I have seen it all……
Homeopathy can also be used by all animals with health complaints.
Just like with humans their symptoms will be the guideline for accurate remedy choice and the workings of Homeopathy are the same regardless of species.
I have quite some experience in using Homeopathy with animals as there has never been a time in my life where I did not have at least 1 animal sharing my home, which mostly resembled more like a Zoo at times.
We were dairy farmers for 25 years and used homeopathy extensively with our milking herd of 200 cows in a range of issues from Mastitis to Milk fever and fertility issues to birthing problems. One of our kids was a SPCA volunteer and we have dealt with lots of rescue animals as well as our own planned and wanted, much loved pets. I have helped Rats with respiratory issues, cats with abscesses due to bites and dogs with fears even a chicken with an eye problem and more….No animal too big, small or unusual for me. I love them all.
Since I started learning about Homeopathy probably 30 years ago, Homeopathic remedies have always been my first call when treating my animals and we have saved ourselves so many visits to the vets, costly medicines and toxic materials to use, because of using Homeopathy. I strongly believe that we need to do the best by our animal friends and that may include having to take them to the vet. But Homeopathy can be used first in many cases and can also be used along side conventional medicines and treatments to compliment their actions.
I do take animal consultations mainly for international (outside of New Zealand) clients.
Because in New Zealand we are fortunate to have Homeopaths specialised in Animal Homeopathy; I advise those living in New Zealand to seek the help of one of these professionals.
You may find a list of Animal Homeopaths by clicking the following link Qualified and Registered Animal Homeopaths
Homeopathy for lifestyle blockers/ Small farmers
I offer a regular 90 min webinar for those who are looking at beginning to use Homeopathy with Animals on their property.
Read HERE about the next course on offer.
Some stories and feedback received
Read the story of Pipi and her difficult delivery.