Natural Animal Care is a full service alternate Medicine Store. Based in Ravenshoe, Atherton Tablelands. We provide all forms of Natural Animal Care including;
More and more people are turning towards Natural Animal Medicines- but why?
There has been a dramatic increase in people seeking advice from well-trained, professional natural animal therapists to treat their animals.
This is probably due to the growing popularity of natural therapies in general and the increasing realisation that mainstream veterinary treatments do not always succeed. In addition, people are becoming more educated in their own health and are realising that many pharmaceutical drug treatments can cause serious side effects and long-term effects. Furthermore, many people are realising that professional natural animal practitioners may help them improve their pet’s health without the need for invasive surgery or other potentially harmful procedures. Natural therapies on animals can be just as effective as most mainstream treatments but without the potential side effects, when prescribed by a professional practitioner. Not only that, an experienced practitioner will have the ability to identify the underlying cause of the disorder and treat it accordingly – not just treat the superficial symptoms. A large number of people seek naturopathic treatments for their pets when all else has failed.
However, it is much better to seek professional guidance for your pet before they suffer from a long-term illness if possible.
Prevention is always easier and less-expensive than needing to treat a chronic disease and much kinder to your pet. Feeding your pets with nutrition and health in mind, on a all natural diet may help protect them from disease later. In addition, professionally prescribed natural therapies can successfully treat many different ailments such as chronic skin conditions, digestive problems, musculoskeletal disorders including degenerative joint conditions and a large number of other health problems, including many being diagnosed as ‘untreatable’.