Combining ancient wisdom with new-age science

Herbal medicine has its origins in ancient times and is well proven through the centuries, both with people and their animals. Animal doctors were not around so people had to rely on the herbs of the countryside to care for their precious farm animals. Homeopathy had its beginnings with Hippocrates ‘ like cures like’ (-370 BC) but it wasn’t until Hahnemann (1755 AD) developed the system of succussion and dilution that a whole new dimension in healing power was created.

Combine these two powerful mediums and their synergy reaches new heights in providing safe and effective treatment for our animals.

The best for your animal friends

All our companion animals are individuals and deserve to be treated as such. Our philosophy reflects the ‘do no harm’ principle, assisting the owner in providing tools for the art of healing. These beautiful preparations provide the mental, emotional, and physical support when your pet needs that extra assistance in their lives.

Buy our range of animal homeopathic
& herbal remedies 

Our preparations are a result of over 40 years of trials in New Zealand, working with people and their animal companions to achieve the best outcome possible.
White Tuis’ Animal Naturopath has the reputation, expertise and experience in the making of these great remedies and care is taken to maintain quality control at all times.
All White Tui preps are sourced from human-grade materials which are G E-free, non toxic and manufactured under strict scientific and ethical conditions. They will not interfere with conventional medical treatment.

White Tui History

Tui are native and unique to New Zealand and are fully protected. They belong to the honeyeater family. The name Tui is derived from the Maori language and is sometimes called the Parson Bird due to tufts of feathers on its neck. Tui have two voice boxes and a very unusual and distinctive call with some notes so high they are not audible to the human ear. Tui have even been known to mimic human speech!

Our White Tui was captured at Morrison’s Bush near Greytown in the South Wairarapa just before the outbreak of WW1. Our white tui is a leucristic bird, not an albino, and is likely to have had a dark eye in life.