WE PLANT THE "SEEDS OF IDEAS" IN DOG OWNERS MINDS - THESE IDEAS EVENTUALLY BLOSSOM INTO A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF DOG BEHAVIOUR - Sally Hopkins
WE PLANT THE "SEEDS OF IDEAS" IN DOG OWNERS MINDS - THESE IDEAS EVENTUALLY BLOSSOM INTO A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF DOG BEHAVIOUR - Sally Hopkins

COMPLEMENTARY HEALTH THERAPIES

As we have seen from the list of Stress Causes, pain and/or ill health can often be a major factor in why the dog is showing Symptoms of Stress, but -

How do you know when your dog is ill or in pain?

Can it tell or show you where or what the problem is?

Even your vet, who has spent years training to understand a large range of animals, is sometimes unable to pinpoint the underlying problem.

So what do you do?

One of the most frustrating and saddest aspects of owning a dog is that there is no simple way to communicate between the two species. Therefore, sometimes you have to experiment outside conventional medicine and see whether a holistic and complimentary therapy may be of benefit to your dog.

Here is a list of Complimentary Therapies which I suggest you investigate further -

 

NOTE: - It is important to understand that under English Law no dog can be treated by any complimentary therapist or practitioner without the referal of your vet. Therefore, before approaching any of these therapists, please get a proper veterinary diagnosis and discuss the full range of treatment options with your vet. Then the therapies can be used in conjunction with orthodox veterinary treatment.

 

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