Books from Catherine O’Driscoll
“In this book Catherine O’Driscoll will take you through the gripping tale of her own personal journey, warts and all, from a blind faith in the pronouncement of experts, to the realisation that she had to do her own research and become her own expert in her animals’ health. She describes the toll it took on her life, health and family and the interpersonal politics that go on in even small organisations where everyone is ostensibly devoted to the same cause.
“It is a tribute to the author that she has managed to keep going in the face of so many setbacks and has never given up. She has kept on, and keeps on, in her efforts to inform people of what they can do to improve their pets’ health, to protect companion animals and their owners from the avoidable suffering and heartbreak that she, her animals and countless other people and their animals, who have contacted her through the years, have gone through.
“Her scope is wide. By the time you finish the last chapter, you will have a global understanding of the complex interests controlling the health and well-being of your animals, your children, and yourself – and perhaps the beginning of an inkling of an answer to the question, ‘Why?’”
Dr Jayne LM Donegan
MBBS DRCOG DCH DFFP MRCGP MFHom
Catherine O’Driscoll’s latest book is a brilliantly researched, wide-ranging, and comprehensive treatise on canine health and disease. This book is a deeply scientific and respectful expose of the causes of so much ill health and suffering in the modern dog.
Catherine’s easy to read style, combined with her well researched and up-to-date scientific information, deserves to be understood and digested by anyone who has a genuine interest in fostering their own health and the health of their canine companions. In fact, Catherine’s book is a “MUST READ” for anyone who is concerned about the pandemic of health issues suffered by today’s canine family members - and that includes ALL members of the Veterinary profession.
This book makes an ideal present for Dog owners, Dog Breeders, Dog trainers… in fact anyone who plays any role at all in the world of Dogs. If this book were to become required reading for every undergraduate and newly graduated veterinarian, we could look forward to a time, in the not too distant future, when there would be far less canine suffering.
Dr Ian Billinghurst, BVSc (Hons), BScAgr, Dip Ed,
Veterinary Surgeon, Acupuncturist,
Author, Educator, Nutritionist
Other books by Catherine O'Driscoll
Animals are more than we think they are. Increasingly, human beings are learning how to communicate with the animals mind-to-mind - and what the animals tell us is nothing short of amazing.
This book examines the human mind and the animal mind, and gives valuable tools for healing.
This book, first published in 1997, started a revolution in canine healthcare. It called the veterinary vaccine industry and the veterinary profession in their willingness to administer vaccines that were simply not needed. Annual shots have never, ever, been necessary. And they are intrinsically unsafe.
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Who Killed The Darling Buds Of May?
Out Of Print
A Chronicle of Joy - The Golden Retriever Companion
Out Of Print