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The Difference Between Holistic Vets and Allopathic Vets
One point I’d like to mention about allopathic vets versus holistic vets – homeopathy veterinarians go to the same schools as allopathic vets. After graduating from one of several veterinarian schools, a vet with a will to learn a better way to help our animals, will often sign up to a holistic veterinarians school to receive additional years of schooling and become a skillful homeopath, herbalist, acupuncturist, chiropractor and animal nutritionist. holistic vets are more educated then allopathic vets.
Homeopathy briefly explained
Samuel Hahnemann in the late eighteenth century gave us formalized homeopathy. The principle of treatment is that medicines which create similar symptoms, which are also produced by the disease, are treated by that medicine. This principle has been recorded since classical Greek times. This principle is called “like cures like”. Hahnemann carried on his work and investigations tirelessly, but could not accumulate enough evidence of medical cure using this system. It was in 1812 when he could show the results of homeopathy by treating 180 cases of Typhus. Since then the effectiveness of homeopathy has been proved in a very very large number of patients. The same principle has been extended to all kinds of life including animal life.
Find a Holistic Veterinarian near you:
- American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association – AHVMA
AHVMA supports complementary, alternative and holistic veterinary medicine.
- The Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy
The Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy: Wilmington, Delaware
- American Medical College of Homeopathy
Human and Veterinary
Located in sunny Phoenix, Arizona, we are one of the first homeopathic medical schools in the United States since the 1920’s..