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Doubt about Lycopodium 30CH

The vet prescribed chamomila 200 CH for my 4 years dog in July , but his behavior didnt changed a lot ( the idea was to decrease his anxiety, agitation and he was becoming in the last months more agressive) . After 1 month of Chamomila the doctor changed ( 3 weeks ago) for Lycopodium 30CH ( 2x - in the first week - 1X -in the others week). After one week I noticed that he was more reactive and a litlle bit more agressive. Ten days ago my sister said that he was being agressive with our older dog, and since last week he start to be really more agressive against us, bitiing us. I stopped the medication , and the vet only told me to wait untill next week. Is there anything that I can give him to help to calm down his behavior. I am not satisfied with this doctor, since the first prescrition . And in im my country is too expensive to call a vet doctor, because they are rare or live far away.I am really worried. Thank for the help. For matters of privacy I dont write the name of my pet, but I am really worried about him: I want help him , he was rescued from the streets when he was one 1 year old. Thanks.
  kbs19 on 2017-09-18
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Lyc is bossy and dominant. If this has not worked, Nux is one option which has aggressiveness and violence.

If your vet is giving single remedy he/she is the best bet because many vet h'paths practice polypharmacy.

You can also consider Bach Flower essence to calm him down.
maheeru 5 years ago

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