Conference Speakers

Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy 2023 Conference and Annual Meeting

Jody Bearman, DVM, CVH

Lecture Title: Lac remedies for treating animals

Lecture Time: 2 hours

Abstract: Milk, or Lac, remedies are commonly used in homeopathic prescribing for humans. This lecture will demonstrate reasons for using them in non-human animals and give several case studies for Lac caninum, Lac equinum and Lac felinum.

Objective 1: To understand the Lac remedies in homeopathic prescribing.

Objective 2: To know when to use the Lac remedies instead of more commonly prescribed remedies in our companion animals.


Wendy Jensen, DVM, CVH

Lecture time: 3 hours

Incorporating the Organon Into Our Practices — Part 1

Hahnemann’s Organon, written during the heyday of mercury and sulfur, still provides reliable guidance for the practice of homeopathy in today’s heyday of antibiotics and steroids. This lecture will explore the meaning and application of several aphorisms, with case examples that bring Hahnemann’s words to life.

Objective 1: To examine case-taking and work-ups for chronic disease patients.

Objective 2: To explore clinical presentations from my practice, and the methods of gathering and evaluating data to determine the prescription, within today’s modern veterinary hospital.

Incorporating the Organon Into Our Practices — Part 2

Objective 1: To examine prescription follow-ups for chronic disease patients, according to guidelines in the Organon.

Objective 2: To examine several chronic patient responses in order to illustrate Organon principles and practices.


Martha Lindsay DVM, CVH

Lecture Title: Homeopathic Prescribing for Fear Aggression

Lecture Time: 1.5 hours

Abstract: Taking on a significantly fear aggressive canine case can be a daunting proposition. Homeopathy can give these animals a chance at life with their loving family. This lecture will point out the management considerations in addition to classical homeopathic prescribing methodology. A case example will be presented.

Objective 1:

How to take an aggressive behavior case initial history to decide whether or not to offer homeopathy and then design an appropriate safety management program prior to homeopathic prescribing.

Objective 2:

To demonstrate the classical homeopathic approach to an aggressive dog case and evaluation of the response to the selected homeopathic medicine.

Jennifer Ramelmeier, DVM, CVH, CVTP

Lecture time: 3 hours



Homeopathy is a valuable tool in the treatment of all cancers benign and malignant.  The lecture will review proper preparation of the patient using diet and food based supplements, along with a few case examples of how the approaches of Dr AU Ramarkrishnan and Luc De Shepper can be utilized.

Objective 1:

Demonstrate proper preparation of the cancer patient

Objective 2:

Demonstrate different approaches to administration of remedies determined by classical prescribing using a few case examples.



Presentation of multiple largely successful cases using Classical homeopathy.  Most of the cases resolved completely but the author will also present cases where the mass stayed static and long term quality life resulted.

Objective 1:

Demonstrate the ability of classical homeopathy to reverse cancer.

Objective 2.

Demonstrate common rubrics and prescribing approach for the treatment of cancer


Rosa Isela Ramirez, MVZ, CVH

2 hrs each lecture, 4 hours total

TITLE: Homeopathy for cancer treatment

OBJECTIVE: To understand how homeopathy can cure or ameliorate cancer.

OBJECTIVE: To provide examples in the use of homeopathy as a solo or adjunctive therapy in treating cancer patients.

ABSTRACT: Homeopathy can provide symptom relief to the cancer patient, and cure the disease process, alleviating symptoms without unwanted side

effects. It can be used as a complementary therapy or as solo therapy. This lecture will show remarkable cases and their progression.

TITLE: Idiopathic epilepsy in dogs: Successful treatment with homeopathy

OBJECTIVE: To demonstrate the efficacy of homeopathy in the treatment of epilepsy.

OBJECTIVE: To provide information in the use of homeopathy as a solo therapy in epilepsy.

ABSTRACT: Epilepsy is one of the most common neurological disorders recognized in dogs. The chronic use of pharmaceuticals in the treatment of epilepsy can cause organ damage and other unwanted side effects. Homeopathy can resolve idiopathic epilepsy without the risk of chronic medications and their concomitant undesirable effects.


Don Hamilton, DVM

Lecture time: 2.5 hours

Lecture Title: Placenta humanum as a grief remedy
Lecture Time: One hour
While we commonly use such remedies as Ignatia, Natrum muriaticum, and
Phosphoric acid for unresolved grief, in many cases these are not
sufficient. Placenta can be successful in relieving grief when the
grief (and physical ailments) relate to a mother figure.

Objective One: Presentation of two cases of Placenta, one in a dog and
one in a parrot.
Objective Two: Short discussion of mother figures in companion animals

Lecture Title: Bowel Nosodes as adjunct remedies
Lecture Time: One hour
The bowel nosodes, while not classically proven, have over a century of
application and therefore a track record of indication and clinical
success. These medications, prepared according to homeopathic
specifications, can be quite helpful as complementary or intercurrent
remedies in certain cases.

Objective one: Presentation of a short overview of the bowel nosodes.
Objective two: Presentation of cases using bowel nosodes to aid or
complete cures.