4Homeopathy highlights remedies for animals in social media campaign

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    [post_content] => 4Homeopathy has launched a series of films exploring how sick animals can benefit from homeopathic remedies.

The films, published on social media and part of the group's wider campaign to highlight the role homeopathy can play in caring for pets and farm animals, features owners talking about their successful use of remedies.

In the first one, pet owner Claudine describes how she consulted a homeopathic vet in Wetherby when her dog, Jackson, had a bad reaction to anti-inflammatory drugs which had been used to treat problems arising from a vaccination and lameness.

Following a lengthy consultation in which the practitioner took details of Jackson's reaction to conventional medicine, his behaviour and his background, the practitioner recommended a remedy plus change to Jackson's diet

"She really took into account every aspect of his life and his emotional and physical behaviour as well," says Claudine in the film. "Because he had had such an adverse reaction to anti-inflammatories, she decided to steer away from those and have a look at what he did in response to the remedy and dietary change."

Jackson responded "very, very well" and the effect transformed her pet's behaviour, she adds.

Others featured will include a gun dog trainer who regularly exhibits at Crufts and a racehorse yard owner.

Em Colley, who is coordinating the campaign for 4Homeopathy, said all of the interviewees had many experiences of homeopathy working in their lives and shared many more stories than were used in the campaign.

"What comes across is how down-to-earth and practical all of them are, sharing their experiences of having tried conventional treatment for their animals but, having no success, how they turned to homeopathy as a last resort," Em said. "All were all incredibly grateful to have found something that helped their animals."

4Homeopathy is a collaboration of ten homeopathic organisations and charities, including the Society of Homeopaths, who jointly promote the benefits of homeopathy. This latest campaign follows the decision by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons effectively to ban the use of homeopathy by vets. More films will be published in the coming weeks and there are also posters which can be downloaded to support the campaign at www.findahomeopath.org/shop   [post_title] => 4Homeopathy highlights remedies for animals in social media campaign [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => open [post_password] => [post_name] => 4homeopathy-highlights-remedies-for-animals-in-social-media-campaign [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2018-11-09 09:36:31 [post_modified_gmt] => 2018-11-09 08:36:31 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://homeopathy-soh.org/?p=15859 [menu_order] => 0 [post_type] => post [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw )

4Homeopathy has launched a series of films exploring how sick animals can benefit from homeopathic remedies.

The films, published on social media and part of the group’s wider campaign to highlight the role homeopathy can play in caring for pets and farm animals, features owners talking about their successful use of remedies.

In the first one, pet owner Claudine describes how she consulted a homeopathic vet in Wetherby when her dog, Jackson, had a bad reaction to anti-inflammatory drugs which had been used to treat problems arising from a vaccination and lameness.

Following a lengthy consultation in which the practitioner took details of Jackson’s reaction to conventional medicine, his behaviour and his background, the practitioner recommended a remedy plus change to Jackson’s diet

“She really took into account every aspect of his life and his emotional and physical behaviour as well,” says Claudine in the film. “Because he had had such an adverse reaction to anti-inflammatories, she decided to steer away from those and have a look at what he did in response to the remedy and dietary change.”

Jackson responded “very, very well” and the effect transformed her pet’s behaviour, she adds.

Others featured will include a gun dog trainer who regularly exhibits at Crufts and a racehorse yard owner.

Em Colley, who is coordinating the campaign for 4Homeopathy, said all of the interviewees had many experiences of homeopathy working in their lives and shared many more stories than were used in the campaign.

“What comes across is how down-to-earth and practical all of them are, sharing their experiences of having tried conventional treatment for their animals but, having no success, how they turned to homeopathy as a last resort,” Em said. “All were all incredibly grateful to have found something that helped their animals.”

4Homeopathy is a collaboration of ten homeopathic organisations and charities, including the Society of Homeopaths, who jointly promote the benefits of homeopathy.

This latest campaign follows the decision by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons effectively to ban the use of homeopathy by vets.

More films will be published in the coming weeks and there are also posters which can be downloaded to support the campaign at www.findahomeopath.org/shop

 

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