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Online plus practical training


Dates & Venue:

TBA for 2023


The theory and practical are multimedia with presentations, filming, training manuals, data sheets and everything you need to support your distance learning (assignments and case studies).

The training helps animals to heal themselves physically and emotionally using botanical compounds – essential oils, floral waters, herbs, minerals and more.  Animals have been performing “Zoopharmacognosy” for centuries but humans removed this ability for animals when we domesticated them.

Through our training you can bring the outside world to the dog and allow it to make choices for its own self-healing and self-medication.  We have worked with many dogs with the following conditions, all with great success: gastric, skin, arthritis, injuries, muscular health, hormonal imbalances, bladder, liver and kidney.  We also have success of working with stable confidence issues, separation anxiety and much more.

This is the career course, enabling you to work with other people’s dogs as a fully insured Practitioner.

Fee options:

To suit your learning preferences and your budget:

  • Option 1 - Online and a day of practical tuition with Angela for £2500


  • Option 2 - online only for £1800


Fees are payable upfront or in instalments with an initial deposit of £400 followed by 12 monthly payments.


  • Option 1 - £2500 - £400 deposit = 12 monthly payments of £175

  • Option 2 - £1800 - 400 deposit = 12 monthly payments of £116.66


To enrol please contact


Optional Extra modules :

Other Species

This includes small animals such as cats, rabbits etc as well as agricultural animals. £250.  This does not include horses, owing to the complex nature of Zoopharmacognosy with horses and their conditions, we only offer dedicated Practitioner training with horses, not as an optional extra module.

You might wonder why we separate species in our training? Because whilst this subject is fascinating it is complex too and you must know the botanicals that different species prefer and also the different routes of self-selection by each species and how.  If you study all species at once we feel the quality of learning is affected.  We prefer this methodical approach, which brings more value when you work with each species.

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