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Basic Course in Veterinary Homeopathy
Basic Course in Veterinary Homeopathy Course 108 Prerequisite: N/A Duration: 80 hours. Normally takes 3-6 months Award: Certificate of CompletionNotes: Designed for pet owners and veterinary assistants as well as others interested in homeopathic care of animals. The course offers a solid basic understanding of veterinary homeopathy, animal
Bach Flower Practitioner
Bach Flower Essence Study Course - 501 Prerequisite: N/A Duration: 150 Study hours Award: Bach Flower Practitioner CertificateNotes: Course consists of 14 lessons, 1 mid-term and a final exam. The course is designed to give students the knowledge to become a Bach Flower Practitioner and is a good
Equine Anatomy & Acupoint Energetics Manual
Equine Landmark Anatomy & Acupoint Entergetics ManualPresenter: Turie Normal, DVM This DVD and Manual break new ground in the field of acupressure and acupuncture. They provide an exceptional tool for the veterinary professional, bodywork practitioners, and students of acupressure and acupuncture. This equine DVD:Identifies significant anatomical landmarks Discusses
Canine Anatomy & Acupoint Energetics Manual
Canine Landmark Anatomy & Acupoint Energetics -Manual Presenter: Turie Norman, DVM This Manual is an essential resource for wholistic veterinary professionals, healthcare practitioners, canine bodyworkers and students of animal acupressure and acupuncture. This learning tool has not existed before. Both the DVD and Manual go into extensive detail
Equine Acupressure: A Working Manual
Equine Acupressure: A Working Manual (4th Edition) by Nancy Zidonis, Amy Snow, & Marie Soderberg This book is a step-by-step guide to equine acupressure with lots of charts, photographs and illustrations. It is perfect for owners, trainers, and healthcare practitioners to enhance the horse's performance, health, and well
Equine Anatomy & Acupoint Energetics
Equine Landmark Anatomy & Acupoint Energetics - Companion DVD to Equine Landmark Anatomy & Acupoint Entergetics ManualPresenter: Turie Normal, DVM This DVD and Manual break new ground in the field of acupressure and acupuncture. They provide an exceptional tool for the veterinary professional, bodywork practitioners, and students of
Canine Anatomy & Acupoint Energetics DVD
Canine Landmark Anatomy & Acupoint Energetics - DVDPresenter: Turie Norman, DVM This DVD is an essential resource for wholistic veterinary professionals, healthcare practitioners, canine bodyworkers and students of animal acupressure and acupuncture. This learning tool has not existed before. Both the DVD and Manual go into extensive detail regarding:Surface
Linseed Oil for Animals - 5 litre carton
Mix 3 to 4 tablespoons with regular feed for Horses, pro rata by body weight for other animals Linseed oil from High Barn Oils is a basic building block of life, for your horses and cattle. Remember how all the old guys used to feed it to their
Linseed Oil for Animals - 4 x 5 litre cartons
Linseed oil from High Barn Oils is a basic building block of life, for your horses and cattle. Remember how all the old guys used to feed it to their show stock, there was a good reason, 25% of all cell membranes are made from essential fatty acids
Challenging the Placebo Effect for Pain Relief from Magnetic Therapy
The recent study by York University* on the effectiveness of copper bangles and magnetic wrist straps to give pain relief to people with arthritis, concluded that based on a well-accepted pain measurement scores,(Womac/Mcgill/ PRI) any improvement could be attributed to the placebo effect of these items.People with arthritis
Back Health- Are You Sitting Comfortably?
HOW SHOULD I SIT? Traditional seating posture i.e. upright, can increase kyphosis , an outward rounding of the lumbar region of the spine. In an upright 90° sitting position you bend your hip joints and rotate your pelvis axis backwards, flattening the lumbar curve and straining the muscles of
The Importance of Quality in Herbal Ingredients
We all want the quality of items we purchase to be the best possible, and this is particularly so when it is something that we are going to take ourselves or give to our pets. But how can you be sure of the quality of the herbal ingredients?
Getting the Right Stuff: Canine Diet Assessment
"How do you know your dog is getting the right proteins, vitamins and minerals?" Most people who are feeding home-prepared, real, human-grade food to our dogs are asked this question quite often. The first answer, of course, is explaining how you have researched canine diet and consulted canine
Nutritional Supplement Therapy for Dogs and Cats - Part 2
How do you go about looking for the right nutritional supplement for your pet?  Firstly, consider whether the supplement was specifically designed for your animal.  The physiology of each animal, and even certain breeds of animals are different.  Just as we shouldn't give our pets the same supplements
Phytochemicals: 12 Health Benefits of Carotenoids
Carotenoids are fat soluble organic pigments of plants such as algae, some bacteria, and fungus. It generally cannot be manufactured by animals but have to acquired plants. It is said that consuming caretrnoids can optimize your health against many types of chronic illness as it acts as antioxidant
If it's Natural, it Must be Good - Musn't it?
In these days of green consumerism and environmental awareness, anything natural has come to be perceived as good and by implication safe for people, animals and the environment.But how many times does one hear someone make the mistake of assuming that because something is natural it must be
Acupressure Approach to Skin Disorders in Horses
Horse guardians dread seeing any skin disorder and especially fungal and bacterial conditions like ringworm, girth itch, and rainrot. Once any skin disorder sets up, it is a challenge to eliminate them for one horse let alone the entire barn or stable.From the Traditional Chinese Medicine perspective, the
Phytochemicals: 15 Health Benefits of Ellagic Acid
Phenolic acids are a type of phytochemical compounds found in many plants, especially in certain dried fruits, including ellagic Acid is a type of phytochemical compound, including Ellagic acid, found mostly in walnuts, strawberries, cranberries, blackberries and grapes, gallic acid found mostly in tea, mango, strawberries, rhubarb, soy,
Canine Hip Dysplasia & Osteoarthritis
An owners first hand experience This is my personal experience of dealing with canine hip dysplasia. The symptoms, the physical strains and the emotional rollercoaster. If you have experienced it, my heart goes out to you and your animal, you are not alone.   As avid animal lovers, we couldn’t wait