Foreword by Julian Barnard Introduction - Lucky's story Chapter One - What are the Bach flower remedies? Chapter Two - Bach flower remedies and dogs Chapter Three - The 38 remedies Chapter Four - Bach flower remedies in specific areas of canine care Chapter Five - Owners who need Bach flower remedies Chapter Six - Practicalities of using Bach flower remedies with animals Chapter Seven - Frequently-asked questions Chapter Eight - Bach flower remedy combinations Chapter Nine - Case histories from the S.A.F.E.R archives Appendix - Resources and further learning
Martin Scott and Gael Mariani are the founders and directors of the Society for Animal Flower Essence Research (S.A.F.E.R). They are the authors and tutors of many courses on natural animal healthcare including the Animal Care College's Complementary Therapies for Pets and the newly launched Bach Flower Remedies in Canine Care. They have lectured internationally on the subject and are well known through their popular two-page monthly column, "Martin and Gael's Natural Health Page", in Dogs Monthly magazine in the UK (circulation approx 20,000). S.A.F.E.R provides training and education to UK animal welfare charities such as the Cinnamon Trust and RSPCA. Scott and Mariani are Tutors and course writers, Animal Care College; Associates of and advisors to the Canine and Feline Behaviour Association; and Former Fellows of the British Institute of Homeopathy ---- Julian Barnard is a true scholar of Dr. Bach's life, perhaps more than anyone else alive today. He is the editor of Collected Works, the first complete collection of Dr. Bach's published writings, and the author of Patterns of Life Force, a review of Bach's life published in 1988, and of Bach Flower Remedies: Form & Function in 2004.
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