Veterinary homeopathy

HOMEOPATHY IN ANIMALS

Veterinary Homeopathy is based on the same principals as in humans.
The homeopathic remedies used in Veterinary Homeopathy are identical to those used in Human Homeopathy, but the testing of remedies eg “provings” are done in humans, while in conventional medicine the testing of medicine is done in animals.

Dosing of Animals

In animals, homeopathic remedies can be administered orally by spoon or syringe, in the drinking water or sprayed into the Vagia or into nose and mouth.

  • Store homeopathic remedies only in their original container, away from strong smelling substances.
  • Do not handle remedies.
  • Tablets and powders and liquids can be put into the drinking water.

A tablet can be put into a small amount of water in a glass left for 3 to 4 minutes stirred well (the tablet will not dissolve nor does it need to as the energy in it is gone into the water by stirring well), then delivered to the patients mouth by teaspoonful or clean syringe.

Powders and tinctures ( liquid preparations) can be delivered directly to the animals mouth.

  • For the medication of large numbers of animals the homeopathic remedy should be put into a bucket stirred around, and poured along the water trough, but the trough should be reasonably clean. Stirring the water in the trough will only bring up organic matter at the bottom.
  • Putting remedies into dry food generally is not effective as the animal may swallow the food without the remedy coming into contact with the mucous membranes of the tongue or mouth.
  • Try and avoid feeding the animal for approximately ten minutes before and after giving a remedy.

Homeopathy for cats

Homeopathy for dogs

Homeopathy for horses

Homeopathy for cattle

Homeopathy for grief

Raw Food Diet for Dogs and Cats

This diet sheet is produced here with the kind permission of my friend and Homeopathic/Veterinary colleague Tom Farrington from Roscarberry West Cork, who put it all together and gave me permission to use it here.

http://farrington.vet.googlepages.com/ageneralrawfooddietsheet

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