Thuja 30C and Bichon Frise
Answered by: Kerry Hackett
Question from: Paul
Posted on: November 06, 2007

What is the correct dosage of Thuja 30C for a 18 pound Bichon Frise dog with warts?

Homeopathic medicine works on a completely different format than that of conventional medicine. The most important factor is whether the remedy matches the symptom picture of the animal (or human) in question, not the weight of the animal (or human) involved. Homeopathic Thuja is a remedy typically given for vaccinosis or the ongoing effects of vaccination, especially when the vaccinations are repeated on a yearly basis. The damage caused by vaccination is usually associated with the spinal cord, urogentital system and skin; the latter showing up as warts, moles and poor coat quality. The animals suited to homeopathic Thuja are generally sensitive to cold, damp conditions and seek warmth. Full details on administering homeopathic Thuja may be found on this website (www.richters.com) under the title, "Dog and Warts". In addition, you may want to consider a homemade diet for your dog as it will have a positive affect on its coat quality, immune system and general health. Books to peruse include: Richard Pitcairn’s, "Natural Health for Dogs and Cats", "The Complete Herbal Handbook for the Dog and Cat" by Juliette de Bairacli Levy and "The Barf Diet" by Ian Billinghurst.

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