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Any practitioner treating pet dogs using homeopathy ?

Have come across references to homeopathy practitioners treating various health conditions of dogs (and other pets). Wondering if there are practitioners here for the same ?

I have an Indie (Indian native breed) 11 month old puppy. I have had to take him to the vet thrice in last 1.5 months due to skin issues. He has already been on antibiotics course twice, and today again another antibiotics course was prescribed, which seems a bit excessive. First time (in the last 1.5 months) I saw this new (very popular) vet, it turned out to be a tick/lice infestation, which seemed to clear up with a shampoo and specific spray, a course of antibiotics etc. The puppy was very itchy, lathargic, had visible boils mostly on his underbelly. Second time, I took him because he had again become itchy, lathargic and seemed to be running a slight fever (which turned out to be true). He was again given some anti-biotics, some eardrops (as he seemed to have some inflammation in his ears. He again got better. Now he has become slightly itchy, but the boils seem to be quite a few, few on this back as well, got much reduced appetite and slightly lathargic. He still loves to go outdoors if he can, and will chase other dogs and act all energetic.
  falcon74 on 2021-09-04
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