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Herbs for Pets 2nd Edition Released!

May 28, 2009

<>HerbsPetsBookr2web3inchThe long awaited second edition of Herbs for Pets , by author/herbalists Gregory L. Tilford and Mary L. Wulff has just been released from Bowtie Press… FINALLY!

For the past decade, Herbs for Pets has been an indispensable resource for anyone who owns or cares for companion animals. Written by two of the world’s most respected animal herbalists, the second edition of this exhaustive compendium offers the latest scientific information as well as traditional, historical and philosophical perspectives on hundreds of medicinal plants and and natural therapies— all in a more compact portable package. Here you will find an illustrated tour through the herbs— primarily Western, but also ayurvedic and Chinese— that grow in North America; their holistic applications and contraindications; and alternative approaches to treating a wide range of ailments. You will also learn to identify and grow a variety of herbs for yourself. Valuable to the health of your pet and the environment, this book will prove a go-to resource time and again for helping your pet the natural way. 328 pages; soft.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. ted plottner permalink
    July 7, 2009 11:02 pm

    i am looking for a effective probiotic and prebiotic for my cats and dogs—–I have a cat[tyler] that has been on meso silver for years….he is an AIDS cat—–I have been using a pet vitamin–probiotic from Life Extension but looking for something to do better????

    • Greg Tilford permalink*
      July 8, 2009 7:23 pm

      Hi Ted,

      You might consider using a different probiotic supplement, or a digestive enzyme supplement, such as Animal Essentials Plant Enzymes & Probiotics. You can also try adding in a prebiotic, such as my Prebiotic Plus. Remember: no two animals are alike— if a certain brand or product isn’t working for your companion, it might just be that it is the wrong “mix” for him. Try so a different one. Thanks for your question!

  2. Greg Tilford permalink*
    October 16, 2009 8:12 pm

    Hi Lynn,

    You might try going to health food store and picking up some Turmeric/Bromelain capsules (100-150mg). Break one open and mix with wet food once daily. In human studies this combo has been shown to be effective toward reducing joint pain and inflammation. From an herbalists perspective this formula also makes holistic sense, as the turmeric supports healthy liver functions that aid in the removal of toxins that might otherwise be contributing to joint pain and stiffness. I give thi supplement to my large breed senior dog, Boji. It seems to help with his mobility.

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