Natural pet remedies became part of my life in the early 1990s, my passion for helping and rescuing dogs, cats and birds began when I was a child in the early 1970s. Through my love for animal friends I began teaching how to care for them holistically along with others such as Cindy Schleuss, Sarah Fulcher, Cert.CBST and Michele Jarvis Wonnacott. In 2003-2012 during my time as founder, owner, and practitioner of Simple Remedies Herbal Solutions in Victoria, BC, Canada, I noticed more people were seeking natural remedies because they felt at a loss with what to do for their sick animal friend. Today 2015, I notice more people are accepting, appreciative and pursuing natural pet remedies because they can see the increase of health and emotional issues our animal friends are suffering.
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Today there are even veterinarians who are practicing holistic pet care, recommending a real whole food diet, herbal and homeopathic remedies, massage, acupuncture, Reiki, and chiropractic adjustments. Some even work with animal communicators.
Touch Therapy - Through touch we are able to connect and assist in
helping with tight muscles, muscle cramps, pain, inflammation and
calming the nervous system. Touch such as Massage and Energy work-
Craniosacral, Reiki and Acupressure allow us to connect with our animal
friend during times of need and to help them maintain a strong healthy
Natural healing for pets
Is your animal friend suffering from stiffness or arthritis?
Are you aware you have the ability to do integrative touch therapy on your animal friend for stiffness or arthritis as well as preventing these and other conditions?
Do you know the food you are feeding them may be causing these symptoms?
Integrative touch therapy is known to help with:
All animals can benefit from natural pet remedies such as integrative touch therapy because it is very calming and relaxing
Essential oils are 75-100 times more concentrated than dried herbs and flowers. They contain many of the same properties as dried herbs, such as anti-viral, anti-septic properties.
Scents have an influence on the endocrine system (hormonal system), metabolism, insulin production, stress levels, sex drive, body temperature and appetite. Out of our senses, smell is directly transmitted to the hypothalamus which affects our mood, motivation and creativity. Smell also affects our emotions, feeling and memories.
Do you know whole prepared food is the foundation to overall health?
Do you know homemade meals or packaged raw food meals constitute a natural balance pet food diet and can reduce disease in dogs and increase their health, just like they do for people?
A blend of herbs, algae, sea vegetables and a *digestive formula to enhance well-being.
Are you interested in learning how to make your own natural first aid kit?
greyhound rescue, is prone to accidents and manages to get cuts and
scrapes like a small child. Carola's animal friends first aid kit has
been well used and greatly appreciated; it consist of plants that have
natural antibiotic properties, homeopathic that
help with pain and inflammation, and flower essences to help with
and stress from being injured. The
beauty of a natural first aid kit is that it also can be applied to
Carola Schleuss, a California State Certified Nutrition Consultant, Certified Bodywork/Energy Therapist and a Herbalist, has been working with animal friends naturally for over 22 years. During her time (2003-2012) as owner and practitioner of Simple Remedies Herbal Solutions, in Victoria, BC, Canada, Carola had the opportunity to assist many animal friends into better health. Some animal friends were in very poor health and she is thankful to those veterinarians who work with animal friends naturally so she could refer her clients to them when it was out of her scope of assistance. These veterinarians educate their patients on a whole real food diet, provide eastern and western herbal medicine and homeopathic remedies, use acupuncture, Reiki and massage, and work with chiropractors who adjust animal friends.
Carola is also a contributor to the Herbal Collective Magazine, where she has been writing for animal friends since 2005.
Carola began learning about natural pet remedies by reading many natural pet health books, which began her journey into taking care of her animal friends naturally. Two of her favorite books are the Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine textbook, and Kindred Spirits by Dr. Allen Schoen, in which he shares the story of why he learned how to treat dogs with hip dysplasia and other life-threatening disorders.
Two of the first books she purchased on natural pet remedies were: Dr. Pitcairn’s Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs and Cats and Dr. Martin Goldstein's The Nature of Animal Healing. Reading these books back in 1995 inspired Carola to begin applying natural remedies and feeding her animal friends homemade food. Today Carola has three dogs and three cats who remain healthy on a whole food diet, receiving Reiki and other bodywork therapies and her special herbal formula Q's Super Greens for Animal Friends in their meals.