Examines the environmental, dietary, and lifestyle-related causes of cancer in pets and how to safeguard their well-being ac Cancer is the number one killer of most domestic animals ac Includes health care information on dogs, cats, ferrets, rabbits, and guinea pigs ac The first consumer-oriented book to assess conventional and alternative treatment options Keeping their pets healthy and happy is the number one priority of pet owners. Having lost four animal companions to cancer, author Deborah Straw became frustrated by the lack of information about what was causing the disease and wanted to know what she could do to treat and prevent it. This thorough and comprehensive guide is the result of her search for answers. It provides readers with the knowledge of how to ward off the unforeseen causes of cancer and protect the safety and health of their pets. Cancer is the number one killer of most domestic animals. This revised and expanded edition of Why Is Cancer Killing Our Pets? includes the most up-to-date information on the environmental, dietary, and vaccine-related culprits that may cause cancer in pets and the preventive measures that can be taken against this disease. Readers whose pets have been diagnosed with cancer will benefit from the full spectrum of both conventional and alternative treatments presented in this book--from chemotherapy and laser surgery to herbal therapy, acupuncture, and touch therapy. In addition, readers will find guidance about caring for a sick pet and grieving his or her loss should the pet die. Full of information, options, and support, this is an essential resource for protecting pets.In the past dozen or so years ferrets have become exceedingly popular as pocket pets. ... among these small animals, at 33 percent.2 Ferrets can be fascinating and entertaining companions, and are especially suited to apartment living.
|Title||:||The Healthy Pet Manual|
|Publisher||:||Inner Traditions / Bear & Co - 2005-07-05|