by Shawn Messonnier
The use of nutritional and herbal supplements for both humans and their pets continues to grow each year. Today, most, if not all, veterinarians prescribe nutritional supplements, and their patients continue to benefit from them. Enhance traditional treatments, meet client expectations, and improve patient care by being well-versed in the use of supplements with the help of this user-friendly handbook.
The only pocket-size book for veterinarians that covers the basics of using supplements in the veterinary practice, this handy resource includes:
- A review of 42 nutritional supplements that can be used in the care of dogs and cats
- Comprehensive, easy-to-find details for each supplement, including origin, indications, contraindications, adverse side effects, dosages, and interactions
- Appendixes detailing supplements that may affect blood coagulation; interact with anesthetics, sedatives, or antidepressants; and reduce side effects from and/or enhance cytotoxicity of chemotherapy and radiation therapy
- Additional information on antioxidants
This time-saving quick-reference guide will make it easier to use nutritional supplements in your practice.
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