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Photizo Red Light Therapy

Photizo Red Light Therapy

See how Photizo Red Light Therapy has helped Molly, Prudence and Mr Binks by accelerating the natural healing of their body, reducing swelling and inflammation, stimulating their immune system and relieving their pain.

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Rose Power

Rose Power

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...

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Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day

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,...

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Basil’s Story

Basil’s Story

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...

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The Christmas Mouse

The Christmas Mouse

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...

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Lizzie’s Story

Lizzie’s Story

Lizzie was found in an overcrowded pound in Cyprus. She was very thin weighing just 8.5kg, half her current body weight, and was dirty and terrified. She had a horrific infected leg injury – probably caused by being tied up too tightly by a rope. She was on strong...

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