Ipec– For dogs and cats vomiting.
Hepar sulph – nfection with pus
Belladonna – fevers after midnight
Phosphorus – </b>after surgery when animal reacts to anesthesia
Kali Bi – ropy mucus
Arnica – when getting spayed to prevent bruising.
Bellis – a few days after being spayed (made from daisy) it’s good for pelvic organs, mechanical injuries and surgery.
Aconite – fead, fever, fast, frantic (4 F’s)
Silica – slow healing cuts. Foxtails.
Batisma or Pyrogen – abscesses.
Tarantella – for anti-hemorrhaging.
BEST BOOK – The Homeopathic Treatment of Small Animals: Principle and Practice by Christopher Day.
Linda A. Mower, D. Hom Classical Homeopathic Educator, Writer and Consultant
Linda is the Northern California Region Coordinator for the School of Homeopathy and a guest instructor at the Caduceus Institute of Classical Homeopathy. Linda is a highly entertaining speaker, her classes, lectures and workshops are always popular. Since 1995, she has been teaching on Homeopathy. In June 1998, she was featured in the Guide to Santa Cruz. She is a National Advisory Board member to Dr. Linda Rector Page, a volunteer at Redwings Horse Sanctuary, consultant to Pajaro Valley Veterinary Hospital and also to Kathy Kern of Animal Fitness Center. Her monthly colomn, Pets and Homeopathy, is featured in The Petopian magazine with a circulation of over 300,000. Her articles are also published in Homeopathy Today, the national magazine of National Center for Homeopathy. Linda received her Homeopathic Certificate from Pacific Academy of Homeopathic Medicine, and the D. Hom from the Bloom Institute of Integrated Studies, also attending the School of Homeopathy and Institute of Classical Homeopathy. This column is intended solely for information and educational purposes, not as medical advise or to medicinally prescribe or diagnose in any way. Please consult a Veterinarian if you have questions about your pet.