Is homeopathy effective for pets?
Many people now take their pets to holistic veterinary specialists to seek advice in treating a variety of illnesses and disorders, including chronic conditions like digestive issues, skin irritations, arthritis, and respiratory problems. Homeopathic medicine can also be used to treat acute conditions such as diarrhoea, bites, and stings. Homeopathy is an effective alternative or accompaniment to many conventional medicines and is often used as a last resort for treating chronic and recurring conditions as well.
Key benefits of homeopathy for pets
Cooperation with the body’s natural immune system
Effective for both the prevention and treatment of conditions
Treatment of a wide variety of conditions
No side effects compared to conventional medicine
What we treat?
We treat common health problems in pets in Singapore. This includes, Infectious Diseases, Dog Flu, Ear Infection, Skin Allergy, Bladder Infection, Arthritis, Diarrhoea, Dental Diseases, Benign Tumors, Parasites, Bronchitis, Asthma, Obesity, Lung Disease. Kidney Disease, Diabetes.
Arthritis is an inflammation of the joints and is a common problem for many dogs and cats, causing pain, discomfort and stiffness. In dogs with arthritis, cartilage within a joint (hip, elbow etc.) changes or becomes damaged, making it less smooth and causing the bones in the joint to rub together.
Urinary tract infections (UTI) are a painful and potentially dangerous condition in dogs and cats. Bloody urine, difficulty urinating, and licking of the area are all signs your dog might have a UTI. Some symptoms of UTIs may, in fact, indicate something worse, like bladder cancer or kidney disease.
Skin allergies are also referred to as allergic dermatitis, and they are the most common types of allergies in dogs and cats. Your pup or kitten may be allergic to any number of irritants that are causing him or her to itch, scratch, and become generally uncomfortable.
Asthma in dog or cat is typically caused by an allergic reaction that affects the airways. The bronchi, which are small air passages in the lungs, become inflamed and start to fill with mucus. They contract and spasm, making it hard for your dog or cat to breathe.
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