Everyday Homeopathy for Animals
Hunter, Francis

Everyday Homeopathy for Animals

Printed in UK, paperback, 479 pages

Size150 x 210mm
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Everyday Homeopathy for Animals is written for people who want to use homeopathic medicine as fully as possible in the care of their animal or animals.

Veterinary attention will almost certainly be necessary at times, and the author is careful to indicate the circumstances where professional advice should be sought. With this safeguard in place, there is much that an owner can achieve with homeopathy to maintain and enhance the health of an animal. It is frequently possible to bring relief and to cure using homeopathic remedies alone; it is also beneficial for the animal to be treated homeopathically in conjunction with any conventional treatment that the vet may prescribe.

The main section of the book provides detailed guidance on how to select the appropriate remedy across a wide range of illnesses and conditions that are common to most animals. This is followed by shorter sections dealing with the problems that arise in particular species. There are various practical appendixes, including a materia medica summarising the therapeutic characteristics of all the remedies mentioned in the book, information on how to find a homeopathic vet, where to source homeopathic remedies and a detailed index.

Homeopathy for Animals

Accidents, Emergencies and First Aid
General Conditions
Horses, Ponies and Donkeys
Birds and Poultry
Guinea Pigs
Rats and Mice
Tortoises and Terrapins (Chelonians)
Primary Materia Medica
Secondary Materia Medica
The Medicine Chest
The First Aid Box
Finding a Homeopathic Vet
Suppliers of Homeopathic Remedies
Further Reading
General Index
Remedy Index


Francis Hunter

About the Author
Francis Hunter qualified as a veterinary surgeon in 1953, and after National Service with the Royal Army Veterinary Corps joined a mainly farm animal practice in Norwich. In 1960 he took over a single-handed mixed practice in West Sussex, which has since grown to a large practice in which he was the senior partner until his recent retirement. He was introduced to homeopathy by a medical colleague in 1980 and went on to gain the VetMFHom qualification from the Faculty of Homeopathy. He was elected to Fellowship in 1999, and now runs a referral service treating animals with homeopathy, acupuncture and herbal medicine.