Is Veterinary Homeopathy Going To Be A Success For Your Pet's Health

So does homeopathy work for your animal’s health? This is a question you may be wondering. There is scepticism around many therapies, whether that’s homeopathy, herbal medicine or other such as acupuncture and magnetic therapy and many others.

There can be the belief that there is no research proving its benefits. But that is not the case. As I mention on my research page here there are many reasons for there not being huge amounts of research, not least money! Conducting clinical research trials is often very expensive.

Are there guarantees with your pet's treatment?

A good question to ponder is whether there is a guaranteed result from any medicine or treatment for everyone? Even those which have been through extensive clinical trials don’t always have 100% success rates. Or they can have undesirable side effects, such as drowsiness, loss of appetite, or weight gain, etc. This isn’t always the case obviously. But the point is that there is no guarantee with any medicine. Whether that’s for our animals or ourselves.

Is veterinary homeopathy expensive?

There can also be the view that veterinary homeopathy is expensive. However, for anyone who’s been prescribed ‘conventional’ veterinary medicine for their pet recently is unlikely to have found it to be cheap! This obviously depends on where you are located, and what the problem is, prices will vary on lots of factors. The same is true for veterinary homeopathy medicine.

How can you be sure whether it’s worth considering veterinary homeopathy for your pet or other animal?

First of all speak to your veterinary surgeon for advice. Many veterinary surgeons’ do recommend homeopathic remedies for different ailments, even if they’re not specialist homeopaths. It depends on what is wrong with your animal. And using an integrative approach - so combining different methods for improving the health of your animal, can be really helpful.

There are many veterinary surgeon’s who have completed specialist homeopathy training. So you can ask for a second opinion if this is something you would like to explore.

The key point is to use homeopaths who are also trained and qualified professional veterinary surgeons’. Veterinary medicine is specialist so whatever is wrong with your animal, getting professional veterinary advice is essential, rather than relying on people who don’t have this. Despite being well meaning, your animal’s health is too important to chance with the advice of people who’re not properly trained veterinary surgeons.

And as I’ve mentioned above, if you would like to explore complementary medicine including homeopathy, and your veterinary surgeon is unclear or even unsupportive, then you can get a second opinion, including from specialist veterinarians.

What can veterinary homeopathy help your animal with?

Basically, everything is a possibility! As I mention above, using in combination with other treatments maybe useful. But it can be considered for many ailments. Speak to your veterinarian to discuss.

All animals can possibly benefit too. Whether it's your pet, livestock or a wild animal, veterinary homeopathy maybe of benefit.

Find more links to veterinary research online here

Finally….Please remember that if your horse, dog or other animal is unwell. Or on any kind of medication or other supplement. Then always speak to your Veterinary Surgeon first before using any supplement or therapy. Even natural ones. To avoid any possible issues.

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Suzanne Harris is an equestrian and canine entrepreneurial coach and consultant to veterinarians who want to help prevent animals being affected by domestic abuse.