“My heart was broken. They told me if I hadn’t brought him in when I did that Jack would have only lived three more days, at most … The only thing left to try was homeopathy.”
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Wendy Jensen, a homeopathic veterinarian who runs a house-call service from her home, explains why she chooses to treat animals with homeopathy, and why she may never retire.
Is your furry friend fearful of thunder, fireworks and other loud noises? Several homeopathic remedies are known for their ability to relieve that fear. One may be right for your pet.
If you want to help your animal friend pass calmly and naturally, whether at home or at the vet, these are the remedies to consider.
“Calm and protect pets from feeling vulnerable and anxious during fireworks and thunderstorms with natural remedies and solutions to help them during scary times.”
Dogs Naturally have pulled together six homeopathic remedies for your fur-baby to reduce the risk of infection and help ease the pain and swelling of a bite.
“Now, new research has found that nearly 1 in 2 pet owners are willing to try allied health services or alternative therapies to improve their pet’s health and wellbeing.”
The fundamental right to the freedom of choice in the healthcare of our animals is currently being eroded by governing bodies in several countries. Here’s a report on the situation.
Judging by these 14 articles, the good doctors from the BHA (some of whom are Vets) view animal health as seriously as human health. Look at what they treat!