Stress is a universal cause of both wellness and illness in our companion animals. This book examines the health-stress connection and offers a progressive approach to physical and emotional care. Topics include feeding, vaccinations, training, environment, and more. Dr. McCutcheon's preventive approach to pet care embraces traditional and alternative health modalities in a complete holistic philosophy.
PAUL McCUTCHEON, DVM, is the founder of Toronto's East York Animal Clinic, serving 5,000 patients, and a former director of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association and the Human-Animal Bond Association of Canada. Dr. McCutcheon penned the Ask a Vet column for Chatelaine magazine and has contributed numerous articles to Pets Quarterly, Dogs Annual, Alive Magazine, Health Naturally, California Veterinarian, Canadian Veterinary Journal, and the Journal of the International Institute of Stress. He hosted the popular Canadian television series Perfect Pet People and the radio show People and Pets. SUSAN WEINSTEIN is a writer with a special interest in animals and health care. Recent articles have appeared in The Whole Dog Journal and Dogs! Dogs! Dogs! Based in Eastern Ontario, she has worked with Dr. McCutcheon as a client-collaborator since 1988.