Essential Non-fiction Books about Dog Cancer and How to Improve Our Beloved Friend’s Health
We are looking for practical books, personal essays, dog health tips, diet books, resources that are tried, proven in any sense for our beloved family member.
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Blissy Extended Her Life Despite Cancer Myths!, by Linda Julius
Many dog lovers want to prepare their dog's food at home, but feel it is too complex. “Blissy Extended Her Life Despite Cancer Myths! – How to take a liver tumor diagnosis of 24 hours and turn it into 365 additional days of life with your dog” provides the true story of Golden Retriever dog BLISSY and her owner Linda. Blissy has been diagnosed with “inoperable liver cancer” in November 2019.
When the vet said that Blissy has hours maximum days to live and Linda should put Blissy down, Linda´s entire world collapsed. Thankfully Linda & Blissy both refused to accept this death diagnosis. Instead, Linda started cooking with a special cooking method. This book is also an easy road map to the essentials of canine nutrition, written in easy-to-understand language. Based on her own journey with her beloved dog Blissy, Linda describes how she met Blissy and why she finally turned to become the only true love in her life.
The Dog Cancer Survival Guide, by Demian Dressler, Susan Ettinger
No matter what you’ve heard, there are always steps you can take to help your dog fight (and even beat) cancer.
This scientifically researched guide is your complete reference for practical, evidence-based strategies that can optimize the life quality and longevity for your dog. No matter what diagnosis or stage of cancer your dog has, this book is packed with precious advice that can help now.
42 Rules to Fight Dog Cancer, by Aimee Quemuel
The book is a compilation of real stories, told by real people about their successful battle against dog cancer. The book is rooted in the thought that through the collective knowledge of dog owners everywhere, we will be closer to eradicating this disease. Filled with concrete tips that you can start using immediately, 100% of the author's proceeds will be donated to dog-related causes.
The Natural Vet's Guide to Preventing and Treating Cancer in Dogs, by Shawn Messonnier DVM
Cancer is the number-one killer of American pets. With this easy-to-use yet comprehensive guide, veterinarian Shawn Messonnier, one of the nation's leading experts on integrative veterinary medicine, presents the latest research on both treating new diagnoses of cancer and preventing cancer before it takes the lives of our beloved family dogs. In addition to conventional treatments, Dr. Messonnier presents detailed information on such complementary therapies as antioxidants, herbal preparations, homeopathic remedies, raw food, nutritional supplements, and acupuncture. While no therapy is right for every dog, Dr. Messonnier's book gives pet owners the vital information they need to explore all their options with their veterinarian.
Home Cooking for Your Dog, by Christine Filardi
This is the first holistic cookbook for dogs to include recipes for cooked meals, treats, and the raw food diet―a big trend in the pet industry. User-friendly, chop-licking recipes like Fido’s Fishcakes, Potluck Polenta, and Peanut Butter and Coconut Cakes call for healthy ingredients you can find in your local grocery store (or may already have at home) to create balanced, nutritious meals for a healthier, happier dog. Headnotes provide nutrition information, cooking tips, and anecdotes from the author about her own four dogs to help readers transition their dogs to a homemade diet. Hence the book isn't directly connected to cancer topic, it is a great resource to prevent it.
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