Treating Your Dog Naturally

New book offers owners natural and holistic options for their dogs’ healthcare.

Posted: January 13, 2010, 2 a.m. EST

Can garlic repel fleas? Do cranberries prevent urinary tract infections? Can changing your dog’s diet really affect his health? These questions and more are answered in the new book “Natural Dog: A Holistic Guide for Healthier Dogs” by Deva Khalsa, V.M.D.

Holistic methods have long been used to heal humans and promote health, and for over 25 years, Khalsa has incorporated this approach into her veterinary practice. Now she is offering her extensive knowledge and experience to modern-day dog owners to help their pets live happy and healthy lives.

Owners looking to improve their dogs’ health in a natural way will enjoy learning about the many ways to both treat their dogs’ ailments and improve overall quality of life. The book includes information on a variety of subjects, including facts about commercial dog food; nutrition and feeding guidelines; natural supplements; over 100 natural recipes; holistic treatments for preventing, managing and treating health issues; and even remedies for special-needs dogs.

Khalsa provides information on many topics in an easy-to-understand format, combined with helpful tips and interesting facts. Integrating traditional medicine with alternative methods, the book offers a well-rounded approach to caring for your dog that owners will find educational and effective.

“Natural Dog: A Holistic Guide for Healthier Dogs” by Deva Khalsa, V.M.D., is on sale now. “Natural Dog” is published by BowTie Press, a division of BowTie Inc., which operates


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Dennis   Los Angeles, CA

1/14/2010 8:09:38 AM

I have a dalmatian, and found out they are meat intolerant. She has been fed vegetarian dog food with my own vegan foods, and thrives on vegies, eating carrots like bones. She is extremely healthy, looks years younger than her age, and smells much better from both ends as well as fur that does not smell like that funky commercial dog food that is NOT healthy for either dogs or humans.

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S   Three Oaks, MI

1/13/2010 5:36:01 PM

Good info

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