About Us

Have you ever imagined what exactly is happening behind the scenes at eHomeRemedies.com? You have looked at the website, read through the content, familiarized yourself with everything that we have to offer. Maybe the question has crossed your mind at some point: who is doing all this? Who is running the show? Where does the magic take place?

Bringing to the table more than 100 years of experience with dogs, cats and health care – both personal and professional – we know just how powerful home remedies can be. We also know, of course, just how complex they can be, which is why our writers work hard to communicate to you, our valued readers, in-depth and unbiased information. Presenting our research, reviews, and stories in a way that is fun and engaging, we are committed to ensuring you have all the knowledge you need to optimize your health, your beauty, your kitten, and the pup you hold so dear to your heart!

Here, you can learn more about all your favorite authors and discover the articles they have written at eHomeRemedies.com. Go ahead and get to know us. We welcome all feedback and questions too!

The Founder and Editor of eHomeRemedies.com, Clare Kendry has spent the last decade furthering her education, earning her Master of Science in Personalised Nutrition and launching her own nutritional medicine clinic.

Developing and honing her research and writing skills while earning her MSc, she prepared herself well to present the most cutting-edge nutritional researched effectively and clearly to her patients – and to you!

Passionate about all health topics, Clare understands how important it is to speak to the public in terms they understand when it comes to nutrition and their well-being.

She writes about fitness and nutrition, and she has created her own nutrition plans, e-books, and recipes.


Tracy has accrued more than ten years of professional veterinary experience. She emphasises homeopathic care in her practice, but she makes all options known to her patients’ humans so that they can make well-informed decisions about their pets’ health.

Employed as a Veterinary Technician in California, Nicole spends her days providing such treatments as:

  • Injection and venipuncture
  • Wound care, splint placement
  • Specimen collection
  • Oxygen and fluid therapy
  • IV and urinary catheter placement
  • CPR and other emergency procedures
  • Anaesthetic induction and maintenance
  • Surgical assistance
  • Dental prophylaxis
  • Laboratory and pharmaceutical services
  • Blood pressure measurement
  • Elecrocardiographic operation
  • Radiographic and ultrasonographic equipment
  • Hospice and euthanasia

Fully trained in both reception and kennel duties, she takes pride in her ability to keep her clients educated throughout the treatment process, making the care environment a comfortable one for all involved.


An Australian Registered Veterinary Surgeon and Practitioner, Isabella Donnelly earned her Bachelor of Animal Science at Adelaide University before going on to study Veterinary Medicine at Melbourne University, from which she graduated in 2017.

She has collaborated on honours and PhD projects, and she is working to complete a publication for the Veterinary and Agricultural Faculty of the University of Melbourne.


Her experience as a veterinarian stretching back more than fifteen years, Francis D. Ross has spent ten years of clinical practice as an equine veterinarian and companion animal practitioner.

She has also done work as a regulatory veterinarian for the government, giving her a unique and useful perspective of the policies that affect animals’ and animal owners’ day-to-day lives. An avid writer, she specializes in formal educational pieces and casual blog posts alike, and she has done guest spots on many animal-related podcasts.


A veterinarian, Maddison Foy earned her PhD in Biomedical Sciences. In addition to practising veterinary medicine, she also develops web content professional, focusing in her writing on veterinary medicine, biomedical sciences and research, alternative and complementary medicine, and comparative medicine.

She has a knack for breaking down complex medical concepts into terms that anyone can understand, making her especially adept at educating her clients verbally and in writing. While working toward her PhD, she exposed herself to a treasure trove of peer-reviewed research.

She has also penned articles for peer-reviewed journals, presented her research at scientific meetings, and taught students in lecture and clinical settings.


A qualified doctor, Jane G. is someone who wears many hats, working also as a health writer, author, researcher, and media medic. She is a master communicator who is passionate about putting convoluted health information into words that make the information widely accessible. Her byline has appeared in such publications as:

  • Practical Parenting
  • Bliss
  • Jump
  • Sunday Express Magazines
  • The Boots
  • Wellbeing.com
  • BBC Online

Her primary interests are child and adolescent health, women’s well-being, beauty, and nutrition.


A Doctor of Public Health, Karly Millar has accrued more than ten years of experience, making a name for herself as a researcher, writer, policy analyst, and project manager specializing in public health and international development.

She earned her PhD in Community and Behavioural Health at the Colorado School of Public Health, her Master’s Degree in Global Health and Public Policy at the University of Edinburgh, and her Bachelor’s Degree with Honours in Biomedical Sciences (with minours in Biology and Psychology) at the University of Waterloo.

She has edited more than 200 articles to date in addition to collaborating with her clients on scoping reviews, feasibility, evaluation studies, public health grant proposal development, and policy research.


A licensed hair practitioner, Anne Holzman has worked in hair care for more than 25 years, spending the last decade focusing on trichology, which is the study of hair and scalp disorders.

She is an accomplished author and educator as well, and she credits God for drawing her to the hair industry.


A beauty professional, Mei Kang earned her two-year diploma in Beauty and Skin Care before going on to study Reflexology, Somatology, and electrical face and body treatments.

She is committed to her clients’ well-being, and after working at a local beauty business for three years, she went into business for herself four years ago. A proponent on peels, skin needling, facials, and basic home care, she knows what it takes to keep skin and the body healthy.


A senior academic researcher, reviewer, and editor, Daniel Kruger is also an internationally accredited psychotherapist. He earned his PhD in Psychological Counseling and Guidance, and in the years since, he has taught in the Department of Psychological Counseling and Guidance himself.

He has also authored papers that have gone on to appear in such world-renowned journals as the European Journal of Psychological Assessment, Psychological Reports, the Scandinavian Journal of Psychology. Asia Pacific Psychiatry, and Computers in Human Behaviour.