Veterinary Homeopathy Has A Long History of Safety and Efficacy

 

With our  livestock being overrun by pharmaceutical drugs and corporations, as well as the phenomenal increase of serious chronic diseases in pets as a result of conventional veterinarian medicine or in spite of it, homeopathy as an alternative has been a life saver for many animals.

Many vets use homeopathic remedies, and many have decided to treat animals solely with homeopathy. Studies and clinical realities have proven homeopathy’s efficacy and safety in the treatment of animals. Not only that, homeopathic remedies given to animals do not poison the food chain or cause further degradation of the health of animals. It is one of the reasons there is such a demand for homeopathy by many practical and knowledgable farmers.

The British Homeopathic Association states:

The benefits
A veterinary surgeon trained in homeopathy will know when it is most effective to use homeopathic medicine, conventional medicine or a combination of both. Homeopathy can be used equally well for minor conditions and for more chronic problems when prolonged treatment may be required.
Veterinary clinical outcomes survey
In October 2010 the Faculty of homeopathy’s data collection study in cats and dogs was published.
In the largest study of its type ever conducted, the clinical outcomes survey has identified a number of clinical conditions in cats and dogs that may be promising targets for future research in veterinary homeopathy.  Twenty-one homeopathic veterinary surgeons in the UK recorded data from their patients over a 12-month period and collected information from a total of 400 cats and 1500 dogs.
The most frequently treated feline conditions were dermatitis, renal failure, over-grooming, arthritis and hyperthyroidism.  The most commonly recorded canine conditions were dermatitis, arthritis, pyoderma (a bacterial infection of the skin), colitis and fear.  By owners’ assessments, a moderate or major improvement was reported overall for 63% of cats and for 68% of dogs1.

British Homeopathic Association

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2 Responses

  1. Is there anything I can do for my dog? It was infested by maggots in its anal region. Even after injections & medicines, I still find slight bleeding & pus.
    Should I try Hepar Sulph 200 or Silicea 200 or some other medicine?

  2. Hello- Best to find a Vet in your area and have an in person, or dog in person interview. There can be many homeopathic remedies for that condition and also a proper diagnosis for those symptoms would be indicated and essential- so see a licensed vetrinarian.

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