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Are pansies poisonous to dogs


Are pansies poisonous to dogs? Can they really be used to "heal" broken bones? If so, is there anything that can be done about it?

Please, I want to know for my little Jack Russell. He doesn't really like the idea of the pansies. Can they be used for any other purpose if I was ever to find a good opportunity to use them?

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NO, they are not poisonous to dogs.

I found this on the internet, but I can't find it any place else.

http://petmd.com/an...

When I was growing up and then with my Mom and Dad. I spent lots of time around the family garden. My mom has since been diagnosed with cancer. My Dad and his dad (now deceased) were both great gardeners, my Dad also. When I grew up I went into the medical field and then back to be a registered nurse. In my Dad's home I can still remember him telling me, "don't be afrd to use anything to save a life and to learn from it." I am going to use what I know.

I am not a doctor, but I have been practicing homeopathy (I can't find the homeopathic site I found the information at, but here is the homeopathic site. ) for a while now, although I am still learning, and I have used my homeopathic knowledge to help other pets in my family. What is interesting is that when I found my information for homeopathy the internet seemed so vast and I did not know where to begin. It was like I was a child in a candy shop with the information. I know that I can't be the only one who has thought about the pet, not the owner but the pet.

One thing I wanted to say was that we used to have cats and dogs and there were times I would go to the vet and I would look through her records and I found she was using homeopathy. We would also be paying bills to the vet and the homeopathic vet would be $50.00 or $60.00 for a visit and a shot.

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Report This| Share this:Homeopathy is for PetsMy Dad and his dad (now deceased) were both great gardeners, my Dad also. When I grew up I went into the medical field and then back to be a registered nurse. In my Dad's home I can still remember him telling me, "don't be afrd to use anything to save a life and to learn from it." I am going to use what I know.

I am not a doctor, but I have been practicing homeopathy (I can't find the homeopathic site I found the information at, but here is the homeopathic site. ) for a while now, although I am still learning, and I have used my homeopathic knowledge to help other pets in my family. What is the difference in homeopathic medicine and the normal way medicine is given to a pet? One example I saw at the homeopathic website was a dog on the homeopathic site with an infection, the dog was injected with a homeopathic remedy and the pet was treated. Are you correct in saying that normal medicine, when given to a dog, would be the regular injection or maybe even oral to be given?

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Report This| Share this:Homeopathy is for PetsI am not a doctor, but I have been practicing homeopathy (I can't find the homeopathic site I found the information at, but here is the homeopathic site. ) for a while now, although I am still learning, and I have used my homeopathic knowledge to help other pets in my family. What is the difference in homeopathic medicine and the normal way medicine is given to a pet? One example I saw at the homeopathic website was a dog on the homeopathic site with an infection, the dog was injected with a homeopathic remedy and the pet was treated. Are you correct in saying that normal medicine, when given to a dog, would be the regular injection or maybe even oral to be given?

Thanks, that's a great explanation. I also want to clarify homeopathy in the sense of a treatment method rather than the alternative medicine. What I meant by homeopathic, is that the pet gets a very diluted dose of the correct remedy for the pet's symptoms.

Thanks, that's a great explanation. I also want to clarify homeopathy in the sense of a treatment method rather than the alternative medicine. What I meant by homeopathic, is that the pet gets a very diluted dose of the correct remedy for the pet's symptoms.

Hi, I am looking for a veterinarian who will prescribe homeopathic treatment for my pet, she has two chronic problems: an oral ulcer and an allergy to penicillin. Which vet should I talk to about this? I'd like to try homeopathic remedies first, before a normal treatment is prescribed.

Are these really homeopathic remedies, as I have seen many on-line that are called homeopathic and some on-line that are not. I'm looking for someone that can be trusted to make the right decision. I'm in Virginia and I'm assuming you are too. Thanks for the response.

I agree that it is very important that the veterinarian prescribes a homeopathic remedy to treat your pet, because the goal of homeopathic treatment is to treat the whole animal, not just the symptoms. If you have not already seen a homeopathic veterinarian, you can contact the American College of Homeopathy in San Diego, CA, which is one of the largest and oldest homeopathic medical associations in the world. http://www.homeopathy.org/.

Thank you so much for your response. I actually have a homeopath right in town. I will give him a call. Your website is very informative. Thank you agn!

I'd bet you find a vet willing to prescribe. Not all homeopathy is the same. Different brands contn different strengths. Not all homeopathy is the same, and not all veterinarians know the difference between the various "brands" of homeopathy. I personally use my own brand, as do some other homeopaths, so I know it's effective. We all use our own brand, and that's as safe as it gets.

I have used both homeopathy and conventional treatments, depending on what the animal had.

There are many, many more homeopathic remedies out there. In some, there is no evidence behind their effectiveness. I do know, however, that my own brand works.


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