Books about your pet’s health. Please note: these books are sold by third party vendors including e-junkie, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble, and are not fulfilled through Ojibwa Tea of Life.
Newly updated in December 2012–this Amazon best-seller clearly explains all you need to know about feeding your cat: what pet food labels mean, the differences among types of food (dry, canned, raw), how your cat should eat for optimal health, how to shop for your feline companion, how to get your cat to switch to a better diet, and how to make nutritious food for your cat at home. Includes updated (as of December 2012) list of Dr. Jean’s “approved brands” of canned, dry, and frozen/freeze-dried/raw diets, as well as supplements for homemade diets. Newly added appendices include Supplements that Every Cat Needs (including specific product recommendations), and Resources.
Understanding the results of a chemistry panel or bloodwork can be as confusing as understanding the mechanic’s esimate on your car. What valuable insights can be gained by educating yourself about medical terms like BUN, Creatinine, T4, ALT, ALP, and CBC? Find out what values are commonly measured in the blood, and what they mean to your cat’s health. Newly updated (December 2012)!
Has your cat been diagnosed with diabetes? Are you looking for the most up-to-date information on this condition in cats? Are you interested in alternative treatments? Do you want to know how to prevent the disease from developing? Nearly 1 in 200 cats will develop diabetes — up from 1 in 400 just a few years ago. But this devastating disease is both preventable and treatable! This in-depth, 23 page e-book discusses conventional and holistic treatment details as well as the current scientific research on the causes and solutions to this difficult disease. Freshly updated December 2012!
Many people are allergic to cats, but there are many simple ways to minimize or eliminate the problem. This e-book takes an in-depth look at this topic, including specific treatments for both cat and person, as well as detailed instructions, and the veterinarian-formulated recipe for “Ace Allergy Drops”).
Is your tabby getting tubby? How big is too big? Does your feline pal need to enroll in kitty aerobics? Overweight cats are at risk for diabetes, arthritis, fatty liver disease, and other serious maladies. Find out what really causes obesity, and how to safely and effectively reduce your cat’s weight. Diet foods or restricting intake are NOT the right answer! Coming soon for Barnes & Noble Nook!
No coincidence here — the change of seasons and stress of the holidays causes FLUTD in many cats. Feline bladder problems are scary–and dangerous! Whether you call it FUS, FLUTD, bladder infection, cystitis, crystals, or stones, thousands of cats are made miserable by this painful and potentially chronic condition. Even though the symptoms are similar (straining to urinate, crying, excessive licking, bloody urine, squatting outside the box), they can signify different problems that may need different treatments. Learn how to prevent and treat this difficult disease with both conventional and holistic methods.
Nook Edition now available at Barnes & Noble! Click here to order directly from bn.com.
Did you know that vomiting is often the only sign of this disease in cats? Many people put up with their cat’s intermittent vomiting or diarrhea without realizing that it could be a sign of serious illness. What causes IBD, and how can you help your cat feel better? Diet, supplements, and medications can be used individually or in combination. Find out how in this ebook.
The Complete Guide to Holistic Cat Care: An Illustrated HandbookThis information-packed, lavishly illustrated book by our own Dr. Jean, co-authored with nutritionist Dr. Celeste Yarnall, is the 2010 winner of a Certificate of Excellence and a prestigious Muse Medallion award from the Cat Writers’ Association; it’s now available at your favorite online bookstores! To order from Amazon.com, click here. To get an autographed copy from co-author Celeste Yarnall, visit CelestialPets.com.
If your pet has a medical condition, please discuss all supplement use with your veterinarian.