Anxiety (Dog/Canine)

Is there any difference in the homeopathic remedies we give anxious­animals versus anxious people? No, it’s just a little harder to deduce the right remedy for an animal-not unlike choosing a remedy for an infant or young toddler. You can help animals suffering with mild or short-term, acute anxiety by using one of the homeopathic remedies described below. For animals with serious, ongoing anxiety problems, it’s best to consult a qualified homeopathic veterinarian.

Aconitum: Fear and restlessness following a frightening event. This remedy may help gun-shy dogs who were not properly habituated to gunfire, or dogs who had a frightening experience at the kennel or the vet’s office.

Argentum Nitricum: Anticipatory anxiety, often with trembling and loose bowels. This is useful to show nerves in horses and dogs (and people).

Belladonna: Extreme fear with dilated pupils and aggressive behaviour. This is the classic picture of a feral cat caught in a trap or an agitated animal crouched in the corner of a room or an animal carrier.

Ignatia: Hypersensitivity, muscle twitches, and moodiness; the animal may have a history of recent grief, loss, or rehoming (i.e., changing families). These animals may sigh or whine a lot, and they can be irritable.

Lachesis: Restless, sensitive to all stimuli, talkative, and jealous. Some­animals, especially dominant ones, behave like this with a new addition­(animal or human) to the household.

Natrum Muriaticum: Moody outbursts, depressed, and withdrawn. The­animals don’t play well and often have a history of rehoming or loss.

Nux Vomica: Impatient, fearful, and sensitive to stimuli. These animals may be the boss of the house in many situations, bullying the other animals and being demanding of people; yet a thunderstorm or a strange package in the house can cause them to tremble.

Staphysagria: Gentle animals with angry or fearful outbursts. They are­typically the low animal on the totem pole that wouldn’t hurt a fly, so their outburst is all the more surprising. It should go without saying that many frightened dogs and cats will use those sharp pointy teeth. If in doubt, be safe and don’t intervene directly. Homeopathic remedies can be added to drinking water or sprayed on animals in a trap or on feral cats.

Medicines for Anxiety (Dog/Canine)

Disclaimer: Description is only paragraphed based on the experience of homeopathic doctors as published in Materia Medica Book of Homeopathy. This is not a medico-legal prescription. Take 200 CH potency of dilutions once in a day empty stomach, but we recommend you to consult a doctor on how much to take and how often to take a remedy. Views and Medicines prescribed in videos are own thoughts of doctors, Medicines Mall doesn’t take responsibility for the expressed views.Self-medication can be dangerous, Consult your doctor before taking medicine.
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