Pre Read: Bach Flower Remedies for Animals by Helen Graham & Gregory Vlamis
Bach Flower Remedies for Animals by Helen Graham & Gregory Vlamis
of family pets, often otherwise physically fit and healthy, are put to
death every year to give human companions peace and rest from their
incontinence, unruliness, excessive noisiness, aggression,
possessiveness, destructiveness, or other inconveniences. A behavior
problem often becomes a 'terminal disease'. Indeed euthanasia for
behavior problems is the main cause of death in young animals, and many
people regard it as a treatment. The high cost of veterinary attention
also results in animals being discarded or neglected by their owners.
The consequent price of animal suffering, and the cost of human regrets
and the need for welfare services, are incalculable. They are also
the behavior problems often save the animal's life as effectively as
surgery or other medical procedures, and greatly reduces the suffering
of all concerned. It does not require expensive behavior therapy or
extensive behavior modification on part of the owner. It can be brought
about in many cases quite simply and inexpensive through the use of
flower remedies. This book offers descriptions of each of the 38 Bach
Flower Remedies, and their application to the treatment of a range of
domestic animals, including horses and farm, wild and zoo animals. It
also describes diagnostic symptoms, animal by animal, together with
appropriate treatment regiments, illustrated with case material obtained
from veterinarians, animal behavior specialists, and health
The Healthy Pet Manual: A Guide to the Prevention and Treatment of Cancer by Deborah Straw
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Pre-Read: Bach Flower Remedies to the Rescue by Gregory Vlamis
Bach Flower Remedies to the Rescue: Gregory Vlamis is a researcher and author. He has been researching the life and work of Dr. Edward Bach since the early 1970s, and divides his time between the USA and Greece. This book discusses the many uses of the Rescue Remedy in reducing stress, anxiety, fear, emotional upset, and trauma.
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The Treatment of Horses by Homoeopathy by George Macleod, MRCVS, DVSM, Vet FF Hom
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