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Author: Christopher Day
ISBN: 0852072163
Language: English
Pages: 232 pages
Category: Agricultural Sciences
Publisher: C.W. Daniel; Revised & enlarged edition (January 25, 1998)
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This book is filled with a lot of valuable information for the treatment of small animals.

This book is filled with a lot of valuable information for the treatment of small animals. It also goes into detail of the basic principals used it determining which remedy to use along with information on which potency should be used. This book was written for veterinary professionals who want to learn more about veterinary homeopathy before seeking further professional education or certification, but it is also excellent for the pet owner, shelter worker, or breeder who wishes to learn how to apply homeopathic principles to the care of small animals.

It includes essential information on the principles and practice of homoeopathy, as well as practical guidance for owners . Be the first to ask a question about The Homoeopathic Treatment Of Small Animals. Lists with This Book.

It includes essential information on the principles and practice of homoeopathy, as well as practical guidance for owners, breeders and veterinary surgeons. There are sections on getting started with homoeopathic remedies, on homoeop This is a comprehensive guide to treating small pets such as dogs, cats, guinea pigs, rodents, reptiles and birds with homoeopathic remedies. It includes essential information on the principles and practice of homoeopathy, as well as practical guidance for owners, breeders and veterinary surgeons.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Homoeopathic Treatment of Small Animals . There are sections on getting started with homoeopathic remedies, on homoeopathic first aid and on treating specific diseases. The advice is illustrated by selected case studies.

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Christopher Day, first President of the International Association for Veterinary Homoeopathy, presents a survey of the principles and practice of the homoeopathic treatment of domestic animals

Christopher Day, first President of the International Association for Veterinary Homoeopathy, presents a survey of the principles and practice of the homoeopathic treatment of domestic animals.

Homeopathy uses animal, plant, mineral, and synthetic substances in its preparations, generally referring to. .

Homeopathy uses animal, plant, mineral, and synthetic substances in its preparations, generally referring to them using Latin or faux-Latin names. Examples include arsenicum album (arsenic oxide), natrum muriaticum (sodium chloride or table salt), Lachesis muta (the venom of the bushmaster snake), opium, and thyroidinum (thyroid hormone). Other minority practices include paper preparations, where the substance and dilution are written on pieces of paper and either pinned to the patients' clothing, put in their pockets, or placed under glasses of water that are then given to the patients, and the use of radionics to manufacture preparations.

Principles and Practice . Christopher E I Day. Paperback. This is a comprehensive guide to treating small pets such as dogs, cats, guinea pigs, rodents, reptiles and birds with homoeopathic remedies.

There is essential information about the principles and practice of homoeopathy, as.Many fascinating case studies show how homoeopathy can make an important contribution to the wellbeing of small animals.

There is essential information about the principles and practice of homoeopathy, as well as grounded guidance for owners, breeders and veterinary surgeons. Helpful advice is given on getting started with the remedies on homoeopathic first aid and on treating specific diseases. Author: Day Christopher.

Christopher Day, first President of the International Association for Veterinary Homoeopathy, presents a survey of the principles and practice of the homoeopathic treatment of domestic animals.

Book Description Publication Date: December 2, 2004 A comprehensive survey of the principles and practice of the homoeopathic treatment of.

Book Description Publication Date: December 2, 2004 A comprehensive survey of the principles and practice of the homoeopathic treatment of small animals for veterinary surgeons, animal breeders and owners. The two main aspects of Christopher Day’s book-the principles and practice-are clearly set out on page 20. In fact Chapters 1-7 are so well thought out, and written with such clarity and logic, that they are a lesson to us all, professional man or layman alike.

A comprehensive survey of the principles and practice of the homoeopathic treatment of small animals for veterinary surgeons, animal breeders and owners.
Comments (7)
BeatHoWin
If you want to learn what homeopathy truly is and it's history, this is a very informative book. I'm just disappointed that there is a rabbit on the cover and all of 4 pages that talk about rabbits. If you are looking for what to give, how much, how often and by what method, this is most definitely not the book for you. You'll probably get an idea of what could possibly help your pet but that's about it. If you live in the UK it's probably more helpful since the references business are there and not in the U.S., where I am.
Hatе&love
This book is filled with a lot of valuable information for the treatment of small animals. It also goes into detail of the basic principals used it determining which remedy to use along with information on which potency should be used. This is one of the best books I have found on Homeopathy period!

If your interested in learning about Homeopathy for your animals or for yourself this is the perfect book, since it teaches you the basics along with the principles for there use, along with researching the Repertory and Meteria Medica.
Welahza
I am in the process of trying some of the recommendations from Christopher Day; however, I think it best to obtain a customized analysis from the author himself. I liked the listing of symptoms and possible remedies such that if there are enough similar symptoms along with a listed remedy, a lay person could have success treating their animal at home. This all providing the case is not too complicated.
Shakataxe
I had to order a copy of this edition because my original copy is falling apart. If you can only have one book on homeopathy for pets this is the one to own! (The remedies are available from British homeopathic pharmacies.)
Clever
This book was written for veterinary professionals who want to learn more about veterinary homeopathy before seeking further professional education or certification, but it is also excellent for the pet owner, shelter worker, or breeder who wishes to learn how to apply homeopathic principles to the care of small animals.

Mr. Day, a British veterinary surgeon with conventional and homeopathic qualifications, writes with extraordinary clarity and detail, beginning with the origins of homeopathy, giving an extensive overview of homeopathic and conventional medical research and practice, and going on to discuss the application of homeopathy to a veterinary practice in considerable detail. He recommends reading and mastering all of the basic principles laid out in the introductory chapters before using the book as a reference work to guide the selection of homeopathic remedies in treating an animal.

Although it was not intended so, I found this book to be an excellent companion to Dr. Don Hamilton's book, "Homeopathic Care for Cats and Dogs". It fills in some of the gaps in the Hamilton book, while generally supporting Dr. Hamilton's presentation of the subject. It would make a good reference work for those who have been hesitant to use Dr. Hamilton's book because of his lack of formal certification in veterinary homeopathy.
Lonesome Orange Kid
This is a really good book to own, but it's best to have a better understanding of homeopathy by receiving formal training. There are many insightful remedies for pets.
Capella
It was most disappointed book I bought so far. I wanted information on small animals but it dian;t give me the information I wanted total rip off.
For many years this was my favorite book on veterinary homeopathy, and it's still near the very top of my list. Unlike a number of books on veterinary homeopathy that suggest remedies for specific conditions almost as if they were allopathic drugs, Dr. Day devotes quite a bit of space to case taking, the various methods used to finding the correct remedy, and case management. He even touches upon constitutional prescribing for chronic disease, but makes it clear that nobody can hope to successfully prescribe remedies for chronic conditions after reading only a few books. There is much emphasis on the need to keep reading and studying if one hopes to become successful at homeopathic prescribing.
Dr. Day's "symptoms of disease with some recommended remedies" chapter follows the basic layout of Kent's repertory for the various body systems and is very easy to use. There are further chapters on homeopathic first aid, treatment of specific disease (e.g., parvo, distemper, kennel cough), mental problems, special problems affecting the young and the old, prevention of disease, and the relationship of homeopathy to conventional medicine and diagnosis (includes section on vaccinosis and drugs capable of blocking homeopathic treatment). Dr. Day also includes some helpful case studies in which different levels of prescribing were used (e.g., constitutional treatment, treatment of underlying pathology, treatment at the presenting symptom level, etc.). This is followed up with a materia medica of key remedies, a glossary of homeopathic terms, and brief sections on miasm theory, nosodes, and nutrition. All in all, highly recommended for anyone with an interest in veterinary homeopathy.