My name is Liz.
I created "The Holistic Dog" e-mail list on January 4, 2001, following a post on the
Sibernet-L list about the miraculously successful treatment of tumors with flaxseed oil and cottage cheese
We also maintain an e-mail group (The Holistic Dog ) with how-to's and what-not's. We have a membership of about 600+, many longterm members who have an incredible amount of experience and knowledge about the common ailments, and even the not-so-common diseases.
The content of this site came together thanks to reader contributions and partial research of my own. If you have used herbs or supplements or other natural measures to treat one of your animal's conditions that you don't find on this site, please feel free to join the list and share your experience.
Plump whole chickens, choice cuts of beef, fresh grains, and all the wholesome nutrition your dog or cat will ever need.
These are the images pet food manufacturers promulgate through the media and advertising. This is what the $11 billion per year U.S. pet food industry wants consumers to believe they are buying when they purchase their products.
This report explores the differences between what consumers think they are buying and what they are actually getting.
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The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center cautions animal owners that xylitol, a sweetener found in certain sugar-free chewing gums, candies, baked goods and other products can potentially cause serious and even life-threatening problems for pets. Read more....
Do you know which flowers in your yard or home are toxic to your pet (Oleander, Mountain Laurel... more)? CLICK HERE to find out. Or go directly to the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center, Poison Safety