The Spirit of Animal Healing: An Integrative Medicine Guide to a Higher State of Well-being

The Spirit of Animal Healing: An Integrative Medicine Guide to a Higher State of Well-being

by Marty Goldstein


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The Spirit of Animal Healing is the follow up to Dr. Marty Goldstein's bestselling book on holistic veterinary medicine, The Nature of Animal Healing.

It is chock full of the very latest integrative medical knowledge (which combines conventional therapies with complementary and alternative medicine). Coupled with the vast amount of specialized expertise and learning Dr. Marty has gained from his own practice over the past 45 years, the book takes readers on a journey to the leading edge of integrative veterinary understanding to achieve greater insight into the minds and bodies of their animal companions.

However, this book is not simply a new edition of Dr. Marty's first book with some refreshed content. It is a completely new book in which Dr. Marty turns the traditional approach to animal care upside down. The Spirit of Animal Healing provides readers with the most up to-date tools and knowledge they need to keep their dogs and cats healthy and prevent disease from occurring in the first place, instead of just treating their animal companions when they are sick.

Topics covered include:
*Nutrition and supplements
*Integrative remedies and harmful treatments
*Cutting edge therapies
*The truth about vaccinations
*The latest in cancer treatments
*The spiritual nature of animals
*True, mind-blowing cases from over the years
-And much more!

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781250249692
Publisher: St. Martin's Publishing Group
Publication date: 02/02/2021
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 214,702
Product dimensions: 8.20(w) x 5.40(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Dr. Marty Goldstein's Smith Ridge Veterinary Center is in South Salem, New York. He received his D.V.M. from the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine and has been at the forefront of integrative medicine for pets for decades. He has many cats and dogs, all of which are quite old and healthy. Dr. Goldstein is also the author of The Nature of Animal Healing.

Table of Contents

Introduction: What's New? ix

1 How Far Have We Come? 1

2 A New Perspective on How the Mind and Body Heal 18

3 Inside Your Pet's Mind and Body 38

4 Food Is Still Where It Starts 64

5 The Tremendous Power of Nutraceuticals 102

6 Other Remarkable Therapies 144

7 The Current State of Dog and Cat Disease 183

8 Doctor, Do No Harm 239

9 Walking Through Your Pets Spiritual World 273

10 Tails Beyond the Clinic 298

11 Looking to the Future-Where Do We Go from Here? 334

Acknowledgments 343

Notes 347

Index 357

About the Author 369

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