Books on Homeopathy
You can order any of these recommended books by clicking on the links below. Choose from the following categories:
Paperback – 450 pages (November 1999)
North Atlantic Books; ISBN: 155643295X
This should be the first book you buy as an introduction and education in vet homeopathy. Don has produced the definitive guide to homeopathy in animals. Useful for those interested in small animal and equine medicine alike. A must.
Paperback – 232 pages Rev. Ed (1990)
The C W Daniel Company Ltd; ISBN: 0852072163
An excellent first book of homeopathy for vets and small animal carers. Chris has provided a book that is readable to the novice and a treasure trove of material to the more experienced prescriber.
Tim has written the definitive guide to equine homeopathy here. It ranks alongside Chris and Don’s offerings for cats and dogs as being readable, authoritative, thorough and a reference that will set you up for decades of good home prescribing.
If you have a horse, this is a must.
A general text that comprehensively takes you through all the major complementary veterinary modalities is this work by Schoen and Wynn. If you can’t afford lots of books on lots of topics, but are hungry for information, this is a great place to start. Essential for every veterinary practice!
George MacLeod wrote the original book some 20 years ago. I was lucky enough to be asked to edit his work to bring it up to date with modern language, contemporary conditions and additional references at the end of the book.
Although not for the homeopathic novice, I think George’s work is invaluable for equine vets and more knowledgeable horse owners.
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