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Homeopathic First Aid

Concussion (Head Injury) in Pets

Homeopathic remedies for partial or complete loss of consciousness in pets, first aid for blood clots and how to treat shock in the animal.

Homeopathic Treatment

Action to take while waiting for veterinary care: Where shock is apparent.

Bach Rescue Remedy. Place a few drops directly onto the animals tongue. Repeat at 5-15 minute intervals until improved, then two to three times daily as necessary.

Arnica Montana is a homeopathic remedy that is a useful addition to any conventional veterinary treatment prescribed.

Arnica in 30c or 200c potency, give 2 pilluels every 2-4 hours up to six doses, then 3-4 times daily for a few days until improved.

For a complete guide in learning how to give a remedy, repeat the dose and what potency to use for animals in both acute and chronic disease we recommend…

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