Here for You & Your Fur Family!
The essence of the veterinary profession is defined in the professional code of conduct for veterinarians. § 1 of the Federal Veterinarian Act says:
“The veterinarian is appointed to prevent, alleviate and heal the suffering and diseases of animals, to contribute towards preserving and developing capable livestock, to help protect people from the danger and damage caused by animal diseases and to protect food and products of animal origin and to work towards increasing the quality of foods of animal origin.
The veterinary profession is not a trade. It is a free profession by nature. The veterinarian is the appointed protector of animals.” The foremost responsibility of the veterinarian is to “prevent, alleviate and heal the suffering and diseases of animals and to contribute towards preserving and developing capable livestock”.
As in case of human medicine, even the veterinarians mostly had only pharmaceutical products to carry out their many responsibilities. Since around 1900, when “pharmaceutical medicine” was born, age-old knowledge has been increasing lost.
While most veterinarians are moving very slowly towards the so-called “alternative” healing methods, we at THU are thrilled to support you and your loved ones.