of a barn, and I assumed this dog would have, as the saying goes, "enough sense to come in out of the rain. ... 107. 4. Ibid., p. 141. PART 2 Natural Ways of Healing the Mildly 1ll, the 118 Keep Your Dog Healthy the Natural Way.
Author: Pat Lazarus
Publisher: Ballantine Books
The best treat you can give your dog is a long and happy life. Keep Your Dog Healthy the Natural Way tells you how to do it. Millions of people who use holistic healing techniques on themselves are now discovering they can apply these same powerful practices to their canine companions for a longer, healthier life. Drawing on the clinical experiences of dozens of holistic veterinarians around the country, medical writer Pat Lazarus gives you all the information you need to protect your pet's health and insure his survival to a lively old age. Inside you'll find - The inexpensive natural diet that every dog needs to maintain a strong immune system - The startling facts about conventional vaccinations--and the safer alternatives - Tailor-made diets for pregnant dogs, nursing mothers, and active puppies - The healing benefits of acupuncture, homeopathy, chiropractic, and food supplements for old and "terminally" ill dogs - New hope for infectious diseases, cancer, heart trouble and hypertension, arthritis, and problems of the eye, skin, and hair - The revealing truth about the ingredients in most commercial dog food And much more! With the easy, natural care detailed in this book--including an essential directory of holistic veterinarians nationwide--your dog can enjoy the good health he deserves, from puppyhood to ripe old age.
Martin Goldstein, D.V.M., The Nature of Animal Healing: The Path to Your Pet's Health, Happiness, and Longevity (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1999), 216–17. 43. Pat Lazarus, Keep Your Dog Healthy the Natural Way (New York: Fawcett Books, ...
Author: Deborah Straw
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Health & Fitness
Examines the environmental, dietary, and lifestyle-related causes of cancer in pets and how to safeguard their well-being • Cancer is the number one killer of most domestic animals • Includes health care information on dogs, cats, ferrets, rabbits, and guinea pigs • The first consumer-oriented book to assess conventional and alternative treatment options Keeping their pets healthy and happy is the number one priority of pet owners. Having lost four animal companions to cancer, author Deborah Straw became frustrated by the lack of information about what was causing the disease and wanted to know what she could do to treat and prevent it. This thorough and comprehensive guide is the result of her search for answers. It provides readers with the knowledge of how to ward off the unforeseen causes of cancer and protect the safety and health of their pets. Cancer is the number one killer of most domestic animals. This revised and expanded edition of Why Is Cancer Killing Our Pets? includes the most up-to-date information on the environmental, dietary, and vaccine-related culprits that may cause cancer in pets and the preventive measures that can be taken against this disease. Readers whose pets have been diagnosed with cancer will benefit from the full spectrum of both conventional and alternative treatments presented in this book--from chemotherapy and laser surgery to herbal therapy, acupuncture, and touch therapy. In addition, readers will find guidance about caring for a sick pet and grieving his or her loss should the pet die. Full of information, options, and support, this is an essential resource for protecting pets.
Allport, Richard, BVetMed, VetMFHom, MRCVS, Heal your Dog the Natural Way; Mitchell Beazley, 1997. Bradford, Nikki, The Hamlyn Encyclopaedia of Complementary Health; Hamlyn, 1996. Burton Goldberg Group, The, Alternative Medicine, ...
Author: Midi Fairgrieve
Publisher: Random House
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
As more and more people are choosing natural medicine for themselves, they are also seeking it for their pets. This book tells you everything you need to know about natural health care for dogs and cats, including: ·How to make a fresh, balanced natural diet for your pet ·How natural medicine works and why you should choose to use it ·Which treatments and remedies are available for animals ·Which conditions respond best to which treatments ·Using herbs , food supplements and natural remedies for specific ailments ·How to treat a variety of common complaints safely and effectively at home ·What to include in a natural first-aid kit ·Where to find a practitioner to treat your pet ·How to give your pet a healthier, happier, and longer life Filled with practical help, The Natural Way for Dogs and Cats details simple and effective cures for a variety of common complaints. From skin problems and arthritis, to behavioral problems and digestive disorders, this book will help you chose the most effective treatment or remedy for your pet. It describes in detail the major holistic treatments for animals, including acupuncture, herbs, aromatherapy, chiropractic, flower remedies, healing, homeopathy, and nutrition. If you’re looking for healthy alternatives to commercial pet foods, drugs or surgery, but do not know where to start, this inspirational book is for you – and your pet!
This book aims to show how natural medicines are as applicable to our canine friends as they are to us, ... then given on how providing a suitable environment, well-chosen foods and natural supplements can help to keep a dog healthy and ...
Author: Richard Allport
Publisher: Casemate Publishers
The popular vet and animal homeopath, Richard Allport, shows how to heal your dog naturally through foods, homeopathy, herbal medicine and a variety of other methods, many of which can be done at home. A radio regular, Richard understands both dogs and their owners and combines his expertise with accessible language to show readers how to treat their dogs from using banana skins for warts to getting dogs to take pills in a stress-free way. No dog owner should be without this book.
114 Wendell O. Belfield, DVM, and Martin Zucker, How to Have a Healthier Dog, p. 227; and Adele Davis, Let's Get Well, pp. 267-268. ... 117 Pat Lazarus, Keep Your Pet Healthy the Natural Way, pp. 95-97. 118 Richard Pitcairn, DVM, ...
Author: Diane Stein
Publisher: Crossing Press
Fifty common pet ailments and the natural methods and remedies optimal to support their treatment are arranged in alphabetical order. The book includes a thorough discussion of several natural healing modalities and how they are used for pets. The methods of treatment include nutrition, naturopathy, vitamins and minerals, herbs, homeopathy, acupuncture/acupressure, flower essences, and gemstones. Each method is discussed for each of the fifty illnesses. Many people use natural healing for themselves, but wonder how to use it for their dogs and cats. This book is a comprehensive answer to that question. Use it with Diane Stein's books Natural Healing for Dogs and Cats and The Holistic Puppy.
... part of the diet . It's the animal's most natural way to get calcium , and many pets relish bones . ... The practice of fasting also has the added benefit of keep- ing your pet's teeth and gums strong and healthy . A similar idea is ...
Author: Richard H. Pitcairn
A reference guide to common ailments affecting domestic canines and felines features recipes for healthier food, sources of herbal and homeopathic supplies, environmental issues and solutions, and emergency care information.
Author: Martin Goldstein, D.V.M.Publish On: 2009-07-22
It contains an extensive resource directory of interest to caregivers who want to provide holistic care for their pets. A portion of proceeds is donated to shelters and rescue. Keep your Dog Healthy the Natural Way Keep your Cat Healthy ...
Author: Martin Goldstein, D.V.M.
Publisher: Ballantine Books
A pioneering revolutionary prescription for the health and long life of your pets For two decades, Dr. Martin Goldstein—America's most successful, renowned holistic veterinarian—has healed and helped his animal patients with the same natural therapies that benefit humans. The results have been so astounding that today critically sick pets are brought to him from across the country for a new chance at life and health. In this compelling, very accessible book, Dr. Goldstein explains exactly what holistic medicine is and how it works. By treating the root of a health problem instead of its symptoms, you too can help your animal to regain and maintain its own health, as nature intended. Dr. Goldstein also shares many remarkable true stories of supposedly terminally ill animals who have recovered to full wellness. Inside you'll discover • Why our animals get sick, even when we strive to give them the best of care • An exhaustive A to Z guide of pet ailments—and the best course of action • Why vaccines can do more harm than good • The link between diet and disease—and how the right diet can not only prevent disease but reverse it • How acupuncture, homeopathy, chiropractic, and other alternative options work--safely and painlessly--to restore true health • Specific guidance for the use of herbs, supplements, and natural remedies • The good news (and the bad) about cancer in animals--including extraordinary new treatments and potential cures • Coping with the inevitable death of your pet--both physically and psychologically • And much, much more Plus—the ultimate resource for holistic pet care: an extensive guide to holistic product manufacturers and stores, books, newsletters, Web sites, veterinarians, and associations!
Although wild cats and dogs have been eating fleshbased diets for millennia, humans chose to veer away from their evolutionary ... Pat Lazarus wrote: “Keep Your Dog Healthy the Natural Way” and “Keep Your Cat Healthy the Natural Way”, ...
Author: Jennifer Lee
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Your pet does not have to be a victim of unhealthy processed foods. Join the thousands of people who are successfully feeding their pets a species appropriate diet and enjoying their healthy companions. The Inner Carnivore is a priceless resource for leading your animal companions to a healthier lifestyle through feeding a natural diet. If you are concerned about harmful processed foods and want to educate yourself about natural diets this is the book for you. Readers will be guided through the multitude of health problems created by processed foods. Learn how an animal’s anatomy, physiology and natural habits clearly illuminate what an appropriate diet consists of and how to provide such a diet.
Cooked meat on the other hand is not taboo in my opinion, so long as it's not charred, as that brings health risks of its own. It is good to bring up a ... in fact, this can greatly help to keep a dog's teeth and gums clean and healthy.
Author: Christopher Day
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Christopher Day MRCVS advocates a relaxed, common-sense and simple-to-follow approach to providing your dog with a species-suitable, fresh and wholesome diet, which has brought health and welfare benefits to so many of his patients. He draws on more than 43 years of experience in holistic veterinary practice. In the author's opinion, expensive and vigorously-marketed manufactured dog foods are not the best way to feed your dog for tooth, musculo-skeletal and immune health and for a long, happy and active life. Fresh food is best for us and for our dogs. The dog's omnivorous adaptation makes him an easy animal to feed, which means that dietary advice needs to be neither complex nor strictly regulated. If wished a raw diet or prey-model diet can be fed. This book provides a simple guide to taking your dog's health and well-being into your own hands. Your dog will thank you for it, every day. 3rd Edition
... the Subject of Natural Feeding "Natural Dog Care" (1998) By Celeste Yarnall, Ph.D. Journey Editions "Keep Your Dog Healthy the Natural Way" By Pat Lazarus Fawcett Books (1999) "Dr. Pitcaim's Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs ...