An A-to-Z reference for using homeopathy to treat animals.
The gentle and effective qualities that have made homeopathy such a popular remedy for humans make it the perfect treatment method for animals as well. This reader-friendly guide is an A-to-Z reference for treating almost any emergency that may befall our beloved animal companions. Practical clinical instruction in homeopathy and first aid is included for each condition, from broken bones to diarrhea, from poisoning to fleas. Special sections discuss caring for orphaned young animals and understanding how homeopathic medicines work. It makes the perfect guide for those who want to give animals the non-threatening, natural care they need.
Homeopathy for Animals applies to many different animal species, including pets, horses, barnyard animals, even birds and reptiles.
Real-life anecdotes from the author's 20 years of veterinary experience treating household pets and farm and wild animals make Homeopathy for Animals as entertaining as it is useful.
|Publisher:||Inner Traditions/Bear & Company|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Kaetheryn Walker teaches workshops in homeopathy and animal care and provides homeopathic consultations for pets and wild animals throughout the United States and Canada. She lives on the Maine coast.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: How to Give Remedies to Animals
Chapter 2: Accident Prevention
Chapter 3: Abscesses
Chapter 4: Accidents and Trauma
Chapter 5: Back Injuries and Slipped Disks
Chapter 6: The Birthing Process
Chapter 7: Bites for Animals
Chapter 8: Bleeding
Chapter 9: Bone Injuries
Chapter 10: Bruises
Chapter 11: Burns and Scalds
Chapter 12: Car Sickness and Motion Sickness
Chapter 13: Colic
Chapter 14: Collapse
Chapter 15: Cuts and Skin Abrasions
Chapter 16: Cystitis (Urinary Tract Problems)
Chapter 17: Diarrhea
Chapter 18: Ear Conditions
Chapter 19: Electrocution
Chapter 20: Eye Conditions
Chapter 21: Fear, Fright Panic, and Hysteria
Chapter 22: Fever
Chapter 23: Fleas
Chapter 24: Hives
Chapter 25: Insect Bites and Stings
Chapter 26: Mastitis (Inflammation of the Teats)
Chapter 27: Orphaned Kittens and Puppies
Chapter 28: Pain
Chapter 29: Poisoning
Chapter 30: Punctures
Chapter 31: Seizures or Fits
Chapter 32: Shock
Chapter 33: Sprains and Strains
Chapter 34: Sunburn and Heatstroke
Chapter 35: Surgery
Chapter 36: Teeth Injuries
Chapter 37: Vomiting
What People are Saying About This
"The cases in this book show homeopathy in action on a level everyone can relate to, and the demonstration of how what is observed is turned into the means of remedy selection is particularly useful. This is a book that will certainly find a place in the market."