"Dr. Pitcairn’s Complete Guide
to Natural Health for Dogs and Cats,"
by Richard H. Pitcairn, D.V.M, P.h.d
and Susan Hubble Pitcairn.

This book is an invaluable resource for all those pet owners who would like to treat their animals holistically. It includes a valuable section on vaccines and the possible harmful effects to your animals. The section on what they put in dog food shouldn’t be missed. Also, this book has a very easy to understand A to Z reference that will explain complicated issues in everyday language. The section on death and dying also helped us deal with Osa’s death. A must read for any dog owner.

"Food Pets Die For,"
by Ann N. Martin, Michael W. Fox.

Here is a excerpt of what Amazon.com Editorial Review had to say: First book to investigate the commercial pet food industry. As the publisher of Ann N. Martin's book, “Food Pets Die For,” I am most impressed with the thorough and meticulous investigation the author undertook for seven years. Her findings and facts are verified and footnoted throughout the book, revealing a shocking but truthful inside look at what is legally allowed in pet food. Martin has taken tremendous risks to uncover information that has never been published before. Her book is the first to look at this issue in depth. Hopefully, more voices will follow, and speak out on this issue.

"The Natural Remedy Book for Dogs and Cats,"
by Diane Stein.

This is a great all around resource for dozens of holistic remedies as well as a wonderful chapter on nutrition. It also gives an common list of which herbs are used for which ailments in dogs and cats.

"The Encyclopedia of Natural Pet Care,"
by CJ Puotinen.

This exhaustive volume includes an A to Z reference to natural treatments for common animal ailments. Also has a wonderful section on emergency first aid strategies. Including a whole chapter on saying goodbye. This chapter really helped us say goodbye to Osa and includes the poem, “Rainbow Bridge.”

Don’t let Osa’s death be in vain. Please take the time to check out these resources and to judge for yourself what is in the best interest of your pet.

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