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"The myth that homeopathy works in animals is not based on evidence; it is based on the claims of the vets who practise it. They are simply using their position of authority to convince their clients that their pets are improving with homeopathic treatment… The truth is that because animals do not benefit from the placebo effect, using bogus treatments like homeopathy on them means that they receive no benefit from the treatment whatsoever." Article by UK-Skeptics. [Includes criticism of the RCVS's current position on homeopathy as well as case reports of animals that have suffered at the hands of 'homeopathic vets'.]