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The Nature of Animal Healing

BOOK DATE: 1999


AUTHOR: Dr Marty Goldstein


LINK: https://drmarty.com/nature-of-animal-healing/


DESCRIPTION

This is a book about animal care, but the guidelines of holistic and integrative veterinary medicine are, of course, based on those originally devised to help human beings. If we’re going to give animals purified water because we realize what a silent killer ordinary tap water can be, why not drink purified water ourselves? If good foods and dietary supplements boost our pets’ health, why not start applying the same nutritional lessons to improve our own? If acupuncture and homeopathic medicines work on animals, why not incorporate them into our own lives? Perhaps you saved your pet from being put to sleep at the shelter, and took them into your life, caring for them, and showering them with love? Now you can help them further by applying this book’s principles of holistic health and diet to their life. And you will also gain some valuable advice on improving your own health too.

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This website is a labor of love brought to you by the volunteers at Paws For Change. Our goal is to put together links to published research studies, articles, books, and other media which have influenced our approach to feeding diets that include fresh and raw foods. We encourage everyone to research further to gain a fuller understanding of any controversies or debates involved. It is a growing collection and we welcome you to use the submission form below if you have studies you'd like to suggest be included here.

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