Psychoactive Herbs in Veterinary Behavior Medicine

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 9, 2008 - Medical - 432 pages
The phenomenal growth of public interest in alternatives to Western treatments for human disease has spilled over into veterinary medicine. Many holistic veterinarians and pet owners are now interested in using alternative remedies to solve health problems with their pets. Psychoactive Herbs in Veterinary Behavior Medicine is the first text on psychoactive herbal remedies for the treatment of behavior problems in small animals.

Psychoactive Herbs in Veterinary Behavior Medicine is an important guide for board-certified veterinary behaviorists, as well as veterinarians and veterinary students with a particular interest in behavior medicine. In addition, pet owners interested in alternative medicine for their misbehaving pets can use this well-rounded work to make informed decisions on the use of over-the-counter remedies.


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1 Western Psychoactive Herbs
2 Native American Psychoactive Herbs
3 Ayurvedic Psychoactive Herbs
4 Oriental Psychoactive Herbs
5 Miscellaneous Psychoactive Herbs
6 Suggested Clinical Applications of Psychoactive Herbs
7 Basic Approaches to Common Behavior Problems in Pet Cats and Dogs
A Psychoactive Pharmaceutical Drugs in Veterinary Behavior Practice
Parallels to Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine
C Online Resources
Index of Psychoactive Herbs
General Index

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Stefanie Schwartz, DVM, MSc, Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Behaviorists, is Director of Behavior Services, VCA South Shore Animal Hospital, South Weymouth, Massachusetts, and Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Sciences, Tufts University, North Grafton, Massachusetts. She is also national consultant to Antech Diagnostic Laboratories.

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