It’s nearly Christmas and winter has arrived with a vengeance after a very long, mild and pretty wet season. Many of us are experiencing minus temperatures, snow, ice and cold winds. So, we thought we’d pull together some information and share some of our Supporters Top Tips for winter!!
Vet Dr Susan Andresier talks about the many ways in which a dog suffering life changing injuries or illness can be supported and have a good quality of life as a result of holistic veterinary care.
Signs of an animal being in pain are varied and not always as obvious as a dog whining and holding a paw up or a hot sweaty horse kicking at their flanks. We asked Julie Anne Lee of Adored Beast Apothecary to explain what to be aware of in detecting pain and what to do about it. This blog first appeared on the Adored Beast Apothecary website and we reproduce it here with thanks.
One of our long-time supporters Val Brown writes about the joys of having a rescue dog and making up for the years of abuse she had suffered as well as learning first hand about the benefits of holistic veterinary care alongside her inspirational dog Annie.
Di Slaney went from having four hens in the garden to setting up a Charitable Trust providing a sanctuary for 170 farm animals with disabilities and special needs! We spoke to her about her work, especially with the elderly animals on the farm, and about her relationship with her vets and CAM practitioners.
Sheba is a black and white rescue cat who lived in Turkey for much of her life. She suffered a spinal injury later in life and has recently benefitted from chiropractic care and homeopathy. We asked her McTimoney Animal Practitioner to tell us about her progress.
Sheba is a black and white short-haired cat rescued when she was a kitten in Turkey. Her owner tells her heart-warming story here.
Julie Anne Lee gathered together some of the world’s best holistic vets, practitioners and healers to discuss solutions to the stress experienced by our animals and ourselves during the 2020 lockdown – find out more, watch the videos and read The Science of Nature magazine here.
Cavapoo puppy Ralph suffered from colitis and an upset tummy until his mum found a different diet and complementary and alternative medicine for him. This short blog speaks of his first five years.