WHOLE HEALTH FOR HAPPY DOGS: A NATURAL HEALTH HANDBOOK FOR DOGS & THEIR OWNERS
Author: Jill Elliott, DVM & Kim Bloomer
Publisher: CREATIVE PUBLISHING/QUAYSIDE, Jun 2006
Make the very best decisions for your dog's lifelong health & well-being. An easy-to-use handbook of dog care. 250 color photos/illus by Nick Ridley; 7x9 inches, 176 pgs.
* Covers everything from health basics to preventive care
* Presents information with lots of illustrations in a quick-read style
Are you a busy dog owner who is overwhelmed & intimidated by dog health books? Whole Health for Happy Dogs is a refreshing alternative. It touts all natural but provides plenty of options and research so that dog owners can make the very best decisions for their dog's lifelong health & well-being. Above all, this information is presented with plenty of illustrations and stunning full-color photographs in a manner that is quick to read.
You are your dog's medical mentor- the decisions you make from puppyhood & onward affect the rest of a dog's life. To make the best choices to need to clearly understand the traditional as well as nontraditional approaches to dog care. This book encourages dog owners to explore these issues & helps them make better-informed decisions for their pet's health, very possibly saving themselves thousands of dollars in veterinary bills. Advice comes from both traditional veterinarians & those practicing alternative health.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Jill Elliot, DVM, began her career practicing as a conventional veterinarian immediately after graduating from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. She pursued advanced training in classical homeopathy for animals, studying with Richard Pitcairn, DVM, as well as at the Orion School of Homeopathy in London, and the Teleosis School of Homeopathy, in New York. Dr. Elliot has a full time practice in New York City. She combines both conventional wisdom, and homeopathic and holistic treatment for companion animals.
Kim Bloomer has worked with animals in a variety of pet professions, including veterinary medicine, for over thirty years. Through challenges with her own pets, Kim turned to natural pet care. Her passion is to help others learn to care for their pets naturally.