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Meet Dr. Becky Fraser

I look forward to sharing the principles of integrative/holistic veterinary medicine with you as we work together to give our special dogs and cats the balanced, ideal lives they deserve.

Dr. Fraser grew up in the small town of Winterport, Maine. She attended Elon College in North Carolina for her undergraduate studies in Biology. It wasn’t until her third year of college that she realized veterinary medicine was a much better fit for her than human medicine. In preparation for vet school, Dr. Fraser spent a year in Maine working in a mixed animal practice and then 2 years at UNC Chapel Hill working in neuroscience research. It was here that she met her husband, Randal.

Dr. Fraser attended vet school at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in the top 10% of her class in 2007. She focused on mixed-animal practice in school, but decided to dedicate her professional life to dogs and cats. She worked at a busy, multi-doctor practice in Raleigh, NC for a couple years while Randal finished graduate school. In 2010, their family relocated to Baltimore after Randal accepted a post-doctoral fellowship at Johns Hopkins Medical Institute.

In April 2013, Dr. Fraser started a house call veterinary practice doing acupuncture and Chinese medicine after studying at the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. This practice has evolved into Fraser Veterinary Services which continues to offer new services to her patients.

In her life outside of work, Dr. Fraser and her husband are raising 3 wonderful kids. They enjoy lots of time outside – especially summers on the shore in Maine. They share their life with 2 cats named Spencer and Taz and a rescue boxer, Max.

Dear friends,

I am so excited to be able to offer a very individualized, holistic approach to veterinary medicine.  From my first acupuncture class in the fall of 2012, I knew it was an invaluable approach to healing. It rebalances our pets to give them ideal health and quality of life.

When my son had a severe reaction to penicillin several years ago, I became interested in a more holistic approach to medicine. Since 2009, my family has focused on alternative methods of healing ailments and on cultivating strong immune systems. I wanted very much to do this for my veterinary patients! The opportunity came when the Chi Institute brought a day-long acupuncture seminar to Baltimore. That day changed my professional life and how I think about veterinary medicine.

I am amazed on a daily basis how well our pets respond to acupuncture and other natural modalities.  The more I learn, the more excited I get about what the future could hold for my patients. I look forward to sharing the principles of integrative/holistic veterinary medicine with you as we work together to give our special dogs and cats the balanced, ideal lives they deserve.