Towards A Veterinary Repertory

About the author

Richard H. Pitcairn

Dr. Richard Pitcairn graduated from veterinary school in 1965, from the University of California at Davis, California, and worked on a PhD degree emphasizing the study of viruses, immunology and biochemistry. Working in a mixed practice he saw a wide variety of health problems, but to his disappointment, did not see the results that he expected using the treatments learned in veterinary school. He became interested in alternative medicine, nutrition and homeopathy. He found homeopathy to be intellectually complete and satisfying, and after studying and using it for some 20 plus years, has had remarkable success. Since 1992 he has taught a yearly course, The Professional Course in Veterinary Homeopathy, to train animal doctors in homeopathy.
Dr. Pitcairn was a founding member of the Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy and also served as its president. With Susan Pitcairn he wrote two editions of Natural Health for Dogs and Cats, a classic in the field, which sold over 350,000 copies.


  • Hi Dr Pitcairn,
    Thanks for your ‘Towards A Veterinary Repertory’ you understant the animals pain.
    with reg.

    Prof Shaikh Shamsur Rahman
    Abu Dhabi

  • In my humble opinion we should try to make Kent’s repertory more user friendly by highlighting rubrics verified in animals .This will serve two purpose it’s confirmation on animals and make veterinarian’s search easy .I find his repertory very helpful in my most difficult cases .

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