Category Archives: English

Oct 2021
Vergiftung Pferd

Equine fescue edema – poisoning in the horse meadow

If your horse is out in the pasture and has recurring swellings and edema,

you should definitely think about edema.

Often the swelling and edema decrease when the horse is in motion.

Equine fescue edema is caused by grass poisoning.

Other diseases that are triggered by this are:

– fescue edema

– Ergot poisoning

ryegrass staggers

– liver damage

Symptoms can be:

– Swelling of the parotid glands, nostrils, eyes, lips

– Edema of the genital organs, neck and trunk

– Water retention on the head

– drowsiness

– Infertility of mares

– Intestinal paralysis – and obstruction

– colic

– swollen joints

– Tremble

– headshaking

– Frightfulness

– Laminitis

– Mallenders

– Sallenders

– skin and coat problems

– tarnished legs

– abnormal liver values

– frequent inflammation of the eyes


The poisoning is caused by endophytes.

Endophytes are fungi that enter into a community with plants.

The fungus penetrates the entire plant from the stem to the leaves and flowers.

The endophytes get stressed by drought, heat, cold, water supply or eating

through insects or grazing animals, they produce increased toxins.

These toxins are supposed to prevent the predators from continuing to eat.

It is concentrated poison and animals will eat it when nothing else is available.

If horses ingest too large quantities, serious illnesses can result,

which can also be fatal.

Endophytic seeds are sold to make the plants more resilient and the meadows more resilient

make it more profitable.

The following types of grass are particularly affected:

– German ryegrass

– Meadow fescue

– Red fescue

What to do:

– Feed zeolite / bentonite to bind and remove the mycotoxins

– Assist the liver to evacuate the toxins

– Free hay

– slow grazing

– Alternating grazing

– Take special care in summer and autumn because of stress on the endophytes

temperature fluctuations

– sow a variety of grass species

The best is to test individually the appropiate remedies to support your horse in recovery.

This could be perfectly done with bioresonance according to the BNR method, kinesiology or tensor.

Jun 2021
Katze Diabetes

Cat – diabetes mellitus

Blood sugar, i.e. the amount of glucose in the blood, is absorbed into the cells in healthy animals by through insulin and used to generate energy.

Insulin is made in the islet cells of the pancreas and released into the bloodstream when needed.

In the case of diabetes, either the body’s own insulin can no longer be produced sufficiently, then we speak of insulin deficiency and / or the body does not respond adequately to the existing insulin for various reasons, this is called insulin resistance.

As a result, the glucose level in the blood rises sharply and leads to the following symptoms.


– weakness

– listlessness

– loss of appetite

– weight loss

– Loss of vision (this is often not noticed immediately, as the cat is secure finding the way around

in the apartment)

– increased or reduced feed intake

– frequent urination

– increased drinking

– Restriction of jumping ability

– the hind legs sag deeply when walking, the cat is already walking on the hocks

Risk factors for diabetes

– obesity

– sedentary lifestyle

– Age

– castration

– hormonal diseases

– Chronic inflammation

– Certain medications


– Insulin

– Feed changeover / adaptation

The timing of feeding and insulin injection should be coordinated.

The insulin should be injected after the cat has already eaten something.

The right food should be tested individually.


Remission is the term used to describe the regression of symptoms of the disease.

In cats with diabetes, remission is 30-50%, especially if they are adjusted well within the first 6 months.

In addition, accompanying naturopathic support is very helpful.

With bioresonance therapy, the required remedies can be tested individually,

so you can be sure that your cat is getting exactly what it really needs.

Get well soon.

May 2021

The bored dog – we should change that

Always the same park, always the same dog lap, always the same dogs, always the

same time for a dog walk, always the same feed.

This constant routine can be immensely boring for our dogs and they run listlessly

next to or behind us.

In most cases we get it wrong and often even assume that it is simply because

he is getting older.

How nice would it be, if you could change that.

Have a look whether:

– you always discover new ways to go for a walk with your dog

– maybe you can go to times

– your dog has enough brain work

– your dog really enjoys being with you

Dogs not only want to run, they also need brain work.

If you haven’t already done that, dummy training or target object search (ZOS training)

might be an idea.

Look for treats in the leaves or teach your dog funny commands –

such as jumping on tree stumps to take “photos”.

And of course there are still thousands of ideas …

Bringing variety into the dog feed and little surprise will make your dog even happier.

Your dog will be thankful if you are attentive to him, he will be attentive to you as well

and you will have a happy, even-tempered dog.

Apr 2021

Young dog – pimples and pustules – young dog acne

Is your dog between 3 months and 1 year old?

Does he have pimples, pustules, crusts on his chin, muzzle, armpit, chest, stomach or or or?

In most cases it is then young dog acne.

This, also known as pyoderma, is a bacterial skin inflammation.

It is comparable to the puberty pimples of adolescents.

The following symptoms are possible:

– pimples

– pustules

– crusts

– Hair loss … on the chin, muzzle, armpits, chest, stomach

Causes can be:

– hormonal changes

– nutritional deficiency

– inheritance

– disturbed immune system (by vaccinations, deworming, antibiosis, chemical flea- and

tick ​​prophylaxis)

It is important to have a differential diagnostic check that it is not a mite

or other parasites or an allergic contact reaction.


– build up the immune system

– build up Intestinal flora

– supply of vital substances

– In addition, special nutrient supply for the skin and fur

– good nutrition, if possible organic

– Stress reduction

– External treatment e.g. with cistus tea, propolis, calendula, Calapo Skin Balm, Belavet,

  Aloe vera

First of all, the immune system should be brought back into balance.

The immune system gets out of balance due to vaccinations, deworming, antibiosis, chemical flea- and tick ​​prophylaxis, other medications.

Please be careful that the dog does not lick the affected areas.

If your dog is severely affected, please always consult a veterinarian.

If the immune system is back in balance, the acne usually heals quickly.

It is important to have all remedies and nutrition tested individually for your animal – this works wonderfully with tensor, kinesiology or bioresonance.

Get well soon.

Jan 2021

Dog – ear hematoma

An ear hematoma is a hematoma on the dog’s ear.

There are different reasons for an ear hematoma:

– ear disease

– ear infection

– the itching causes the dog to scratch its ear, shake its head

– Injuries to the ear

– more often in dog breeds with drooping ears

The dog’s ear is swollen, different and therefore uncomfortable for the dog.

Most of the time, the dog keeps scratching, shaking its head and holding it crooked,

so it keeps getting worse.

It is important to eliminate the cause.

If he has an ear infection, please have it checked by the vet, as this could also go very deep.

The ears should be checked regularly and cleaned if necessary.

In most cases, it is enough to wipe them off with a cotton pad.

Remedies must be given only in more severe cases.

The vet would puncture the ear, insert tubes and, if that is not enough, will operate.

I have had the best experience doing the following:

– Heparin ointment – apply it to the ear every day so that the bruise dissolves

– Arnica Globuli – daily in changing potencies (best to test each individually)

– tie up the ear (either with a bandage or ear protection from a specialist shop)

If the blood ear is treated in this way every day, it will in most cases be healthy again in 2 – 4 weeks.

Nov 2020
Hündin scheinträchtig

Bitch – false pregnancy

Many bitches are false pregnant after the heat.

The false pregnancy occurs between 3 – 12 weeks after the heat and can

take several weeks, it varies from dog to dog.

False pregnancy is not a disease.

Possible symptoms:

– Nest building behavior

– milk flow

– Swelling of the teats – with reddening

– skin problems

– loss of energy

– not hungry

– Cramps like in labor

– Changes in personality, character and behavior

– doesn´t want to be alone

– whine, cry

– need a lot of attention

– are very affectionate

– restless, irritable

– obsessed with their toys

– Aggression when someone tries to take their toys away

– the toy is the puppy substitute

The hormone level after heat is very similar to that of pregnant bitches,

this can lead to false pregnancy.

In addition to the possible changes in behavior, the following diseases could also be triggered by the false pregnancy:

– Inflammation of the teats due to strong licking of the teats

– Inflammation of the breasts due to blocked milk

– ovarian cysts

– ulcerations of the uterus

– mammary tumors

Depending on the symptom of false pregnancy, you can use the right naturopathic remedies

choose to support the bitch.

These include the homeopathic remedies Pulsatilla, Ignatia, Phytolacca, Silicea and Sulphur for skin problems.

You can also give your dog other thoughts with walks, games and tricks.

Again and again it is advised to remove toys. In my experience, bitches are much more relaxed when you let them.

Should the false pregnancy lead to severe symptoms or consequences, it should definitely

a veterinarian should be consulted.

Oct 2020

Cat – giardia/ giardiosis

Giardia are parasites that can cause severe diarrhea in cats, many other animals and humans.

It can lead to severe inflammation of the small intestine.

The diarrhea often alternates with normal defecation.

The feces are slimy, smelly and sometimes bloody.

Most of the time, the cats are fine nevertheless.

Giardia are spread through ingestion of contaminated water and / or contact with infected animals.

Stress can also lead to an outbreak of giardia.

The diarrhea is a healthy reaction of the body, because it tries to get rid of the Giardia.

Conventional medicine treats it with e.g. Panacur.

However, this does not eliminate the cause.

Cause intestinal flora & immune system

The cause is a non-intact intestinal flora and thus a non-intact immune system.

If the intestinal flora is not in balance, neither can the immune system.

Without a healthy immune system, the cat cannot fight off the parasites.

Because of this, many kittens have a Giardia problem because the immune system is still

is not fully developed or is sensitively disturbed by vaccinations, de-worming, etc.

If the intestinal flora is built up and completely “dense”, the Giardia has no chance any longer.

The first thing to do is to rebuild the intestinal flora.

Cause nutrition

Diet also plays a major role.

Cats are strict carnivores, and a wild cat’s diet would contain almost no carbohydrates.

Giardia feed on carbohydrates.

This means that dry food and wet food containing carbohydrates should be removed from the food plan immediately in order to starve the Giardia – and to feed the cat appropriately.

Cause stress

If diarrhea persists, it is important to check if the cat is stressed.

This can be triggered by a wide variety of causes, such as construction work, the other cat(s),

new people in the environment, changes in routine … etc.


With the bioresonance analysis I can test which remedies for the intestinal flora are right for your cat, which food would support it and what it on top needs against the Giardia.

Depending on where the stress-inducing cause lies, the treatment should start individually and specifically.Bi

Aug 2020
alter Hund

“He’s already old” – that’s not always true – there can be many other reasons

We all are getting older.

Our animals feel the same way, only much faster because of their shorter lifespan.

We usually only see their pain and complaints when the animals can no longer help themselves,

they put away so much, surrender to their fate, accept and somehow carry on.

For this reason, it is important to look carefully.

Sometimes it’s just not what we think it is.

The dog suddenly slows down, can no longer jump into the car, just trots along listlessly while walking or or or …

We think, oh, he’s getting old and just take it.

Often, however, there are completely different causes behind it, such as an hypothyroidism, claws that are too long, diabetes, Addison’s disease …

And once these causes have been identified and treated, the “old” dog is much livelier again.

This means that the dog needs more attention as it ages.

Especially when something changes in his agility, his temperament or his behavior, you should react immediately and have everything checked.

A blood check and a detailed examination are the basic requirements.

If there is then an exact diagnosis, you should check carefully whether conventional medical support is sufficient or whether the dog needs additional physiotherapy or naturopathic support.

Jun 2020

HPU, horse – the next “illness” to make money?

Cryptopyrroluria - short CPU, is a metabolic disorder.
Meanwhile, this disorder is also called hemopyrrolactamuria - HPU.

This disorder was first discovered in humans and the different names
result from the measuring methods of the labs.
It is not a disease, but a metabolic disorder.

What happens in the body
The horse's immune system is considerably disturbed by vaccinations, de-worming, medication, mycotoxins, pesticides, preservatives and dyes in feed.
The liver needs vitamin B6, zinc and manganese to be able to excrete these toxins.
The intestinal flora is destroyed by antibiosis, worming, etc.
As a result, the vitamin B synthesis is disturbed and vital substances cannot be absorbed.
So the entire metabolism derailed.
Because of this metabolic derailment, there is a high loss of vitamin B6, zinc, manganese and other nutrients. These are increasingly excreted in the urine and can´t be compensated through food.

Symptoms of a metabolic disorder can be
- gastrointestinal problems such as colic, diarrhea, fecal water, flatulence
- Eczema, mallanders, sallanders, thrush
- Skin and allergy problems such as dull fur, slow change of fur, cough
- Laminitis
- Cushing, EMS, PSSM, IMM
- The reference values ​​of the vital substances in the blood are below or at the lowest limit
- not good horn formation, bone and tooth problems
- muscle problems

The main problems are the disturbance of the intestinal flora and incorrect feeding.
Therapy should therefore consist of the following factors:
- Rehabilitation of the intestinal flora
- Checking and changing the feeding
- Hay, straw, mineral feed, detoxification - everything should be individually tailored to your horse
- housing conditions
- reduce stress factors
- adequate, species-appropriate movement
- Avoid vaccinations, drugs, etc. that destroy the intestinal flora and the immune system

So CPU / HPU is not an independent disease - don't let anyone tell you,
especially not from someone who wants to sell you products in addition to an analysis of pyrrole excretion.
There is no CPU / HPU in horses - and also not in dogs.
May 2020
Epulids Hund

Epulids – bioreosonance according to the BNR-method

Epulids are benign growths in a dog’s mouth.

Epulids can occur in all dogs.

Epulids can have different shapes, mushroom or stem, round, uneven or smooth.

There are basically two types:

– fibromatous (made of soft tissue)

– ossifying (containing bones)

– but there are also mixed forms

Bad breath and weight loss can be symptoms.

If your dog is obviously in pain when eating, you should definitely

have the mouth examined.

The veterinarian will first clarify whether they are benign epulids

and probably want to surgically remove them.

It is not always necessary to operate immediately.

With natural remedies I have the best experience with CDS / CDL diluted in water

and dab the epulids 3 times a day.

Since the epulids can come back, the treatment should be supported by naturopathy, this includes building up intestinal flora, supplying vital substances and detoxification.

What your dog needs to get back in its balance, to build up the immune system and the body environment, is best tested individually.

The bioresonance analysis is suitable for individual tests – most individually according to the BNR- method, tensor, pendulum or kinesiology.