The target reader is the veterinary surgeon who wishes to use homeopathic medicine in their practice. there will be a secondary market in commercial farming and breeding, as well as among the owners of companion animals.
Although this book is written as ‘an introduction to homeopathic medicine for veterinary surgeons’ I think that it is capable of giving valuable information to even the trained and experienced veterinary homeopath. It is well written, and built up very logically. Every chapter starts ‘from the beginning’, covering every aspect of the subject in an easy and comprehensible way, even for the untrained. The constant comparison to and verification against conventional medicine is striking and works very well to explain the meaning of the different subjects in homeopathy. Also (very bravely) the authors take up the subject of vaccination and its relation to the vital force and disease. Ç¨?As already mentioned, I had been expecting this book for a long time and let me say that my expectations have been more than fulfilled. It will benefit future students of homeopathy, and certainly practising veterinary homeopaths as well. We can never call ourselves fully educated in homeopathy, and the study continues. This book will stand proud on any veterinary homeopath’s shelf reminding us about just that!” Newsletter, British Association of Veterinary Homeopaths