Resources on Homeopathy

Recommended Links:

American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association

Pitcairn Education Programs

National Center for Homeopathy

National Vaccine Information Center

The Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy

American Veterinary Chiropractic Association

Recommended Reading:

Homeopathy: Beyond Flat Earth Medicine (2 books)

by Timothy Dooley (Author)
People today are rediscovering homeopathy, yet few understand this individualized approach to health and disease.

Homeopathic Care for Cats and Dogs, Revised Edition: Small Doses for Small Animals

Most people understand homeopathy as a treatment for people, but as this book shows, our four-legged friends can benefit from it as well. 

Dr. Pitcairn’s Complete Guide To Natural Health For Dogs and Cats

Over 500,000 copies of Dr. Pitcairn’s Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs & Cats have been sold since its original publication 34 years ago and now in its fourth edition. Veterinarian Richard H. Pitcairn and his wife Susan Hubble Pitcairn, share with pet parents how to provide the very best in companionship and lifelong care.

Homeopathy for Insulin Resistance and Laminitis By Dr. Robin Cannizzarro, DVM

You can read the entire article here. Enjoy!

Acute diseases are characterized by sudden onset of symptoms that are uncharacteristic for the individual, causing a sudden change in mood, reactions to stimuli, or physical characteristics.

Dr. Robin Cannizzaro–holistic veterinarian

Listen at Talking Animals with Duncan Strauss.

Dr. Robin Cannizzaro–a St. Petersburg-based holistic veterinarian–discusses her training and earliest experiences as a veterinarian, the factors involved in her career shift nearly 15 years ago from the more conventional realm of veterinary medicine to a holistic practice (offering classical homeopathic medicine, acupuncture, and Chinese herbal medicine, nutritional consultation, etc.), and responds to numerous listener phone calls and e-mails about ailments &/or remedies for their animals.

“FeLV – it’s NOT a death sentence”

An excellent article published by Animal Wellness Magazine that gives you insights into Feline leukemia. You can read the article here.  “If your kitty is diagnosed with feline leukemia (FeLV), you shouldn’t assume that it automatically points to a death sentence.”

“Holistic treatment is the best bet… There is no cure or effective treatment for feline leukemia. Conventionally, Interferon and a few other medications have been studied, but with inconclusive and mixed results.6 Consequently, treatment is usually ongoing and directed at the infection or disease of the moment, rather than the virus itself.”