Something that often puts people off of using complementary therapies or just taking a holistic approach to animal care, is that will be – or is – expensive.
But are therapies, products, supplements really that expensive compared to “conventional approaches”?
Veterinary fees to treat an ailment can escalate quickly. Sometimes of course, an ailment is a sudden event – for instance after an accident, and so veterinary treatment is completely unavoidable and essential.
Some ailments though can be supported or avoided through preventative measures.
The cost of therapies/supplements and other products to support a holistic approach can seem expensive, but they can be used to help prevent ill-health developing in the first place. As the phrase goes “prevention is better than cure” – I would add that prevention can also be argued to be cheaper in the long-run than cure!
Until next time,
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