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April 16, 2013 Subscribe

Homeopathy Is Complementary, plus Dogs Teaching Dogs

Editor Susan Chaney interviews the president of the Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy to learn about the practice that is often confused with other types of treatments. Advocates have supported the nontraditional method of care since the turn of the 19th century, and its complementary use is gaining acceptance among traditional veterinarians. Discover the true meaning of homeopathy in Susan’s latest report.

All “dog people” are dog trainers, to some degree, but so is every dog. DFR Blogger Kayla Bertagnolli has watched her Beagles teach each other plenty of things – although not every learned behavior is a good thing. See if your pack is like Kayla’s when it comes to how they teach each other those little life lessons.

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Dan Sayers
Editor in Chief

Dogs Learn from Each Other
By Kayla Bertagnolli

Dog fanciers are more than just “dog people.” We are breeders, handlers, groomers, mentors and so much more. Most of us are dog trainers, at least at some level, but the truth is our dogs teach each other plenty of things when given the opportunity. more

With Homeopathy, ‘Like Cures Like’
By Susan Chaney

Homeopathy just might be the dark horse of nontraditional, or complementary, veterinary care. Its basic concept can be difficult for the uninitiated to even grasp, let alone consider as viable. But its advocates – both practitioners and beneficiaries – can’t imagine helping dogs and other animals to good health without it. more


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