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Complementary Canine Homoeopathy Evening
Posted by dillondog on Monday, November 22, 2010 @ 07:24 PM GMT (2332 reads)

A Canine Homoeopathy evening (including hands-on first aid and resuscitation) is being held at Upwell Village Hall (6 New Road, Upwell, near Wisbech - PE14 9AB.

This will take place on Thursday December 2 starting at 7.30 PM

Tickets cost £5, which will also incude light refreshments, products will be on sale and there will be a raffle.

The proceeds will go towards matting for the Upwell Ringcraft classes which take place at the Village Hall every Thursday evening starting at 7.15PM

To book your place or find out more contact Maxine Munday on 01945 880975

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Complementary Want to make some money?
Posted by dillondog on Tuesday, April 28, 2009 @ 06:41 AM GMT (2082 reads)

Do you have a pet related business? Do you work with complementary therapies? Own a Pet Shop or Veterinary Practice?

We are looking for people like you to resell our range of PETal drops - Flower Essences for Animals.

Many pet owners are looking at alternative ways to help their pets.

Click on the SHOP link in the main menu for details of our essences.

This is not an affiliate scheme where you get paid a tiny percentage - you could be making a profit of up to 66% per bottle.

If you are interested please email info@thepethealthportal.com (UK Only)

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Complementary Safe, Effective Flea Control
Posted by admin on Tuesday, September 13, 2005 @ 06:00 PM GMT (1462 reads)

Authors of Dr. Pitcairn’s Complete Guide To Natural Health for Dogs & Cats

The best approach to controlling fleas is to start with the least toxic and most natural choices, resorting to stronger measures only if reasonable control is not achieved. As a prerequisite to any flea-control program, I recommend building up your animal's health and resistance as much as possible through a healthy diet and lifestyle. Along with that, it's important to practice thorough sanitation and cleaning.

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Complementary Vets get back to their roots
Posted by admin on Sunday, June 12, 2005 @ 02:11 PM GMT (1370 reads)

The use of traditional herbs in veterinary medicine is set for resurgence with Healthy Beast's forthcoming 'Introduction to Veterinary Herbal Medicine' course to be held in Middle Barton, Oxfordshire. The course will run from 7th - 10th July 2005 and is exclusively for veterinary surgeons.

It is believed to be the only one of its kind in Europe, and marks a return to the ancient knowledge of the healing powers of our indigenous plants which once played a vital role in veterinary medicine. The course will allow vets to start to integrate the use of herbal medicines into their practices, which means that the family dog may soon be running on herb power.

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Complementary Clean Teeth and Fresh Breath without Brushing - Naturally
Posted by admin on Sunday, May 22, 2005 @ 03:04 PM GMT (1438 reads)

Just spray straight onto the teeth and gums. This Oral Care spray contains Vantocil, which is a well known herbal extract for combating bacterial build-up. It is flavoured with Aniseed so your pet will love the taste. Now available from our shop . Only 5.75 for 100ml plus p & p

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Complementary What is Holistic Medicine?
Posted by admin on Tuesday, March 22, 2005 @ 02:12 PM GMT (1456 reads)

Holistic Medicine

Health is influenced by physical, mental and emotional factors. Holistic Medicine takes all these factors into consideration. Herbalism, homeopathy, acupuncture, chiropractic, flower essences and naturopathy are all essential parts of treatment within holistic medicine. These are not meant to replace conventional medicine, these therapies are used with conventional medicine to give your cat the best of both.

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Complementary N-Acetyl-Carnosine (NAC) - Eyedrops for Pets
Posted by admin on Sunday, February 6, 2005 @ 08:15 PM GMT (2288 reads)

Soothes and Rejuvinates your pets eyes.....naturally.

As our pets get older their eyes have a harder time fighting off free radicals that cause oxidative stress damage. This highly oxidised environment within cells comes about as a result of a chemical reaction from exposure to oxygen and sunlight. Since the lens of the eye acts as a light shield for the retina, it's no wonder it takes all the punishment. The destructive action of free radicals also destroys the enzymes that are needed to maintain cellular metabolism. And, since blood flow decreases with age, the eye is further deprived of other essential nutrients for health

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Complementary Ethos Endymion for Dogs (and other pets!) - For Longevity and Wellbeing
Posted by admin on Saturday, February 5, 2005 @ 09:36 PM GMT (1777 reads)

Now available from The Pet Health Portal Shop

Unfortunately, it's a very sad fact of life that our faithful four-legged friends have a much shorter life span than us humans do.

As they age they become more and more prone to illness and debilitating diseases but now there is a brand new product available called Ethos Endymion for Dogs which works at a cellular level to promote good health, wellness and longevity.

Ethos Endymion for Dogs contains the very purest form of L-Carnosine which is naturally occurring in all humans and animals and, interestingly enough, there is a direct correlation between the amount of L-Carnosine present and overall life expectancy. Humans are born with much more L-Carnosine in their bodies than animals are but even this starts to diminish with age, and this is thought to be a major contributing factor to the aging process itself.

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Complementary Flower Essences for Animals
Posted by admin on Friday, December 31, 2004 @ 08:02 PM GMT (1322 reads)

We would like to introduce to you our own range of Flower Essences for Animals called 'PETal drops'.

PETal drops are made from a blend of different flower essences created exclusively for us by Dr Arthur Bailey of Bailey Flower Essences

We feel that these more modern essences better address the more common behavioural and emotional problems affecting today's pets.

They are completely natural, gentle and safe and will not interfere with other treatments. Because they are safe, no harm will come to another pet in the household should they receive the essences via drinking water.

They are handmade using a mixture of spring water and alcohol as a base, with an infusion of a number of flower essences.

Our range consists of six different composite essences - Separation Anxiety - Travel - Fears - Spraying - Hormonal - Confidence.

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Complementary Dysautonomia and Acupuncture – ‘Don’t Give Up’ by Breda Dallimore
Posted by admin on Wednesday, September 22, 2004 @ 05:08 PM GMT (3031 reads)

For Dylan the needle of euthanasia was looming – but it was the acupuncture needle that seems to have saved him

On 17 February 2004 my dog, Dylan, was diagnosed with a very rare disease called dysautonomia, a condition in which the autonomic nervous system does not function normally.

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Complementary Animal Healing CD
Posted by admin on Wednesday, September 8, 2004 @ 10:37 PM GMT (1389 reads)

Animal Healing CD now available from Amazon Books

Animal Healing

Buy it now

Marie from Buckinghamshire writes:

Like most people, I am not a professional healer but I like to do my best to ensure that my lovely dog gets the best quality of life. That's why, I have found the Margrit Coates' Animal Healing CD very helpful. First, it's set up the mood and relaxes the animal and secondly the booklet tells you exactly what to do. So, there is no need to be an expert to share something very special with you pet. I have noticed serious improvement in my dog wellbeing. The healing allows us to relax and enjoy real quality time. You should try too!

Margaret Reiland writes:

This is a wonderful, soothing CD for all types of animals. Mine love it. They become very relaxed and peaceful. As an animal healing practitioner, I have noticed a superior quality to my healing work when using this music. I recommend it to all animal guardians, animal therapists, kennels, stables and veterinary surgeries to aid in an animal's healing process and general well-being. Also, has a lovely booklet that succinctly summarizes healing and details different animals' energy centres, also known as chakras. Love this CD for myself, as well!!!

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Complementary September is Canine Arthritis Awareness Month
Posted by admin on Saturday, August 28, 2004 @ 07:20 PM GMT (1460 reads)

More than 1 million dogs in the UK suffer from osteoarthritis, 650,000 dogs go untreated.

Just like human sufferers of osteoarthritis, dogs experience pain, stiffness and lack of mobility. Caring pet owners often attribute these symptoms to old age and as dogs don't express their pain in quite the same way many could be suffering in silence.

Copper bracelets and collars have been used for many years to alleviate the symtoms of arthritis. Here at the Pet Health Portal we have taken this idea a step further..

In his book 'Natural Healthcare for Pets' well known and respected holistic vet, Richard Allport writes : 'Crystal Healing is energy medicine. It amplifies and directs energy into diseased parts of the body to harmonize and heal the imbalanced energy of the damaged area. By placing crystals on or close to pets that are ill, remarkable healing effects can often be induced.'

Here at The Pet Health Portal we have taken healing crystals and therapeutic gems and have incorporated them into a fashionable range of necklaces designed to help, soothe, comfort and uplift your dog when experiencing a particular ailment or problem either physical or emotional.

For further details visit our store

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Complementary Aloe vera and Animals - by Andree Blake
Posted by admin on Friday, June 18, 2004 @ 10:02 PM GMT (1341 reads)

Aloe vera has been shown to be extremely effective in treating or alleviating a number of animal problems.
Aloe Veterinary Formula is made with a high percentage of stabilised Aloe vera gel, used for its moisturising, anti-bacterial action. It is ideal for topically treating cuts, allergies, wounds, rashes, bruises, abrasions, infections and other external animal problems. Allantoin, a proven activator in the treatment of wounds, is the only other ingredient.

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Complementary Tellington Touch: Tension Patterns - The Tail, Legs and Feet by Sarah Fisher
Posted by admin on Sunday, May 9, 2004 @ 02:50 PM GMT (1206 reads)

The Tail

A constantly wagging tail does not necessarily indicate a happy dog. Many people have been bitten bending down to stroke a dog that was wagging his tail.

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Complementary Tellington Touch: Tension Patterns - 'The Stomach, Shoulders and Hindquarters' by Sarah Fisher
Posted by admin on Tuesday, May 4, 2004 @ 10:23 PM GMT (1326 reads)

Often a neglected part of the dog's body, the stomach is related to separation anxiety, clingy behaviour, gut imbalance, worry and sensitivity. Tension in this area can be caused by problems in the mid and lower back which can trigger digestive disturbances.

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