As a conventionally trained veterinarian with a background in biomedical and clinical research, I incorrectly believed that I had already learned enough to help most of my patients.
Sam, a 12-year-old miniature Dashchund, was presented for chiropractic treatment after being diagnosed with intervertebral disc disease in the cervical area. Despite several weeks of medication with an anti-inflammatory drug and a muscle relaxer, he was still experiencing severe episodes of muscle spasm and neck pain.
This is an excerpt from Dr. Chambreau's wonderful "Healthy Animal's Journal". It is a great way to learn how to keep a medical journal for your pet (which I also advise):
You have improved the diet and still your animal is not as healthy as you would like. You are ready to find some approaches different from the conventional ones used so far. As in the field of human health, there are many different approaches for healing. Conventional medicine predominates in the Western world and is taught in most of the veterinary and medical schools. More than 50% of people are now seeking holistic treatment options for themselves and now for themselves as well.
A Longer Excerpt From The Journal (which you can buy directly from Dr. Chambreau by e-mailing her at the above link):
This is an excerpt from Dr. Chambreau's wonderful Healthy Animals Journal. Journaling for your pet provides invaluable information for your veterinary homeopath.