Understanding and Treating Anxiety in Dogs: Signs, Symptoms, and Remedies

Communication with dogs can be challenging, especially when they are experiencing difficulties. It is crucial for us to understand the signs of anxiety to help our dogs. If you suspect that your dog is anxious, it is important to recognise the symptoms and then explore homeopathic remedies to alleviate their …

Homeopathic First Aid Dosage Guide

Homeopathic First Aid Dosage Guide

Learn how to give your dog a homeopathic remedy in acute first aid type situations. If after trying 3 remedies without seeing an improvement, it’s time to contact us for a consultation.

Dosage Guide & Potency Information

Q. Which Potency Should I Choose?

The following guidelines apply to home-prescribing for simple, self-limiting complaints.

  • Low Potencies: 6c to 30c
  • Medium Potencies: 30c and 200c
  • High Potencies: M and above

Lower potencies such as 6c cover a wide range of symptoms, so are ideal if you are not certain that you have chosen the best remedy for your symptoms.

Higher potencies need to match symptoms more precisely if a curative response is to be triggered.

The higher the potency, the longer the effect, so less frequent repetition is needed. Whereas a 6c potency may need to be repeated every 2 – 3 hours for a period to improve symptoms while an M potency may only have to be given once.

Medium potencies such as 30c are a good choice for home prescribers who have some familiarity with homeopathy. They may be given every 3 – 4 hours until symptoms are relieved, and then only repeated if symptoms return. Improvement should be noticed by 2 – 4 doses if the correct remedy has been selected.

3 tips on how to give your dogs a dose:

  1. Tip pillules into palm and allow dog to lick off.
  2. Make a wet dose and syringe into dogs mouth.
  3. Place pillules directly into the side cheek area of mouth.
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