The New Holistic Way for Dogs & Cats: The Stress-Health Connection
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Homeopathy

Homeopathy uses a number of elements in its therapy. In its simplest form, the choice of therapy is based on the principle of choosing a remedy based on the Law of Similars or “like symptoms cures like symptoms.” The German physician, Dr. Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843) was the founder of homeopathy.

In Hahnemann’s time, a remedy was given to a person and all the feelings, physical and emotional, were recorded and compiled into a materia medica from which classical (use of single remedy at a time) homeopathic practitioners chose the closest matching remedy.

In our clinic, we use a number of different remedies in a wide range of dilutions. The lowest dilutions have the gentlest effects and contain some of the actual remedy in a diluted form. The higher dilutions do not have any physical substance but retain the energetic frequency of the remedy. These dilutions work very deeply and have a very strong healing effect.

Remedies are taken from the plant, animal and mineral kingdom as well as organs (organotherapy), organisms (isopathic therapy) and allopathic dilution of drugs. We may choose your therapies for your pets as a single remedy, complex multiple remedies or a drainage remedy to stimulate removal of toxins from the organs of elimination.

Not only may we choose a remedy based on the Law of Similars but you may receive a therapy based on the temperament of your pet, the constitution of your pet or on the way your pet reacts when he or she becomes ill.