My career began in 1984 when I qualified as a pharmacist which put me on the frontline of human healthcare, conventional medicine and the human behaviour to self-medicate.
When my own health – and that of my dogs – came under fire, I started questioning and seeking alternatives. My scientific background made me sceptical of natural methods. However, I gradually realised that conventional medicine often created more imbalance to a health state that was already off-kilter!
I trained and qualified in a specialised form of animal behavioural science, known as ‘Zoopharmacognosy’, where animals can self-medicate from nature’s pharmacy in a safe, facilitated therapy. With this therapy, I achieved noticeable results for both behavioural and physical animal health problems.