Natural Remedies for Animals
In the wild, animals are born with the innate ability to use medicinal plants in order to maintain and achieve optimal health. Unfortunately, domesticated pets and farm animals have no access to forage for these remedies.
One of the most important facets of my work is Applied Zoopharmacognosy. This science enables your pets, livestock, farm animals and shelters to help animals heal themselves allowing them the opportunity to naturally self-medicate.
I bring a comprehensive collection of high-quality, organic, natural remedies consisting of herbs, oils and powders. I offer the same or similar plant extracts found in their natural habitats that effects the emotional, behavioral and physical condition of the animal.
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Physical Issues Helped
by Natural Remedies
Skin and coat problems
Tumors and growths
What does a session look like?
Sessions last from 30 minutes to 2 hours at the animal’s pace. They walk away when they are done. I start with a history of your animal’s physical, emotional and medical issues. Then after a series of specific questions, I target the best approach.
I assemble an offering of floral waters, dried herbs, minerals, essential oils, macerated oils, and powdered herbs. The animal immediately gravitates to the ingredients for their wellbeing. They determine not only what is chosen but also, how it’s used…some remedies are rubbed onto a part of their body, ingested, or inhaled.
At the end of the session I give you a prescription of the chosen oils/powders and teach you how to use each one for maximum effect.
This is a great gift for you and your animal. The results can be immediate and profound.
See photos to the left and in my gallery to get a sense of the natural "pharmacy" I offer.
Emotional / Behavioral Issues
Helped by Natural Remedies
Fear (fireworks, people, vet, etc.)
Help with pets who need enrichment
Loss of a companion animal or person
Trauma past and present
New pets to the family
Anxiety, Separation Anxiety
Lack of confidence