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Homeopathy for Pets

Just like homeopathic practitioners for humans, veterinary homeopaths use specialized, nature-based practices to address the symptoms of health problems. The big difference, of course, is that veterinary homeopaths treat a wide variety of animal species. A specific treatment plan is created for each individual animal, whether the case is chronic or acute. And there are many benefits – it’s more cost effective than traditional veterinary care, it’s harmless to the environment, and it places a strong emphasis on the effectiveness of the treatment. Another benefit is that treatment with homeopathy can occur through long-distance communication.  I’ve treated animals all over the country and even horses as far away as Canada!   Homeopathy is especially great for treating farm animals and livestock, since there are no chemical...

Tick season is here. What do I do?

"Ticks are everywhere! What can we do?" I hear this on a daily basis in the office, as everyone seems to be pulling them from dogs, cats, kids and themselves. After a winter that was relatively mild here in the Northeast, the tick population is exploding and they are coming at us from every angle. Here are some relatively easy to implement solutions to help keep you and your yard as tick-free as possible. At home: 1.  Keep your grass mowed. Ticks love long blades of grass, that bring them across a lawn quickly and comfortably! Trim weeds around the edges and keep the area clean. Messy piles of leaves or debris attract rodents, who in turn bring ticks with them. 2.  Create a barrier between you, the place you...

My food does not need a passport…

Have you ever wondered where your food comes from? Maybe I am different or just plain curious, but it is a thought I always have as I walk the aisles of my supermarket. Where does all of this come from? How many miles away were some of these items produced and shipped from? Nothing makes me happier than knowing where and who grew my food. This year, we grew pumkins, green beans and lots of tomatoes in the garden. We had some fennel, lots of herbs like basil and cilantro and we even experimented with melons...