Holistic Pet Health
I think it can/should be used in conjunction with normal medical means(like a bonus) or if all other methods have been exhausted. I also believe that it depends on the individual pet/case. What's your take?
February 19, 2009
A: I agree that the combo is excellent. It's not always easy to find holistic vets though. I happen to be a massage therapist and reiki practitioner and a student of naturopathy for years. My cats LOVE reiki treatments. I have always used reiki on a… more ›
If not, why? Do you feel guilty or is there another reason, possibly medical. I am not suggesting it by any means since I am not a nutritionist. Part 2: Answer to questions - why? See my journal. Many nutritionists and holistic vets recommend i… more ›
January 21, 2009
A: When i was feeding my crew BARF, they did fast once a week.
What changes can I expect as my dog ages?
July 12, 2010
A: Prepare for and help your older dog adjust to changes in the body and the canine mind. Canine aging brings on a loss of agility, sight, hearing, smell — and a loss of interest in activities that once were fun. “You still want me to leap up and s… more ›
Can pet owners prepare homemade meals without depriving their pets of vital nutrients? Yes, says the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association, but cooking for the cat or dog requires precision. "It does take education, effort and… more ›
Today, with the topic of climate change having a more noticeable impact on our everyday lives, the need to appreciate our home has never been more critical. For pet owners, the call to live greener should be poignant. Authors Robert and … more ›
ORLANDO, Fla. — With "green" pet food, biscuits and other tasty treats available on many store shelves, pet owners now have a wide range of organic and earth-friendly options from which to choose. But increasingly, owners are finding they can also … more ›
If you are into holistic medicine for your pet, then this is an interesting book. Warmly, Vicki Tankersley
I find it so helpful when I get these in my handouts at lectures so I thought I'd offer a few more on this topic. Hope they help. Books: The Healing Power of Pets: Harnessing the Amazing Ability of Pets to Make and Kee… more ›
Goal #1 - Preventing disease. This goal seems simple enough; let’s prevent disease so that your pet never becomes ill. I would actually prefer to see healthy pets rather than ill ones. It’s obviously not practical or possible for a… more ›