Introduction to Homeopathy
I grew up midway between Wichita and Dodge City, Kansas on a sheep & crop farm with 500 head of Western range ewes. We kids did the majority of sheep chores during the winter lambing months, before the ewes went out to winter wheat pasture. After 1 long day of tail docking and castrations, the flock was rotated through various summer pastures of alfalfa brome and grasses growing along the Pawnee creek, a tributary of the Arkansas River.
I was active in 4-H, which gave me credentials during the time before Affirmative Action, and I was accepted into Kansas State University veterinary school, graduating as a DVM in 1976. I headed East, to NYC and the Animal Medical Center for their continuing education, and I eventually built a small animal hospital in the East Village of Manhattan. I later merged my practice with Dr. CW Schaubhut, who brought his homeopathic library and pharma-cy with him, and my initial disbelief turned to acceptance.
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