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Saturday, July 13, 2024




When I first got into holistic medicine I did not realize there was an international/national movement or organization promoting the concept (The American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association).  I just wanted to improve my percentage of success in alleviating the disease and the suffering of my patients.  The internet was not then available.  I did not know any other practitioner (for humans or animals) that was into holistic medicine, although I was aware of several chiropractors who were naturally oriented.  My source was books I could find.  My first book was prophetically given to me by a young lady named Debbie that worked for me as a vet tech/groomer when I first opened my own practice in 1976. The book was Herbal Handbook for Farm and Stable by Juliette deBairacli Levy, who shared with Debbie a passion for Afghan hounds.  Interestingly, a client showed up at my office three weeks ago referencing this book for treatments for her dog's skin.

The following are books in my own library and those which I highly recommend!  They reflect my two passions in life... holistic veterinary medicine and biblical studies.