Caroline Ingraham founder of Ingraham Applied Zoopharmacognosy (IAZ), has always had an enormous concern for the ethical treatment of animals and their welfare. Caroline has dedicated the last three decades to researching and observing how animals heal themselves; knowledge gained directly from working with the animals themselves. From this the Animal gateway series of workshops and books have been created to give you the most effective and natural method of working with your animals, enabling a new level of relationship and communication to exist between humans and animals. 

Please note that Caroline has not accredited any other school or college to teach the Ingraham Applied Zoopharmacognosy Method


Ingraham Applied Zoopharmacognosy

Ingraham Applied Zoopharmacognosy (IAZ) enables self-medicative behaviour in domesticated or captive animals by offering plant extracts that would contain the same, or similar constituents to those found in an animal’s natural environment. The practice encourages and allows an animal to guide its own health, since unlike their wild counterparts, captive and domesticated animals rarely have the opportunity to forage on medical plants.


The Ingraham Academy

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Caroline's ongoing research provides the most advanced education available in this field. Animal gateway courses are offered to those interested in working naturally with their own animals using the principles of Applied Zoopharmacognosy, and specialist training is available for veterinary surgeons and animal welfare organisations.

Zoopharmacognosy Consultations

Caroline offers Applied Zoopharmacognosy and enrichment consultations to a range of animal welfare organisations round the world, as well as to individuals.

These can be in person or via Skype.

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