Always call your veterinary if any medical emergency occurs or in the slightest doubt as to your pet’s condition.
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Homeopathy for pets? Sound too crazy? Think again! Although there is skepticism about homeopathic remedies this video offers testimonials from people whom have used homeopathy and seen results from it. There are still a lot of non-believers out there but it can’t hurt to hear what the homeopathic vets have to say. If traditional medicine is failing your pet, it might not be a bad idea to give homeopathy a try.
Step 1: Homeopathic Remedies
Homeopathic remedies are available for everything from stomach upset to achy joints.
In Europe, homeopathy is a widely accepted form of medicine. In America, the medical community is a bit skeptical on the value of homeopathy.
Step 2: Homeopathy Explained
Homeopathy is about a two hundred year old system that was originally developed by Dr. Samuel Homomen who was a medical doctor. He founded that medicine could cause a similar set of symptoms as the patient, then the patient would get well.
Step 3: Homeopathic Medicine
Marianne and Daryl Finney are strong believers in homeopathic medicine. Their bulldog, Charlotte was diagnosed with cancer. They turned to veterinarian, Russell Swift, who changed her diet and prescribed homeopathic remedies.
What we were looking for was a way to make her just a little bit more comfortable. Fourteen months later, there was no cancer invasion in the head.
There’s a homeopathic for every condition. One of the most popular is Nux Vomica. It helps with nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. You should always consult a holistic veterinarian first. Let him prescribe a homeopathic for your pet.
Step 4: Studies
Most traditional pets do not believe in homeopathy. But studies have shown some remedies to be effective.
Veterinary Practice News issued this statement: “Despite skepticism about the plausibility of homeopathy, some randomized placebo controlled trials report unexpected effects of homeopathic medicines.”
If traditional medicine is failing your pet, it might not hurt to give homeopathy a try.