Vergleich: Siehe: Mammalia + Anhang a (Richard H. Pitcairn/Wolff) + Anhang b (Samuel Hahnemann) + Anhang c (Catherine O’Driscoll) + Miasmen + Impfungen


[Arlene Ronis DVM - U.S.]

My methods are quite different from the traditional means of finding the simillimum, however, I thought that it might be useful to compare a list of my most commonly used remedies in animals with other veterinarians, or others who are treating animals homeopathically. I thought that if others were finding similar trends this might lend credence to my methods and reassure others that they are on the right track, so here goes. This list is not inclusive. I am attempting to make a list off the cuff so to speak of the remedies I seem to use most frequently, and the most apparent symptoms or causes they correlate with. Also included are some general keynotes and indications.


1. Abrot. 200C - Most commonly used constitutional often for vaccinosis. Marasmus of lower limbs, skin eruptions.

2. Kali-ars. 200C - Occasional constitutional. Dry, itching, scaly seborrhea. Malignancies.

3. Tub-b. 200C - Commonly used constitutional (dogs with aggression problems).

4. Hyos. 200C - Another very common constitutional for aggression or hyperactivity, especially for ” In your face” type of dog.

5. Med. 200C - Often used constitutional again often with behavior problems.

6. Tell-met. 200C - Constitutional often seen with skin or urinary issues. Atopy and seborrhea

7. Lyc. 200C - Rarely used constitutional - for bully type dogs. (Pit bulls & boxers) Chronic hepatic insufficiency, Abdomen bloated. Satiated by small meals.

8. Phos. 200C - Occasionally used constitutional, often used as 30C for problems following or during anesthesia (vomiting, bleeding or slow to wake up).

            Rapid onset in pneumonia, pancreatic disease. Worse from loud noises and before a storm.

9. Stram. 200C - Occasionally used for dogs exhibiting sheer panic (after being rescued from Dog shelters). Dilated pupils, chewing motions.

10. Ign. 200C - Commonly used when grief or loss is an issue. Homesickness. Hysterical anxiety. Can’t bear noise, < fright/smoke.

11. Thuja 200C - Occasionally used constitutional. Warts, tumors, Eyelids agglutinated.           

12. Bac. - Occasionally used when dermatological problems are present. Ringworm.

13. Bad. 200C - Occasional use. Soreness of muscles, skin tender. Swollen glands.

14. Merc. 200C - Often used when feline stomatitis is present, may be secondary to mercury toxicosis from the thiamersol which is still in some feline FVRCP vaccines

15. Mez. 200C - Frequently used constitutional. Seborrhea. Swelling of testicles

16. Puls. 200C - Occasional constitutional for very clingy pets. Moody, obedient. No two stools alike.

Acute Remedies in Veterinary

Acon. 30C 200C - Shock

Arn. 30C 6C - Bruising

Ars. 30C - Vomiting, diarrhea

Bry. 6C 30C, 200C - Pneumonia

Coc-i. 30C - Car sickness

Coloc. 30C - Straining diarrhea

Dros. 30C - Kennel cough

Equis. 30C - Cat cystitis

Hyper. 30C - Used by staff for cat bites!

Hydrang. 30C - Cat cystitis

Ip. 30C - Vomiting

Iris. 6C 30C - Pancreatitis

Nux-v. 30C - Commonly used for disc problems, sometimes vomiting

Phos. 30C - Bleeding

Ruta 30C - Sprains especially ACLs

Spong. 30C - Kennel cough

Staph. 30C - Cat cystitis

Tab. 30C - Car sickness

Thlas. 30C - Cat cystitis

[Roger Morrison]

Richard Pitcairn noted that Lachesis is almost a specific in the treatment of rabies vaccine reactions in animals.


Anthrac. remedy in epidemic spleen diseases of domestic animals.

Ferr-p.: Sow eats up her young

Gun. Wunden in Wildtiere



[Dr. Jean-Pierre Gallavardin: Repertory of Psychic Medicine]

Horses that bite: Bell. Cham.

Horses that are afraid: Puls. Sulph. Lyc. Nat-m.

[Dr. J.T. Kent]

The horse sometimes steps on a nail. If that nail goes through and strikes the margin of the coffin bone, tetanus will follow. It is known to be almost sure death.

Put Ledum on

the tongue of that horse and there will not be any trouble, for it prevents such conditions.


Colch. Boeninghausen: das wichtigste Mittel für Blähungskoliken bei Kühen.

[Dr. Hering]

Cattle after eating clover in the spring time got enormously bloated, there was no need to stick a knife into the paunch to let out the gas, as a few dose of Colchicum would

always give relief.

[Dr. Emil Schlegel]

With regard to Foot and Mouth Disease of cattle, I can say a little more, Merc-c. in C 12 has given good results. Also an isopathic remedy prepared from the mucus of the

mouth of the diseased animals in C 6, of which several drops are given in water 2x daily is very useful. Apart from that I am convinced that remedies suitable for epidemics

in human beings apply equally well to epidemics in the animal world. With regard to general remarks, light and fresh air are essential for all domestic animals and they must

have access to earth which is free from manures. Many animals eat soil or swallow small pebbles, which they digest and utilise in other ways. With the earth the animal takes

in alumina which acts as a disinfectant. With sand they partake of silica which they dissolve and utilise. It is equally essential for poultry to have lime.

[Dr. Emil Schlegel]

To strengthen cattle and poultry it is good to mix with their food, ground field-stone which contains lime and silica".


Staupevirus. = distemper


Vermic: arthritis/osteoarthritis/pain/inflammation/bone ailments

Intercurrent: Bry. (relapses in bronchial conditions).

Pneumococcin or Bac. hasten the action.

Fall: red chow-chow, 7 years old. A school of veterinary medicine considered it incurable. It had a hip dysplasia so severe it was almost too painful to watch it walk. Vermiclilitum 6 C, 3x daily, was given in 3 course of 20 days, after which the dog was able to walk as well as before the disease developed. A phone call about two years

after last taking the medicine confirmed that the dog was still in excellent condition.


Im Allgemeinen:

Sal-ac.: Gelenkbeschwerden + Schmerz/Sehnenscheideentzündung/Myalgie/Neuralgie/Trauma

mit stumpfen Gegenstand/Prellung/Quetschung/Verstauchung/Zerrung. Allergie/Überdosierung:



Sal-ac: Luftwegen/Darmerkrankung durch Infekt/entzündliche Gelenkschwellung mit SCHMERZ



Feline Leukemia = Cat scratch fever

      Poor coat condition

      Seizures, behavior changes, and other neurological disorders

      A variety of eye conditions

      Pale gums/mucus membranes/inflamed the gums (gingivitis) and mouth (stomatitis)

      Enlarged lymph nodes

      Loss of appetite

      Persistent diarrhea

      Slow but progressive weight loss, followed by severe wasting later

      Persistent fever

      Infections of the skin, urinary bladder, and upper respiratory tract       

      Female cats: abortion of kittens or other reproductive failures

[Bruce Barwell]

1 dose is always 1 drop, regardless of the age or size of the cat/frequency is only a guide (desperate situations more frequently).

Can be put on food/directly into the animal’s mouth/even a drop put on the body where it is sure to be promptly licked off/can be added to drinking water/afterwards clean the bowl very well.

3 drops to a cup of water in a water bowl.

Nose: Snuffles and sneezing from an infectious condition:

At first sign of a cold: Acon 3 or 4 x daily for a day or two;

If the nose blocks. Samb

With thick discharge (with sneezing): Puls.

Watery discharge with much sneezing: Sabad.

Discharge watery without sneezing: Penth.

These 4 remedies are given 3 or 4 x daily up to 4 days.


Polyps up nose: Teucr. Lemn. Cadm-s. once a day for 5 days.


Allergies: Hist. Psor. 1 or 2 a day as needed for up to 5 days.


Eyes: Surface of eye scratched, but not heavily infected: Calc-hp, 1 or 2 a day for 5 days.

Glaucoma: Can be treated, but best left to a vet who uses homoeopathy.

Cataracts: Perhaps the same advice as for glaucoma, but you could use Corpus vitreum D6 w 1x day for 10 days/Cataract nosode 1x a day for 5 days. Both these medicines may need to be repeated

at monthly intervals.

Foreign body in eye: Coc-c every 2 - 3 hours for up to 36 hours

Ears: Inflammation in ears: Hep if a thick discharge or none visible/Teucr if a watery discharge that seems to scald healthy skin it touches. 1 or 2 a day for up to 5 days.

Haematoma (blood-filled swelling): Kali-m 1 a day for 3 days.

Mouth Loose or damaged teeth: Hekla 1x a day for 5 days

Tartar calculus: It may be necessary to have this picked off, but you could try Calcarea renalis, which often makes the concretions fall off, once a day for 3 days.

Infected gums, gingivitis: Merc-n 1 or 2 a day for up to 10 days.

Throat Tonsillitis: Bar-cit D6 w 1 or 2 a day for up to 10 days.

Laryngitis: Lach 1x or 2x a day for up to 5 days.

Foreign bodies, bones etc. stuck in throat: Probably need an expert to remove them but on the way to the expert give Lob-i every hour or so.

Lungs All lung conditions may need expert attention but you could try the following 2 to 4 hourly for up to 3 days

Bronchitis: Phos

Pneumonia: Hep

Pleurisy: Bry

Heart Best left to an expert, but homoeopathy can work wonders.

Stomach Excessive vomiting in a healthy cat: Ip 1x a day for 3 days/Rob: vomiting as if the stomach is secreting too much acid/Senn: with a breath smelling of acetone (like nail polish).


Pancreas: Pancreatic cancer is not rare in cats. If this has been properly diagnosed, give Cadm-i daily for 5 days, repeating after a gap of 2 or 3 weeks.


Diabetes is very hard to treat successfully: Datisca cannabina (= Scheinhanf/Cucurbitalis/Datiscaceae) C 6


Intestines: Diarrhoea: Ars covers most kinds of diarrhoea, give it hourly for 4 - 5x, then less frequently by improving. If Ars fails Escherichia coli every 2 - 3 hours for up to 3 days.


Constipation: Nux-v or Alum-p once a day for 3 days.


Worms Extravagant claims have been made about homoeopathic remedies ability to kill worms (ditto for herbal remedies, for that matter), try Cupr-o-n C 6 1x day for 5 days


Liver: Chion 1x or 2x daily for 5 days, repeated a few times at 2 week intervals, is a general remedy.


Kidney: Lespedeza macrostyla Fabales. (Fabaceae) C 3


Kidney and bladder stones: Calculi renalis, 1x a day for 10 days.


Bladder Dribbling urine or inability to urinate (male) Thlas. Give it 1x or 2x daily for 10 days.


Skin Reaction to flea bites is met with Flea antigen (from Naturo Pharm). It renders the bites less irritating to the cat, so much so you may underestimate the animal’s flea burden. Some animals become host to house-dust mites, which cause eczema-like complaints. Give House-dust mite daily for 10 days. Aeth-a is a „broad-spectrum“ eczema remedy; give daily for up to 12 days.


First Aid To reduce the effects of shock on a cat when it travels, goes to a new home, a cat show or has a vet visit, give Acon C 1000 before and after the event. The frequency depends on the severity of the situation. Arn over-rated as a medicine for shock or surgery/carries the risk of making bleeding worse. 1. For broken bones Eupat for 4 or 5 days, 2. Symph for a similar period. 3. Calc-p daily for up to 10 days. Clean cuts: Staph. Puncture wounds: Led. Infected bites: Pyrog. All 2 or 3 times daily for up to 10 days.




Pyrog. 1. Feculent and thin mucous, 2. bloody diarrhœa and tenesmus (dog).

Congestion and capillary stasis of gastro-intestinal mucous membrane, shedding of epithelium, bloody fluid distending intestines (dog).

Thirst and vomiting (dog).

Fever: shivers and begins to move about restlessly; temperature rises gradually and as gradually subsides (dog). Temperature rises rapidly to 104° F., and sinks rapidly from heart failure (dog, fatal dose).

Great muscular debility; rapid recovery in few hours (dog).

Severe contracting pain within lower sternum, sometimes ext. to rib-joints and up to throat, as if œsophagus being cramped.Ecchymoses on pleura (dog).

Ecchymoses on heart and pericardium (dog).

Sal-ac.. Muskel-/Gelenkschmerz

Dackel: Lähmung

Horvawart: Nervensystem/Hüfte




Alnus.= vegetatives Pferd

Hipp-r. hat Arsen-ähnliche Wirkung in Pferdezucht

Mallein. = Art Impfung/Diagnoseverfahren um Hipp (= Rotzkrankheit in Pferden) fest zu stellen/= analog an Mantouxtest vor Tb.

Sal-ac. Muskel-/Gelenkschmerz/steht auf 3 Beine; <: nachts/Berührung/Hitze; >: frischer Luft/kalte Anwendungen (legt sich auf kalte Stelle);

Sec. early symptoms include the shedding of hoofs and gangrene of the tail, ears and tongue.

Urt. (d) . alten Schindmähren wieder zu glänzendem Fell und vollblütigem Gebaren zu verhelfen Samen zufüttern.

Tendinitis: = Sehnenentzündung: Rhus-t.generally succeeds better with horses/Anac. more successful with men.



Antimonit ist das Spezifikum zur Behandlung von Erkrankungen des Schweins, denn "kein Thier unter allen ist innerlich dem Menschen gleicher, dann eben dieses" (Johann Schröder).

Ars + Abs + Porcus nutzen Luft nicht richtig. das Flüssige wird nicht genug belüftet/Organen unterversorgt + WOHLbefinden

Sal-ac: Luftwegen (Pleuritis/Pneumonie)/Darmerkrankung durch Infekt (Blutung)/Muskel-/Gelenkschmerz/degenerative Gelenkerkrankung durch Infekt/Arthritis



Staupevirus = Distemper


Vergleich: Morb. (Staupe hat ähnliche Antigenen).



Acidum salicylicum


Akute und chronische entzündliche Gelenkschwellungen.

Gallen in Gelenken, Sehnenscheiden und Schleimbeuteln. Akute Gelenksentzündung mit hochgradigem Schmerz (Pferde vor Schmerz auf 3 Beinen stehend).

Schwein: degenerative Gelenkerkrankungen [Infektion (Staphylokokken)/Arthritis/Polyserositis/Pleuritis/Pneumonie/rheumatischen und osteo-arthritischen Erkrankungen/idiopathischen gastrischen Blutungen].

Tiere können sich bevorzugt an kalten Stellen hinlegen.

Salicylsäure hemmt die Synthese von Prostaglandinen durch die Blockierung des Enzyms Cyclooxygenase ( COX ). Diese Hemmung ist für den größten Teil der pharmakologischen Wirkungen und

für die Toxikologie der Salicylsäure verantwortlich. Die Salicylsäure bindet sich an das aktive Zentrum der Cycloxigenase. Der Acetylsalicylsäure hat sogar eine Verknüpfung der Essigsäure mit der Aminosäure Serin am Zugang zum aktiven Zentrum des Enzyms.

Die Prostaglandine sind Stoffwechselprodukte von ungesättigten Fettsäuren (Arachidonsäure). In fast allen Zellen des Körpers werden Prostaglandine gebildet und finden als Gewebshormone vielfältigen Einsatz. Der Name Prostaglandin leitet sich von der Tatsache her, daß diese bei männlichen Primaten und Schafsböcken in hoher Konzentration im Ejakulat vorkommen.

Die Halbwertzeit der Salicylsäure beträgt bei der Ziege 0,8 Stunden/beim Rind 3 - 7 Stunden/beim Pferd 1 Stunde/beim Schwein 6 - 10 Stunden/beim Hund 7 - 12 Stunden/beim Mensch 20 - 24 Stunden/bei der Katze 22 - 45 Stunden. Katze hat eine sehr lange Halbwertszeit, weil Katzen nur eine schlechte Fähigkeit zur Glucuronidierung von Fremdsubstanzen haben. Daher ist eine Katze beim allopathischen Einsatz von Acetylsalicylsäure auch sehr empfindlich, und es kann leicht zu toxischen Dosen kommen, wenn die langsame Eliminierung nicht beachtet wird.



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