On 1/29/16 a fantastic group met to help their companion animals with veterinary homeopathy.
What follows is my introduction for Dr. Wendy Jensen’s introduction to veterinary homeopathy.
Anyone interested in this gentle but powerful healing method should read her new book.
“I am really happy to see this great turnout.
There’s really only two reasons we’re here.
They should be self-evident.
Unfortunately though many modern medical practitioners have lost sight of it.
We want to help our companion animals have the longest and best lives possible.
Unfortunately the path to reach these goals can be littered with obstacles.
Poor quality diets, multiple vaccinations and suppression of symptoms are the three of the biggest.
Rates of obesity, Diabetes, heart diseases and even cancer are soaring.
It’s becoming clear that a diet based on fresh and wholesome foods, exercise sunshine and fresh air helps both prevent and treat many health challenges.
Many animal guardians are just now realizing that we can share our healthy lifestyles with them. Knowing that these treatment options are available for our animals (and us) will help them have great and healthy lives.
Holistic lifestyle and treatment can help.
Holistic care takes the the whole individual including environment and lifestyle into account.
The opposite of holistic is reductionistic. Breaking our bodies and lives into little pieces and looking at each one separate from another.
Reductionistic medicine considers skin problems separate from heart issues which are different than eye problems. That’s why there are dermatologists, cardiologists ophthalmologists.
Because of our training, unfortunately, many MDs and vets don’t take the whole being into consideration. They are satisfied with the reductionistic model of medicine that is ingrained in us during medical and veterinary school.
Luckily holistic thinking and treatment is slowly entering the mainstream.
Mainly driven by the requests of health care consumers like everyone here today.
We’re here today to help teach and spread the demand for holistic vet care.
Tonight’s topic is the most effective of all of the treatments that consider the whole individual and lifestyle.
Homeopathic treatment is the main method that both Dr. Jensen and I use to treat health challenges and it’s one of the few books sitting on the desk in my office for clients to peruse..
Here’s a little more about it:
The Practical Handbook of Veterinary Homeopathy: Healing Our Companion Animals from the Inside Out opens your eyes to the enormous potential of homeopathy.
Our beloved animals often suffer from chronic diseases or repeating complaints that respond only temporarily to traditional treatments.
As the staunchest advocate for your own cats and dogs, you can greatly increase their health by learning to recognize chronic disease and building a vet care team that includes a veterinary homeopathic.
Together, you can avoid, reduce, or eliminate your animal’s dependence on medications. Her book is full of homeo tx success stories. Her book will teach you exactly what information is needed in order to help your animals not only heal, but regain their former vitality, energy, and zest for life.
It’s hard work to look beyond our vet school training to see beyond the traditional medical model.
Dr. Jensen is a Cornell-trained and licensed veterinarian who has been practicing vet homeopathy for over 20 years.
She has written a wonderful book to help clients more easily understand this awesome treatment method and tonight she will discuss it in more detail.
It’s my pleasure to introduce Dr. Wendy Jensen…”
In addition to the talk, many of your specific questions were answered.
It was clear however that many attendees were frustrated by the difficulty of finding a trained veterinary homeopath who they could add to their vet care team.
In two weeks a CT-based group of us will start to dive deeper into veterinary homeopathy.
An online course and further support are also being developed. You can learn more by joining our online community.