Our Ojectives

St. Francis College of Animal Homeopathy was established in 2003.  Our Animal Health Practitioners  – express that our primary aim is to deliver quality and comprehensive learning to an individual to feel confident in the application of providing a sound and comprehensive knowledge of natural animal health and medicines for the animal species.

Homeopathy is an exciting area of medicine and we know you will find it stimulating, rewarding and exciting.

It is again increasing in popularity as more people disfavour allopathic drug therapy with its unfortunate side effects – both in human and animals.

Veterinary homeopathy has a long history. Dr Samuel Hahnemann, who formulated the system in the early nineteenth century, is known to have treated animals, and his pupil Von Boenninghausen also applied homeopathy on the animals on his country estate. However, the first veterinary surgeon known to have used homeopathy was Wilhelm Lux. He is also attributed with having invented the use of nosodes and he wrote the first book on veterinary homeopathy, Zooiasis, in 1837.

Homeopathy allows the animal to be treated without residues, which makes it a non-toxic treatment not only for the treated animal but also for the consumer and the environment. Finally, the treatment costs are generally very low and very effective.

STFCAH provides a sound knowledge that can be suitable for anyone curious about providing complementary support for your pets and farm animals.

Our success as a college is largely due to our ability to meet our primary objective – to deliver quality, comprehensive information for external learning, to a person anywhere in the world. STFCAH is not a school of veterinary science, medicine and surgery.

Our Mission

  • The purpose of the college is to learn the philosophy, art & science of homeopathic remedies (natural medicines)
  • To bring together collective experience that will carry animal homeopathy into your home, farm, or animal practise
  • To provide animals with the same high quality of homeopathic care that is available in human medicine
  • To leave a legacy that will ultimately result in a more compassionate world for all animals.

Holistic Animal Therapy Association of Australia ( 1998 to 2006)
International Institute of Complementary Therapists (current).

International Institute of Complementary Therapists (IICT).

The IICT recognizes many modalities and therapies in the Therapeutic, Holistic, Complementary and Alternative Healthcare field.

Student Membership

Student Membership for practitioners in training. 

  • Student Membership is IICT’s low-cost alternative for students who wish to gain professional membership & access to our members discounted practitioner insurance.
  • Access to Member Resources discounts on affiliated products and services.
  • Access to members discount student insurance cover.
  • Professional Student Membership Certificate.

STFCAH is an Approved Training Provider.

International Institute of Complementary Therapists (IICT).

Affiliated

Member of the Australian Homoeopathic Association (AHA).

STFCAH student will also receive many benefits when registered as a student member of the Australian Homeopathic Association.  Attend online seminars free of charge.

Having Accreditation confirms that the course meets industry, enterprise or community needs.

Our team of tutors will be able to help answer any of your questions whilst studying natural animal health with STFCAH.

You can contact your tutor via email if you need assistance   course @ stfcah. com      or      info @ stfcah. com

Once you have entered the field of natural medicines animal studies, you may start any time of the year which suits your own schedule.

You are welcome to go at your own pace as either Part-time or as a Full-time student.

The timeframe of the expected completion of each module would be approx. 4 months.

Animal Health Support

1. Animal Health Advice (AHA)

Support outside the course curriculum, HAMPL clinic can assist you with your animal or pet’s health.

For a small fee, you can go online and correspond with a qualified animal health practitioner.

2. Individual Distant Consultations for your Pet or Animal

Which may be more complex we can provide a distant Biofeedback Consultation Service. What we will require from you is either a “small sample” of the animal or pet’s fur or a feather.

(Or if urgent support is needed, email a photo of pet or animal – only pet in photo)

  • Full name of the patient
  • DOB (if known)


We also would need as much information

  • symptoms
  • diet
  • drugs or chemical products are used and how often etc.


Once we have done the scan we can then provide a individual homeopathic and herbal formulations specific to the animals more current or acute needs that need addressing.

The fee for this service is $120AUD, this will include 2 to 4 homeopathic custom made (and if required) herbal medicine.

  • Can I pay as I study?

    Yes, you can pay as you study, per each module or when you pay in full you receive a discount fee for the course.

  • I am a registered practitioner in Naturopathy, is there exception for my previous studies?

    Yes, we do offer RPL (Veterinarian, Herbalist, Homeopath, Vet Nurse, Naturopath are only required to completed Module 2 of the foundation course first before starting the Advanced Animal Health Course ). So, please remember to include copies of any relevant Diplomas, Certificates or Degrees you have obtained. You may be entitled to exemptions due to previous studies. For non health practitioners, you can assist your own pets and friends whilst studying. If you are already working in a animal industry, then you will gain a lot of experience and learn through clinic practices. Even having the Certificate course completed you can still help your pet, safely.

  • How long will it take before I can commence studying?

    Once we receive your registration and payment, we enrol you with a student ID number then send you your first module study notes and books within the 7 days or less of course fee received.

  • Is Homeopathic medicine safe?

    Yes, Homeopathy allows the animal to be treated without residues, which makes it a non-toxic treatment not only for the treated animal but also for the consumer and the environment. Finally, the treatment costs are generally very low and very effective.

  • When can I register?

    Once you have entered the field of natural medicines animal studies, you may start any time of the year which suits your own schedule.

  • Do have to finish each module by a certain time or date?

    No, there are no restrictions on how fast or slow you study. You are very welcome to go at your own pace as a either Part time or as a full time student.

  • How long will the course take to complete?

    Time frame of expected completion of each module would be approx. 4 months. However, having said this there is no time restrictions to how long you take to submit your assignments per each module studies.

  • What I need help with a animal that is sick?

    For pet support outside the course, with your animal/s patients, is not provide as part of the distant educational course, however HAMPL Clinic can provide on going advice and support. A small fee is required for this service. Diana Hayes HAMPL Clinic offers a 24 hour practitioner on-line service that you can use for a small fee. For the more complex cases, we can provide a Biofeedback consultation service. We will require a tiny sample of the animals fur or feather. (Or if urgent support is needed, email a photo of pet only in photo) Full name of the patient, DOB and symptoms the pet or animal is showing. Once we have done the scan we can then provide a individual homeopathic and herbal formulations specific to the animals more current or acute needs that need addressing. For our time, the fee would be $80AUD which includes 2 to 3 homeopathic complexes custom made. We also make Isodes from samples of a animal’s discharge – bacterial, mucus, tissue from tumour, etc. And send return the Isode to you which is then a homeopathic treatment for that specific strain of disease or growth. To join you will need to login in and payment for a link form that is sent via email to our “On-line Animal Health Advice” service. The on-line service is top link on the homepage of the HAMPL Clinic website – hampl.com.au