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Do You Want To Treat Your Animals With Natural Remedies?

A large number of herbal and nutrient supplements are available over-the-counter from supermarkets, health food stores, pharmacies and online. However, many of these products can be sub-standard in quality with low levels of active ingredients and large amounts of ‘cheap fillers’.

Furthermore, a large number of supplements are manufactured overseas in countries that do not follow strict manufacturing guidelines. This is why we recommend purchasing your herbal medicines, nutrient supplements and other natural remedies for animals through holistic veterinarians or qualified natural animal health practitioners as they are more likely to stock the best natural medicines available for your pets. A trained Holistic Animal Health Practitioner, Animal Naturopath, Animal Herbalist or Holistic Veterinarian usually knows the best sources of herbal medicines for animals, nutrient supplements for animals and homeopathic medicines for animals. 

In addition, we do not recommend the self-prescribing of herbal medicines or nutrient therapies to companion animals or livestock as these supplements and medicines can be dangerous when incorrectly given or at the very least, may be ineffective. Many substances deemed to be safe in humans may be toxic or even fatal to other species e.g. tea tree oil can be highly toxic to cats. HATO only recommends the use of herbal medicines and nutrient therapies for animals when they have been purchased through or prescribed by a Holistic Veterinarian or qualified Holistic Animal Health practitioner, Animal Herbalist or Animal Naturopath that is well trained in animal health and complementary medicine for animals. 

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DISCLAIMER: HATO acts as a reference source of practitioners who practice various natural animal therapies. No endorsements or recommendations are intended. This listing is for informational purposes only.  It is up to the reader to determine the appropriate professional care. HATO does not specifically endorse or recommend any practitioner and you must choose carefully. HATO is not responsible for any loss, damage or injury caused, or alleged to be caused, by any of HATO’s current or past members. The practitioner directory is intended to act as a general guide only for the public to find information on holistic animal health practitioners, holistic veterinarians, animal naturopaths, animal herbalists, animal homeopaths, animal nutritionists, animal massage therapists and animal bowen therapists. The advice given by individual provider members is not necessarily that of HATO’s, its employees, director, or affiliates. You are encouraged to make your own decisions for your pets based upon your research.