Homeopathy for Horses 
and other animals
Susan L. Guran
Homeopathic Practitioner
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Homeopathy for Horses ® Middlebury,VT
"Homeopathy is wholly capable of satisfying the therapeutic demands of this age 
better than any other system or school of medicine."

Dr. Charles Menninger M.D., Founder Menninger Clinic


Homeopathy for Animals

Animals are very responsive to homeopathic treatment.  Homeopathy is a way to address your pet's chronic 
health issues to reduce their dependence on palliative or temporary drug treatments, such as antibiotics and 
steroids. Treating your animal constitutionally once or twice a year will improve his/her overall health, reduce exposure to Lyme and other diseases and with horses in particular, significantly reduce the size of your vet bills. 

Understanding Homeopathy

In experiments done with sound waves, when two speakers are placed diagonally in a square room facing each other, playing identical sound frequencies, the sound completely disappears in the center of the room. These
identical, opposite waves neutralize and erase each other.  I use this example as a way to conceptualize the concept of "like cures like" that is used to explain homeopathy--the corresponding substance that would elicit the symptoms an individual expresses (if given at full strength), is given in highly diluted form to "neutralize" the imbalance.

Your Practitioner

Susan studied and trained with Dr. Paul Herscu and Dr. Amy Rothenberg at the New England School of Homeopathy. Their progressive system of case analysis revolutionized the field of Homeopathy, allowing practitioners trained in this method to treat a vast array of cases with great accuracy and success.  She is continuously involved in specialized and clinical training, as well as volunteer work to enhance her exposure 
to a vast array of cases and provide maximum benefit to her clients.  Susan writes a regular column for Equine Wellness Magazine.  


"The art of healing comes from nature, not from the physician.  
Therefore the physician must start from nature, with an open mind."
Philipus Aureolus Paracelsus