Love, Miracles, and Animal Healing: A Veterinarian's Journey from Physical Medicine to Spiritual Understanding

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Simon & Schuster, 1995 - Technology & Engineering - 238 pages
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In this inspiring new book, Love, Miracles, and Animal Healing, Dr. Allen M. Schoen, a renowned and widely respected veterinarian, shares healing secrets he has learned from patients as diverse as a wounded hawk, a rabbit who showed him how love can conquer death, and a German shepherd brought back to life after going into cardiac arrest. Dr. Schoen's groundbreaking insights are the products not of one man's fancy but of his frustration with the limitations of conventional medicine. While other vets pronounce a death sentence on seemingly hopeless cases, Schoen has never been content just to "put the dog down, " or "ship the cow, " or "put the horse out of his misery." Instead, he has pushed beyond conventional medical wisdom to chart new courses of healing. And time and time again, he has discovered that the deep spiritual relationship that develops between him and his animal patients, between owners and their pets, and even between animals themselves is a vital part of the healing process.

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Review: Love, Miracles and Animal Healing: A Veterinarian's Journey from Physical Medicine to Spiritual Understanding

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Read this when I was very young. I remember it being a great book. Read full review

Contents

ONE Megans Miracles II
11
TWO Answered Prayers
24
THREE From a Dose of Beer to a Kick the Butt
33
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About the author (1995)

Allen M. Schoen, D.V.M, M.S., is one of the most sought-after doctors of veterinary medicine in the nation. He frequently lectures at conferences and schools across the United States and is the author of three other books, including Love, Miracles, and Healing. An affiliate faculty member at Colorado State University of Veterinary Medicine, he lives in Sherman, Connecticut.

Pam Proctor is president of College Application Consultants, Inc, a former senior editor/writer for PARADE MAGAZINE, and cowriter of nine books.

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