Essential Oil Use in Canine Veterinary Medicine: From the Practices of Holistic Veterinarians

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This book comes from more than three years of research on essential oil use in canine veterinary medicine. Hundreds of holistic veterinarians in the United States describe their use of essential oils in treating dogs. These veterinarians relate the scope, methods, purpose, and philosophy of essential oil use in clinical practice. More

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About Elizabeth Rowan Keith

Elizabeth Rowan Keith is an independent writer and researcher who writes on investigative, ethnographic, and scientific subjects. She also writes award-winning fiction and poetry. She has a doctorate in the biological sciences specializing in ethnobotany and a Master’s degree in public administration. Her teaching and research span the fields of sociology, geography, Native American studies, government, and the biological sciences. She holds certifications in many forms of mind/body/spirit medicine. She lives in eastern South Dakota with her husband, their dog, and many gardens.

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Review by: mlrafdal on March 09, 2012 :
As a practitioner of Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture I have found this book to be an invaluable addition to my professional library. The information transitions seamlessly from veterinary medicine into working with human patients. I highly recommend this book to any medical professional or lay person looking to learn more about the use of essential oils.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Neal Sivula on Oct. 19, 2011 :
As a practicing Veterinarian who uses essential oils in my daily practice, I welcome this book! It will become a great reference for me and one I will recommend to those interested in learning more about this growing segment of holistic veterinary care.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: DrRPalmquist on Sep. 25, 2011 :
I worked with the author on this project as her advisor and I am happy to see that other people can now benefit from her pioneering efforts to better understand how we can use essential oils in clinical veterinary practice. This is a seminal effort and one worth having for those interested in ethnobotany and the development of evidence in alternative medicine.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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