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Ayurvedic Medicine for Dogs Paperback – January 1, 2008
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The canine species varies greatly, from a 3 lb. teacup chihuahua to a 200 lb St. Bernard. This book doesn't take this very important aspect into account when giving remedies as no different dosage is indicated. The title of this book is called "Ayurvedic Medicine for Dogs" but it reads like it's written for human.
No list of counter-indication or studies that the herbs have been tested with dogs. As any dog owner knows, there's a whole list of foods such as onions, raisins, that's perfectly safe and healthy for human, but poisonous for dogs. How would I know if any of these herbs have the same effect? I would not put my dog at risk until that is indicated.
This is more an Ayurveda book than Ayurveda for Dogs. The title and the content do not match up.
To come up with a book like this, one needs to be an experienced holistic vet who has used ayurvedic medicine extensively in his/her practice. While Ayurveda is a wonderful health and healing system, this book reads like a hocus pocus to me.
This book has been a waste of time and money for me.