Herbal Medicine is probably the oldest form of medicine man has used to treat himself and his animals since records began. Dogs and other animals have used herbal medicine even before that you could say. It has been recorded that Asclepius (the Greek god of medicine) admired the dog most of all, as the dog finds herbs to eat specifically for treatment of ailments. Noted English herbalist Juliette de Bairacli Levy observed her kennel of Afghan hounds for decades, and observed that they preferentially eat certain herbs from her garden, including couch grass, wild oats, cleavers, lemon grass, wood sage, fennel, mustard, strawberry, garlic and borage . Cats, of course, seek out and raid any stand of catnip they may find.
You can read more about herbs and how I use them on my vet advice website naturalpetcare.vet
These herbs described here are a range of herbs I have learned about and approved and recommend to some of my clients. They are produced locally on the Wirral by Warrior Bullz Katie and Jason Miller as supplements for your pets. The descriptions we use on this shop site are not permitted give claims for specific medical uses by the Veterinary Medicines Directorate please consult me or another holistic/herbal vet if you want to know more.