Homeopathy for Pets: Aconite for Fear, Shock & Anxiety

Homeopathy for Pets: Aconite for Fear, Shock & Anxiety

Does your cat or dog just know when you're about to take them to the v - e - t? Do they scamper off and hide, adding at least half an hour to your prep time in order to catch them and get in the car?

There's a homeopathic remedy for that.

This blog teaches you about a great remedy to have on hand for when your pet is afraid.

Is this your sweet little kitty when you let him know you have to take him to the v-e-t?

Does he intuit your thoughts and disappear into the 'cat parallel universe' that mere humans cannot see through????

No wonder they resist your efforts to haul them to the vet. That's where awful things happen. That's where they are certainly not the predator, but, the prey.

Even at my office, equipped with soft fabric on top of a padded table, I'm still a v-e-t! It's still a horrible, humiliating, and overstimulating assault to the kitty perspective and energetic body. It's still people they don't know or trust. And, it still smells awful!

Thank goodness, or anyone else you want to thank, for Homeopathic remedies for dogs and cats!

Before you head out to visit the vet, remember that Homeopathic Aconitum napellus (Aconite for short) might be your pet's best friend when feeling stressed.

Aconite is the perfect homeopathic remedy when anyone, any species, experiences great fear, especially if combined with anxiety.

Here are some specific symptoms signaling the potential need for an Aconite homeopathic pet remedy - see if your animal fits:

  • Great, noticeable fears: ​​​​​​​crowds, strangers, new situations, noises, smells, lights, etc.
  • Inconsolable anxiety, panic attacks
  • Restlessness
  • Forebodings of impending events (this is where cats excel)
  • Oversensitive to light, noise
  • Intense pains ​​​​​​

​​​​​​​There are a number of Homeopathic remedies that can help make the vet visit less stressful on everyone, but Aconite is at the top of my list. You might need a dose yourself!

Make sure to dose your pet with this homeopathic remedy once before leaving the house and again while in the waiting room.

Aconite is the number one remedy for any type of shock. Your animal might feel suddenly shocked to be taken to the vet, or have a sudden illness that is, in itself, shocking. Additionally, any type of accident will have a shock component and Aconite could be helpful.

Aconite could make all the difference between a calm, stress-free vet visit, and a terror-filled, never-forgotten event.

Always have Aconite in your emergency pet homeopathic remedy kit - it will serve you well.

To discover more ways to use homeopathy for your animal's emergencies, check out my HOMEOPATHY FOR PET EMERGENCY course. Grab a kit if you don't have one!

 

2 comments

Christina Lucas

Christina Lucas

Semi feral cat I had neutered (wish I hadnt) has developed a terrible oozing swelling and he keeps
licking it. Vet thinks it could be cancer. I’ve had to take him in and keep him in small bedroom.
He’s ruined the carpet trying to get out and I’m at my wits end with him constantly howling.
I don’t see the vet until next week and quite honestly afraid to leave him in case he trashes the
Place. He’s a huge boy and very loving but used to living outside. He’s roaming free at the moment
but when awake paces and howls x
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Dr Dee Blanco replied:
Christina,

You need to see your vet and determine what is going on. But, it could be an abscess. Homeopathic Silicea would help if it is.

Semi feral cat I had neutered (wish I hadnt) has developed a terrible oozing swelling and he keeps
licking it. Vet thinks it could be cancer. I’ve had to take him in and keep him in small bedroom.
He’s ruined the carpet trying to get out and I’m at my wits end with him constantly howling.
I don’t see the vet until next week and quite honestly afraid to leave him in case he trashes the
Place. He’s a huge boy and very loving but used to living outside. He’s roaming free at the moment
but when awake paces and howls x
———
Dr Dee Blanco replied:
Christina,

You need to see your vet and determine what is going on. But, it could be an abscess. Homeopathic Silicea would help if it is.

Laura Chick

Laura Chick

Hello, my one cat Alby has stress issues, but 2 months ago he started aggressively attacking his tail. Started out of nowhere. He is currently on a great cbd oil, subdue internal wind and a digestive Chinese herb. I have had him to 4 vets, one holistic, the herbs seem to be helping, but he still will attack tail intermittently. Is there anything else I can do for him? Thank you
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Dr Dee Blanco replied:
You might want to go back to your records and determine if you gave him vaccines in the last year, especially in the last 3 months.

Cats are often vaccinated in the tail (OMG!!) now because there were injection site sarcomas (cancer) happening from some vaccines between the shoulder blades. So, it became a practice to vaccinate in the tail so if a tumor developed it could easily be amputated. Oh gosh!! Do you think we should be looking at what is in the vaccines that could be causing tumors to develop? Well, they have, and it’s common mindset that aluminum adjuvants are the causes of these tumors. But, that is only one toxicant in those vials. There are many more. Too many.

So, I would work with a homeopathic vet to see if you can help clear those toxicants. Please make sure you are on our newsletter because in the new year we hope to provide more support for these situations.

And frankly speaking, I would reconsider any vaccination again for this cat. You might want to read about antibody titers if you are worried about it.

I’ll be posted a couple articles on vaccines soon so stay posted!

Hello, my one cat Alby has stress issues, but 2 months ago he started aggressively attacking his tail. Started out of nowhere. He is currently on a great cbd oil, subdue internal wind and a digestive Chinese herb. I have had him to 4 vets, one holistic, the herbs seem to be helping, but he still will attack tail intermittently. Is there anything else I can do for him? Thank you
———
Dr Dee Blanco replied:
You might want to go back to your records and determine if you gave him vaccines in the last year, especially in the last 3 months.

Cats are often vaccinated in the tail (OMG!!) now because there were injection site sarcomas (cancer) happening from some vaccines between the shoulder blades. So, it became a practice to vaccinate in the tail so if a tumor developed it could easily be amputated. Oh gosh!! Do you think we should be looking at what is in the vaccines that could be causing tumors to develop? Well, they have, and it’s common mindset that aluminum adjuvants are the causes of these tumors. But, that is only one toxicant in those vials. There are many more. Too many.

So, I would work with a homeopathic vet to see if you can help clear those toxicants. Please make sure you are on our newsletter because in the new year we hope to provide more support for these situations.

And frankly speaking, I would reconsider any vaccination again for this cat. You might want to read about antibody titers if you are worried about it.

I’ll be posted a couple articles on vaccines soon so stay posted!

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