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December 13, 2011
December 30, 2011
Yes it is!
And while I'm typing: I am looking for a homeopathic vet or a layperson who has lots of experience with dogs who have been over-vaccinated, have rabies miasm, hypothyroidism diagnosed 8 weeks ago and taking Armour natural thyroid pills, who has time to carefully take a pet case and enough time to work with me. Also, the 5 year-old dog with hypothyroidism got me in trouble last weekend with barking when he bothered the neighbors. Does homeopathy have a remedy to help me stop the barking? I am looking for a practitioner who uses the ADVANCED METHODS as taught in the 5th and 6th Organon and uses single remedy medicinal doses as I have been taught is the way to dose.
It seems difficult to find someone who can take the case and follow through and actually work with my local vet if necessary. I hope to find someone soon.
And with that, I need HELP! Please contact me with anyone you recommend!
December 4, 2011
You might try contacting the academy of veterinary homeopathy : http://www.theavh.org/
December 13, 2011
December 30, 2011
Thanks Dr. Alan for the link that helps such problems. hope Victoria can go easy now. - See more at: http://forum.hpathy.com/forum/.....spPostForm
Yes, thanks Alan. I found the vet that I engaged two months ago at the avh.org site, but I cannot get him past the case taking and the first dose as far as communications are concerned. I have no doubt he is an expert at both veterinary medicine and homeopathy. If the remedy produced clear aggravations, it means it's time to reassess the remedy, correct? I sent 2 messages asking for an update appointment and how he wants me to prepare the report for him. No response. It seems like he took my money, told me to give her 30C dry dose and disappeared.
During the casetaking he seemed very certain about the remedy and told me the dog has the rabies miasm and explained that the lunging is part of the rabies miasm. The dose made her worse, but the result may lead to the proper remedy. Right? I keep her on a very short leash when walking her.
Both dogs were tested for hypothyroidism. I spent a lot of money for the testing, I paid him $230 for casetaking with the dog I "thought" had the hypothyroidism. But it was the other dog who was diagnosed! It's clear at this point that I made a mistake in deciding to work with him. Also, the dog that tested positive for hypothyroidism has no homeopath and he needs one. I had the lab send the vet/homeopath the results so he could take his case too. No response. At this point it's best that he didn't respond because he doesn't have time for another case when he can't manage the one he has.
i absolutely have to find someone else for both of these dogs, and allopathy is not the answer. While I do have a good local vet for them, she is not a homeopath, and that is the treatment I'm seeking. I was not expecting this outcome from a man who has such great looking credentials and education as both a homeopath and vet.
For now, I'll keep looking at the avh.org site. I know which ones I contacted before due to the links being highlighted! I'll try again.
Meanwhile, please keep us in mind if you run across anyone who works with pets and has experience managing hypothyroid dogs and another with an extreme case of vaccinosis.
Thanks for your help Alan and drofart. I appreciate it.
July 5, 2012
It is very poor form for a practitioner to become unavailable for feedback and follow ups. No excuse for that short of some kind of personal emergency.
Aggravation should be followed by improvement, but reassessment is always necessary after any round of treatment. Is she still worse after the remedy?
There is no 'rabies miasm' in homoeopathy. I do not know where he got the idea that it is a miasm. Lunging is not part of any miasm either. Lunging is fairly normal behaviour for dogs, the reason they are lunging is probably far more important. I am not convinced he knows what he is talking about. Did he give her Lyssin by any chance?
If you want to post the cases we might be able to make a suggestion for remedies in the meantime, at least until you find a vet-homoeopath you can work with.
December 13, 2011
November 3, 2013
Victoria, it seems some of these so-called homepathic or holistic vets are that in name only. We are seeking true alternatives, but those phonies know just enough to seem different from the allopathic vets, but as in your case ( and mine), no follow through. Thank goodness for this site and others like it.
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