DOMESTIC ANIMALS AND WILDLIFE

This path lets you take a peak at the critters that have graced my life and presents information for those that may cross your path as well.

Our Extended Family

~The Monkeys~   ~The Birds~   ~The Dogs & The Cats~
~The Horses~   ~More of the Farm Gang~

There's a Moose on the Loose and he is in our back pasture!!
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Other Wild Visitors...
(some are rehabbed & Released, some just wandered in)
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Wildlife Resources 

Here you will find information and guidance to helping our earth's wildlife....... 

Wildlife Web Site Directory:
http://www.tc.umn.edu/~devo0028/  

How To Locate a Wildlife Rehabilitator: http://www.tc.umn.edu/~devo0028/contact.htm   

Wildlife Rehabilitators in the State of Maine: Click here for Directory

State by state listing of alternative vets at: 
http://www.altvetmed.com/ahvmadir.html/  

Recommended Books

Homeopathy Unveiled, An Explanation Of How It Really Works by Giri Wescott. 
Explanation of what Homeopathy is and how it works. 


Homeopathic Treatment For Birds by Beryl Chapman. 


Homeopathic Treatment Of Small Animals by C. Day. 
Some references to non cat and dog species. 


A Veterinary Materia Medica And Clinical Repertory by G. Macleod. 


Natural Health For Dogs And Cats by R.H. Pitcairn. 
Covers a lot of diet and herbal remedies and some homeopathy. It is beginner oriented. 


Pocket Manual Of Homeopathic Materia Medica With Repertory by W. Boericke. 
This book is a main reference book, also the easiest to use for wildlife. 


The Family Guide to Homeopathy by Dr. Andrew Lockie. 
Basic, beginners book on human Homeopathy. Not to be confused with another book by same author with lots of color photos. 


Homeopathy for the First Aider by Dr. Dorothy Shepherd. 
Anyone interested in homeopathy should read this book. First published in 1945, it covers all the sorts of basic traumas seen in animals; pain, bruising, wounds, hemorrhage, burns, foreign bodies in eyes and ears, frostbite, etc. Very basic but dated language. 


Cries of the Wild, A Wildlife Rehabilitator's Journal, by Jeff Lederman. 
A must read for everyone! Wildlife rescue and rehab stories with many homeopathic references.

 

 

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