The best ways to give homeopathy to your dog
So you've discovered the incredible possibilities of natural healing by adding homeopathy to your dog medicine. And now you're wondering, "How the heck can I even give these little round pellets to my dog?"
There are actually a number of ways depending on your dog, and you can make it a quiet, relaxing time for both of you instead of a stressful battle of wills.
Try one of the methods below and simply follow the steps!
The different ways to give homeopathy to your dog
Put the pellets directly into your dog's mouth:
Rinse and dry your hands, lay your dog down and spend a few minutes calmly petting him until he relaxes.
Open the bottle and tap 3 pellets into the cap.
Using your free hand, gently stroke the side of your dog's face, gently lift their lip, then simply tilt the cap over their gums. Let go of his lip and continue stroking him.
Don't worry if he doesn't let them dissolve and chews them straight away. They will still work.
Even if he spits them out, if they stay in his mouth for a few moments, they will still be effective.
Add them to milk
If your dog doesn't let you handle his mouth or head, crush the granules with the back of a spoon and dissolve them in milk or soy milk.
Offer the milk. If he doesn't drink it all, that's okay, it'll still work. Take away what he doesn't drink.
Fractional water dosing
Sometimes the healing crisis can lead to a temporary worsening of symptoms. To avoid this, you can do a split dose of water.
Put 3 to 5 granules in 240 ml of fresh spring water (or filtered).
Let the granules dissolve for 10 minutes.
Shake the solution vigorously and pour 2 tablespoons into your dog's mouth using a syringe. You can also pour this amount into a small bowl.
Store the remaining solution in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
Shake well before each use.
Keep giving the solution until the condition improves.
You should now have a good understanding of how to give homeopathic remedies to your dog. Easy, right?
If you want some homeopathy ideas for pain, check out my article discussing it: Painkillers for Dogs
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