatment options to create a comprehensive health and wellness plan tailored to the unique needs of your animal. House and farm calls bring high quality personalized holistic veterinary care right to your animal, making visits more convenient for you and more comfortable for them.
Dr. Aja will see any and all animals. Although her experience is mostly with the common species like cats, dogs, horses, rabbits, sheep, goats, llamas, alpacas, and cattle, she is happy to do research, consult with experts and help with other species such as birds, ferrets, rodents, reptiles, amphibians, fish, pigs and anything other animals you have.
Dr. Aja (pronounced like Asia) Senestraro grew up in Western Washington and is very happy to be able to practice in such a beautiful place. She graduated from Washington State University as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. She has spent time in China learning acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine.
She believes strongly in the importance of preventing disease by recognizing and treating early signs. The vet can be an integral part of maintaining health and well-being in an animal not just in treating a sick animal. Her professional interests include behavior, dermatology and herd health. She is also committed to serving the Human-Animal Bond by providing end-of-life care with a focus on pain management. Dr. Aja is a member of numerous veterinary organizations including American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association, International Association of Animal Hospice and Palliative Care, American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior, American Association of Rehabilitation Vets and American Association of Feline Practitioners. She is proud to be certified by the American Association of Feline Practitioners as a Cat Friendly Practice.
Her hobbies outside of veterinary medicine include hiking and travel. Community involvement is very important to her and she is a supporter of 4-H and FFA.