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Natural Health Bible for Dogs & Cats : Your A-Z Guide to Over 200 Conditions, Herbs, Vitamins, and Supplements

$25.99 (as of November 18, 2017, 8:50 pm)

2000 Winner, Better Health for Life Award, Cat Creator’s Association (CWA)When it comes to your dog’s or your cat’s health, you need the best health care available. But did you

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2000 Winner, Better Health for Life Award, Cat Creator’s Association (CWA)
When it comes to your dog’s or your cat’s health, you need the best health care available. But did you know that conventional medicine is not the only answer, or even the best answer?
Inside You’ll be able to learn from a respected veterinarian how the therapeutic wonders of natural medicine can benefit your dog or cat. This comprehensive guide discusses more than 40 common conditions or diseases that can have an effect on your pet and how they may be able to be treated or improved with natural medicine.
Easy to take note and use, with cross-references between conditions and treatments, this informative resource includes:
·An A-Z guide to common health conditions
·An A-Z guide to herbs, vitamins, and supplements
·Dietary recommendations for specific health concerns
·Proven complementary therapies for your pet
·And much, a lot more!
Do your pet a great favor—add this complete reference to your library. You’ll be able to both be glad you did.
Inside, natural treatments for:
·Allergies
·Obesity
·Cancer
·Kidney Disease
·Arthritis
·Heart Disease
·Feline Leukemia
·Dental Disease
·Ear Infections
·And many more common conditions
“Incredibly well thought-out and organized. This bible will serve as an excellent reference for veterinarians and pet owners alike.” —L. Phillips Brown, D.V.M., product manager, Inter-Cal Nutraceuticals
“A concise overview of common animal conditions and available complementary therapies so that you can help readers ensure their pets and patients receive the best remedy.” —Myrna Milani, D.V.M., creator, Preparing for the Loss of Your Pet
“This bible is a ‘new testament’ that may help pet caregivers heal their sick pets.” —Alice Villalobos, D.V.M.