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Resources: Home remedies and tips

August 30, 2011 | By | Add a Comment

Here are some Web resources that may be helpful for those of us who like to gain insight on how to treat the simple things at home – but only in concert with the advice of one’s veterinarian.

This is one of the issues I discuss in my book – how to tell the difference between a really good vet, and others: the former will have no problem speaking with you about home remedies (or writing prescriptions for medicines that can be filled by general pharmacies at a fraction of what he or she charges).

As stated in the Disclaimer at the bottom of this page, there is no substitute for the timely input of a veterinarian when one’s dog is ill.  But these resources may provide you with helpful background information, and a basis upon which to ask intelligent questions.

Drs. Foster & Smith: Noted long-term veterinarians have posted more than 2,000 articles covering a huge range of topics. Also a source of dog pharmaceutical items and accessories.

VeterinaryPartner.com: Written and edited by a team of veterinarians.

WebMD for Dogs: Probably the most well-rounded, well-designed all-around resource I’ve encountered. Gorgeous site.

Organic Pet Digest: “Your guide to natural and holistic care” – Common Dog Health Problems Symptoms & Natural Dog Remedies

 


Disclaimer: The information contained on this web site is provided for general informational purposes only. It is neither intended to be, nor should be relied upon as medical advice. Rather, it is provided to support, but not replace the relationship that exists between a pet parent and his/her veterinarian. Before you use any of the information provided in the site, you should seek the advice of a qualified professional. This website assumes no liability of any kind for any of the following information. Simply put, there is no substitute for the timely advice of a veterinarian when one’s dog is sick.  Use of the resources contained on this page is entirely at your own risk and discretion.

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