Homeopathy is kind, gentle, non toxic
and non addictive and can reform a dog's
behaviour far quicker than training
I have been using Canine Natural
Cures for around 9 years and always
seek the guidance of Francis Gavin,
leading homeopathic behaviourist a
co member of The Federation of Dog
Trainers and Canine Behaviourists
of which I am a member.
I have found that by combing homeopathy
and training together dog owners get
amazing solutions to what seemed impossible
behavioural problems. In the case
of chronic conditions one can expect
to see an improvement in your dogs
condition within 3 weeks although
it can be far quicker for many dogs
and just occasionally takes a little
Many remedies are available, below
I list problems that can be dealt
and easily frightened dogs that are
shy and withdrawn.
Dogs that suffered fright of some
type or had a bad experience or ill
treatment from former owners.
Specifically for fear of men and for
dogs that backs of make judges or
badly treated by a man in the past.
Aggression towards other dogs is a
nuance to say the least.
Many dogs are aggressive towards other
dogs simply through fear.
For dominant dogs that fight and want
to be a top dog. Also very useful
for dogs that try to dominate owners
that growl and grumble.
Dogs that are people aggressive, also
for dogs that may snap at the family.
When males are excited by a bitch
in season nearby, he may loose weight
Over sexed dogs who square up to other
males are a nuisance.
Males dogs to help improve fertility.
Reluctant stud dogs to improve their
Put an end to oversexed and embarrassing
behaviour, mounting of childrens legs,
cushions or blankets.
Helps bring down a missing testicle!
This is a two month course. Best results
come form giving it to dogs under
12 months old.
Hormonal inbalance at any time between
seasons can make a bitch depressed
or moody so that she does not show
or work well. Some bitches become
irritable and nervous.
Prevent a phantom pregnancy! No loss
of condition before a show, no milk,
no saggy undercarriage and no nesting.
Nine week course begins during the
bitches first season.
Poor traveller helps with dribbling,
sickness, restlessness, whining and
even soiling themselves. Two week
course has proved to be a permanent
cure for many dogs.
Calm over excitable dogs. Make your
hyperactive dog more manageable.
Help to reduce the terror of noise
sensitive dogs. Some dogs shake, tremble
and try to hide at the sound of fireworks,
thunder and gunfire.
Poor feeders with a finicky appetite,
not interested in food.
No bark designed for dogs that get
stressed when left home alone and
bark or howl continuously.
No chew for dogs that destroy your
home through chewing or scratching.
This is normally caused by stress.
Help stiff lame dogs and maintain
mobility in arthritic joints.
Itchy and inflamed skin, a combination
of Sulphur and Nat.Mur
Allergic to grass, grass pollens,
dust mites and most allergic problems.
Also for flea allergies
If your dog has a pink nose it can
help to restore to black.
There are a few homeopathic remedies
that can be of use to help dogs through
the firework season.
Aconite: To help the
dog cope with a sudden fright, and
especially for the dog that starts
that high pitched excited barking
and does not quite know what to do
with itself. This is the one that
seems to work best. I would suggest
one a day for a few days before you
expect fireworks to start, but it
can also be used on the spot for the
dog that is cracking up - one every
15 minutes for up to one and a half
hours. Aconite is a short-lived remedy
so can be given at frequent intervals.
Gelsemium: For that real trembling
nervousness. Can be given one tablet
an hour for up to ten doses.
Kali Phos: Quite useful if you can
anticipate when loud noises are likely
to happen. Could be given at a dose
of one tablet three times a day for
the few days leading up to when you
expect fireworks to be around (ie
from 29 - 31 December or 2 - 6 July
Can be used singly or in combination.
Doses given are for the 6C potency.
My usual legal addition: I am not
a vet but people have told me that
these worked for their dogs. Remember
that how you react can seriously influence
your dog. If you act cool, calm and
confident whilst fireworks are going
off your dog is more likely to cope.
If you act all "Oh don't worry,
Mummy's here!" your dog will
reckon there is really something to
worry about going on!
of the above will require a change
in some of your pets routine, further
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