Wendy Jensen, who wrote Practical Handbook of Veterinary Homeopathy has written an article for a homeopathy website that is excellent and a bit challenging since I cannot get my husband to shift over to this view. In it, she gives this case of a dog cured of osteosarcoma who became healthier emotionally as well (as we expect with a cure in homeopathy). Click here to read the whole article.
“As a living example from my practice, Sally (her name changed) is a huge bull mastiff dog who woke up one morning with a terrible pain in her leg. She cried and limped all the way to her veterinarian’s, where her saddened caretakers were told that she needed to be given chemotherapy and have her leg amputated to save her life. With this treatment, she could live four more months. Her guardians struggled with this decision, buying time with pain medications that only partly worked. Finally they called me, and now Sally is walking four-legged and pain free nearly three years after her diagnosis. Their biggest trouble now is keeping her from stealing the hors-d’oeuvre during parties. (Sally used to be afraid to come out and meet new people, but that changed along with the healing of her leg.) And the best part is that she’s not on any medications whatsoever. Her body no longer needs crutches. In homeopathy, the remedies are given only until the vital force responds curatively.