Includes a section on recognizing symptoms, with details on
what action to take for specific problems.|
Four Winds Holistic Animal Services
Sandra A. Priest, DVM
Includes information and
links related to homeopathy, chiropractic, Reiki, herbology, nutrition,
flower essences and more. Well worth a visit!
Holistic Treatments For Your Dog
by Michelle Hammer.
Much of the information here is from
The Natural Dog by Mary Brennan, D.V.M.
Includes sections on: Acupuncture, Aromatherapy,
Bach Flower Remedies, Herbs, and Homeopathy.
Natural Pet Care: Alternative Care For the Health of
Your Pet by Lisa Morton is an article on
the use of alternative treatments in veterinary medicine, nutrition,
and commercial pet food ingredients.
Holistic Health for Animals
Links to alternative medical, food, etc. pages
The All Creatures Newsletter
contains holistic based
articles on everything from pet loss to
Holistic Health Care Page
Not specifically for dogs, but has good information
and comprehensive list of links.
Bach Centre Home Page
Mount Vernon Oxfordshire, England was the home and workplace of Dr.
Bach in the last years of his life, when he
completed his research into the flower remedies
that still bear his name. The site includes an
excellent FAQs page, a list of the 38 remedies and their indications, a biography of Dr. Bach,
an explanation of how the tinctures are made, and lists of publications and
special courses for practitioners.
Using Bach Flower Essences
list of the 38 essences. This treatise was a post to wellpet-l by
Rev. Debra L. Moore, D.N., Doctor of Naturology,
Life Science and Natural Health Minister/Practitioner.
Flower Essences for Animals
Includes a chart which
describes some conditions in animals which
can be treated by flower
The Hot Pursuit Jack Russell Terrier
site has a page on
remedies.It includes information on:
Open Wound and Bites
Hot Spots |
also from the Island Wildlife Natural Care Center. A great
Safe Herbal Remedies for Your Jack Russell Terrier
by Lynda Prime. Applicable for any breed.
Good information, including recipes.
The Veterinary Acupuncture Page
The "Veterinary Acupuncture Page" aims to provide educational
material on acupuncture to veterinarians who want to
learn this therapeutic method.
Natural flea control alternatives
can be found in a comprehensive
2-page article by Lisa Morton:
Page 1, and
is another wonderful page from the Island Wildlife Natural Care Center.
It begins with an article on resistance to allopathic antibiotics,
then offers a list of natural antibiotics and their uses.
An Introduction to Homeopathy
by Susan Gayle Wynn. As it says - a good introduction.
The Medical Science of Homeopathy:copyright Elise McCrea Fischbacher, Ph.D., D.HM. This article
provides a good history of homeopathy, as well as research and facts.
from the Island Wildlife Natural Care Center. A comprehensive
list of symptoms, with suggested homeopathic remedies and
by Dr. Trevor M. Cook, Director of British
Institute of Homeopathy, London.
This article is taken from the book:
Homeopathic Medicine Today, Chapter 3. It is a good introduction to
the classification and preparation of homeopathic remedies.
The following sites offer homeopathic and herbal remedies specifically
formulated for pets:
Pet Sage Animals’ Apawthacary
This site belongs to Gregory Tilford
and Mary Wulff Tilford, herbalists. They are available through
their site for questions, etc., and carry a good line of herbals
and homeopathics. “Whether it's homeopathy, herbal medicines,
message, acupressure, or one of many "alternative" therapies,
natural remedies offer you health care choices for your pet's pain,
disease, and disorders. Choices that support the body's own
healing process. Learning the healing alternatives available
to your pet will empower your decision making with regard
to their treatment and care.”
Good Medicine Homeopathy
Nature’s Pet Marketplace
Here is a recipe for "deskunking"
from the Kansas State Vet School,
published in True Grit, the publication of the Jack Russell Terrier
Association of America.
Bathe your dog with a mixture of:
1 quart of 3% hydrogen peroxide (from the drugstore)
1/4 cup baking soda
1 teaspoon liquid soap.
bath with a tap water rinse. It really works!