Stress. It's the single, universal cause of both wellness and illness. While this theory is widely supported in the human medical community, it's still controversial among veterinarians. Dr. Paul McCutcheon examines the all-important health-stress connection while drawing upon the latest scientific thinking and combining it with a comprehensive, preventive, and holistic philosophy of pet care. So if you're among the millions of caring, responsible pet owners who visits the vet more often than your own doctor but still wonders what more you can do for your dog or cat, The New Holistic Way for Dogs a Cats is the next best thing to a consultation with Dr. McCutcheon. If only he saw human patients in his practice, too! From the Trade Paperback edition.Lead off by feeding dogs 2 percent of their body weight in unprocessed food per day. ... For example, an 80-pound (36-kilogram) dog would eat approximately 1a#39;/z pounds (just under 0.7 kilograms) ofunprocessed food each day. ... Starting point for cats. ... Keep in mind that raw foods cannot be left out ofthe refrigerator foranbsp;...
|Title||:||The New Holistic Way for Dogs and Cats|
|Author||:||Paul McCutcheon, Susan Weinstein|
|Publisher||:||Celestial Arts - 2009-11-17|