About Holistic Animal Medicines
Diana Moon-Hayes is one of the pioneers in natural animal medicines worldwide. Promoting awareness through education to the public on optimum health care through alternative medicines for animals. She believes through education and awareness twe do find that we do have a choice in what we give our pets. The more we question why our pets become dis-eased the better informed we become, the better choices we make. Having many years in researched and studies in Veterinary care and homeopathy with other various holistic animal modatlities. Diana has had many year’s experience in researching and studying Veterinary care and homeopathy, along with other various holistic animal modalities. Diana has been a qualified animal homeopath and a registered holistic animal practitioner in Australia for over 19 years.
In 1992, Diana founded the Wholistic Animal Clinic and was primary practitioner. Diana partnered with a colleague, conducting animal health consultations via phone and in person. In 1997 through popular demand, our on-line animal consultation service developed quite quickly into not only a national service but international as well.
In 2004, after many requests, Diana created both certificate and diploma professional distant education correspondence course on animal healing through homeopathy appliaction and nutrition and founded St Francis College of Animal Homeopathy (STFCAH), where she remains the Principal to this day. These courses in animal homeopathy are available to other practitioners, vets and lay persons, worldwide. www.animalhomeopathycollege.com
In 2005 Diana went into partnership and became HAMPL (Holistic Animal Medicines Pty Ltd) a Western Australian owned and operated company. HAMPL developed into a very busy practice with extra staff necessary. By using animal clinical studies, HAMPL has continued to improve and expand the clinic range of therapeutic natural animal medicines.
In 2006, HAMPL expanded and moved into a larger premises and increased the number of staff in our team. Then in 2009 we grew too big and relocated again to a bigger premise. Now in 2010, HAMPL proudly offers over 200 formulas. These formulas consist of homeopathic and herbal formulations, which have been specifically tailored for many of today’s pet ailments, ensuring they are suitable for all species and ages where possible.
In 2009 due to popular demand worldwide, some of our most popular HAMPL formulas have now been made available to retail stores and other natural medicine outlets under the brand name of Petpathics. These are the same formulas and quality, just branded differently for retail purposes. HAMPL
will be going global with Petpathics natural medicine range in 2011.
Overall HAMPL is still a growing company integrating research, manufacturing and pet education, ranking amongst the leading companies for natural animal health. We proudly gain the confidence of yet more customers by producing high quality natural pet medicines at cost effective prices. HAMPL believes that a feeling of continuous growth is a wonderful source of motivation and self confidence. Our natural pet medicines are widely used not only in Australia, but also in the USA, UK, South Africa, U.A.E and many countries throughout Europe and Asia.
HAMPLS Homeopathic ANIMAL formulas.
Hampl was founded and directed by registered Animal homeopath, Diana Moon-Hayes, the company has always had a clinical holistic animal consultation service in Australia and Internationally. Diana paid meticulous attention to formulating and perfecting homeopathic formulas for animals, for continuous improvement and quality of results.
hampl remains an Australian owned natural animal medicine company committed to providing quality and effective animal medicines to its domestic and export customers.
Manufacturer of hampls formulas
Brauer homeopathics lab manufacters in accordance with the Australian Code of Good Manufacturing Practice for Therapeutic Goods (Code of GMP). The company employs a technical and regulatory affairs manager and operates its own quality control department under the supervision of a quality assurance manager in order to monitor compliance with the Code of GMP. The quality control department includes facilities for product testing and a laboratory for microbiological testing. Production is carried out in a versatile facility designed for ease of GMP compliance with automated equipment and a trained and disciplined production team that works to standard operating procedures.