An experienced vet nurse and dog behaviourist questions who has governance over dog trainers and hails the arrival of the UK Dog Behaviour & Training Charter
A review of 2019 for CAM4Animals
November 2019 – CAM4animals formed out of a need to safeguard and support the use of CAM within veterinary medicine and it too has grown in strength over the last two years. We have helped ignite an interest in what CAM has to offer not only to people whose animals may not do well under conventional treatment, but also to those looking for a wider range of options in addition to drugs or surgery. In effect, CAM is beginning to be seen as a normal and valuable part of integrated veterinary care.
In celebration of dogs everywhere, here is a gallery of a tiny handful of our supporters’ canines. They have all been helped by Complementary and Alternative Medicine – some of it life-saving (look out for the interloper
Dr Conor Brady’s article from Dogs First about CAM4Animals. He speaks passionately about the importance of allowing alternative treatments as part of integrative veterinary care.
Article from Honey's newsletter Autumn 2019 ‘A great many things keep happening,’ remarked the sixth-century Bishop of Tours in the introduction to his History of the World, ‘some of them good, some of them bad.’ He could have been describing the state of British...
These are interesting times on Facebook and Twitter. Those of us running our social media profiles watch as our supporters push back against some pretty vitriolic views of a small group of known homeopathy denialists including some vets resistant to considering other...
It is significant that the 2012 draft report, The Effectiveness of Homeopathy: an overview review of secondary evidence, concluded that there is “encouraging evidence for the effectiveness of homeopathy” in five medical conditions.
Its existence was only established through freedom of information requests.
The British Association of Homeopathic Veterinary Surgeons, BAHVS, 2019 Annual Conference was an inspiring conference held in the stimulating setting of Stirling University and huge thanks must go to vet Dr Wendy McGrandles for organising and chairing it. It was...