Baie, baie dankie vir jou hulp met Tierkat en Dimitri die afgelope 2 maande. Soos jy weet, was die 14jarige Tierkat op sterwe agv nierversaking na sy ontberinge tydens ons verhuising van Pretoria na Knysna.
Dr Anuska was my last hope after my 7-year-old feral rescue DSH cat suddenly started having bad coughing fits in winter 2013. After the fits, her breathing would be rapid and laboured and she would be stressed out and exhausted. Sometimes she would have a fit every 20 minutes – it was heart-breaking. I was afraid I was going to lose her…
Billy Stroh (a 6 yr old neutered male Pomeranian) was rather distressed when he first arrived at the Simply Vets practice six months ago. Depressed, with severe anxiety, he had developed a hair loss condition called Alopecia X (also known as Black Skin Disease). One could mistake him for a Chinese Crested Dog. He had already been to specialists and many general vets for treatment, but Alopecia X is very hard to treat.
This is Robbie. He is an elderly, distinguished gent with liver, kidney, cataract and arthritis problems. He also tends to chew patches on his feet till they are bleeding. He was almost terminal with liver condition 18 months ago but rallied very well on homeopathy and nutritional supplements. Acupuncture and crystal healing have helped him even further and he found his hop and skip again after several years of not being strong enough to do it.
This is Rogue. She has had severe stifle (knee) arthritis and conventional medicine no longer had anything more it could offer her. She did really well on acupunture and despite the muzzle (safety first), she was quite content to have needles inserted. Note the acupuncture needles in her back.
This is Archie. He has had itchy skin which has manifested mainly around his back end and tummy region. Using a combination of homeopathy, nutrition and herbs we managed to help his condition considerably.
This is Billie. She has had an arthritic shoulder and itchy red skin all over. Owing to a combination of homeopathy and acupuncture (note the needles in her knee), she no longer limps and her skin has cleared up completely.
This is Bella. Bella was butten by a snake. Most likely a Puff-adder. This causes marked tissue swelling and necrosis (cell death) as well as bleeding. If enough serum was been injected by the snake it is often fatal.