De Beukelaer Edward
Cases of restless animals treated with Lac caprinum
Edward De Beukelaer DVM, mrcvs
Marlborough, Great Britain
Based on two cases of severe anxiety in dogs and one case of anxiety in a cat, the remedy Lac caprinum is studied following the technique of Marc Brunson. A journey of finding out how the surefooted goat who may symbolise virility and abundance can also help the anxious patient.
Edward De Beukelaer DVM studied veterinary medicine at the universities of Antwerp and Ghent. His working life took him first to Wales, then France and then back to the UK where he now works in Wiltshire practicing conventional medicine with homeopathy as a speciality. He has experience in both large and small animals. His study of homeopathy started in France in 1992 with a course organised by the SHV in Paris. Thereafter he went to Belgium and finished the course organised by Mark Brunson and has since continued to study with his colleagues in the UK. In September 2015, Edward De Beukelaer became the president of the IAVH. He is the driving force behind the creation of a multilingual Veterinary Materia Medica project by the IAVH based on the work of Jacques Millemann.