This holistic first aid book for dogs and cats includes acupressure, homeopathy, traditional and non-traditional treatments for emergency situations with your pets. Take Two Bones and Call Me in the Morning takes traditional first-aid techniques and enhances them with Dr. Caroline O'Sullivan's years of training and practice as a holistic veterinarian using Traditional Chinese Medicine to bring her patients to wellness. In this book you will learn:
A herbal that helps stop bleeding, internally and externally.
Homeopathic preparations to aid in common ailments.
The ABC's of CPR for your pet.
How to save a pet that is choking or drowning.
Acupressure points to help with stress, pain, eye issues, shock, vomiting, diarrhea and more.
and so much more!
About the Author
Dr. O’Sullivan has a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Purdue Veterinary Medical School. She also spent time training in exotics in Tasmania. Dr. O’Sullivan continued her training in alternative medicine with International Veterinary Acupuncture Society and added Traditional Chinese Medicine to her veterinarian techniques. Dr. O'Sullivan has a practice in Prescott Valley, Arizona at Holistic Veterinary Care & Acupuncture Center, home of “Possibilities Thinking” and free expression of joy! She provides an integrated medicine approach for her patients long term well being. This includes both Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine examinations, acupuncture, Holistic Nutrition, Herbal supplements, exercise/wellness, lab testing, some western medical treatment, rehabilitation, pain management, homeopathy, massage, weight management, pH stabilization, grief counseling, spinal manipulation, constitution and breed consultations, senior wellness planning, and an extensive referral network. Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western diagnostics are used to develop personalized treatment and long term care plans for each patient.
With a passion for veterinary medicine and a compassion for animals, Dr. O’Sullivan strongly believes that each creature she sees needs to be approached and treated individually, as no one client is identical, and each has their own unique set of needs. Upon diagnosing her patients, Dr. O’Sullivan not only develops personalized treatment plans for the current issues at hand, but also proactive long-term care plans for each patient to ensure your four-legged friends are healthy today and tomorrow. Dr. O'Sullivan promotes animal advocacy through owner education. She teaches classes regularly in the community of Prescott and Prescott Valley, Arizona. She holds seminars at Holistic Veterinary Care & Acupuncture Center, 8200 E. Valley Road, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314. Visit HolisticVetServices.com to learn more.