JustForPetsAustin.com recommends the following web sites for those of you who are interested in learning more about nutrition, wellness, alternative/complementary healing, and holistic health alternatives that are available today for your pet. This information is provided for informational/educational purposes only. None of the sites listed below have compensated JustForPetsAustin.com for being included on this list. We will continue to update as we find other sites of interest and relevance.
If you know of a particular website that would be complementary to those below, please feel free to send them to us for inclusion in our list.
a free educational site providing good information on alternative, holistic, complimentary and preventative methods you can use to improve the health of your pets and yourself!
The USDA site that provides the current regulations and definitions for what constitutes “organic” in the United States today.
The Whole Dog Journal is an excellent source of unbiased information on natural & home prepared diets, holistic care and non-violent training.
The American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association web site has useful information on alternative medicine for companion animals and a directory or holistic vets, organized by state.
The Animal Protection institute offers hard facts and information on some of the horrors of the conventional pet food industry.
Naturalways has a straightforward, clearly written directory outlining the medicinal and health benefits of numerous foodstuffs.
Medicinal Herbs Online offers interesting information on the medicinal properties of many herbs.
The USDA Nutrient Database has a wealth of scientifically based nutritional information on the composition of thousands of foodstuffs. An invaluable resource for evaluating the nutritional content of various components of a home prepared diet.
Another great nutrition database, with useful tools for analyzing home made diet ingredients.
This website, is another great resource for finding information about complementary and alternative therapies in veterinary medicine.