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Transformation was an understatement. To go from seriously thinking of having to make ‘that awful decision’ to getting my bouncy dog back in less than a week has no words for me.
There are a number of dedicated canine sports medicine and rehabilitation facilities in the UK. These practitioners are uniquely placed to improve the animal’s emotional, cognitive and physical well-being, and recovery speed, prevent re-injury, promote longevity and, in some cases, improve sports performance. Multiple factors are at play including age, nutrition, fitness, stress level, immune status and circulation.
Homeopathy at Wellie Level (HAWL) provides the only course in the UK for farmers and smallholders. It is taught by homeopathic vets and qualified homeopaths.
Farmers’ experiences of using homeopathy are reported as well in this blog.
SCENAR (an acronym standing for Self-Controlled Neuro-Adaptive Regulator) is advanced pain relief treatment technology. It is a bio-electrical medical device used by healthcare professionals to treat acute and chronic pain, sports injuries, arthritis, back pains, inflammations and a growing list of other conditions.
One of our volunteers recounts the tale of introducing two new bunnies to the family. How it led to a situation that was eased by the use of some homeopathic remedies.
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) announcement dated 24th March 2020 details changes being made as a result of the measures announced by the Prime Minister to curb the spread of Covid-19.
Korean Natural Farming (KNF) is a system based on generations of sustainable farming methods practiced in Japan, China, and Korea. It is gaining popularity largely because it is showing considerable benefits in the production of plants and livestock. The methods employed by the KNF system maintains a balance in nutrient input and output. This also has a very positive effect upon the environment. The fermented products are used both on the land and in animal feeds. Homeopathy Dairy Farm is using fermented foods.
If your dog has canine arthritis then you probably already know a lot about it and are now looking for ways to make your dog more comfortable and bring some joy back into their lives. A lot of owners will have tried physiotherapy, acupuncture and hydrotherapy, or their dogs are already taking the maximum dose of painkillers but they may still be finding daily activities uncomfortable to the point where owners are starting to question their quality of life. People often try canine massage as a last resort.
Healing Roses ~ as we highlighted in our Valentine's Day blog, roses can help and heal in lots of ways. As well as culinary uses, there are numerous applications for medical, emotional, and behavioural problems for you and your animals. Here we look at flower and...
The rose is red, the violet's blue, the honey's sweet, and so are you. The power of love - Poor St. Valentine Poor St. Valentine, martyred on 14th February AD 269, won’t have foreseen the world celebrating romance and love on his feast day centuries later. Of course,...
You might be waiting for the vet to arrive, or on the way to the vets. It may be a simple minor bump or bruise. Either way, a first aid kit of homeopathic remedies at home or in the yard could be invaluable in helping your animal.
Isobel’s beautiful artwork makes this blog a delight to look at as well.
A dramatic insight into canine behaviour and the discovery of integrated veterinary medicine It was my fault....... I’d left them alone when we'd always had a feeling that Basil, our rescue collie cross, was overly wary of our two year old son. Basil came flying...
A review of 2019 for CAM4Animals
The mouse had heard a few beasts flump down on the straw in his time, but this was the quietest, the weariest. The donkey’s long ears flopped either side of his face as he landed, framing enormous brown eyes that drooped with tiredness. He peered at the mouse. “Is...
Holly was in a lot of pain, unable to put her one rear leg to the ground. Life was miserable for her.
Then she found a vet who used acupuncture and herbs and recommended a local physiotherapist.
Now at age 12 Holly is again able to enjoy her weekly training sessions with her mates!