The information included in this section of the WTCA’s website is provided by the WTCA health committee. It is not our intention that the information contained herein be used as a substitute for professional veterinary care. We hope the links and information provided will aid in your understanding of health issues that may occur in Welsh Terriers. Not all health problems identified in Welsh Terriers are of an inherited nature.
Pet owners today are often in search of alternative choices in the medical care they select for their animals. These therapies include Homeopathy, Chiropractic , Cranial Sacral Work, Acupuncture, Nutraceuticals, as well as other healing modalities. Listed below are links to Veterinarian Associations and articles you might find of interest.
- American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association
- American Veterinary Chiropractic Association
- The Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy
- The International Veterinary Acupuncture Society
Books offering more information about alternative healing modalities:
- Homeopathic Care for Cats and Dogs, by Don Hamilton, DVM
- Natural Health For Dogs & Cats, by Richard H. Pitcairn, DVM
- The Holistic Guide For A Healthy Dog, Wendy Volhard & Kerry Brown, DVM
- Four Paws Five Directions, by Cheryl Schwartz, DVM
- The Natural Remedy Book for Dogs & Cats, by Diane Stein
- How To Have a Healthier Dog, by Wendell O. Belfield, DVM & Martin Zucker
- The Nature Of Animal Healing, by Martin Goldstein, DVM
* This page is not intended as a substitute for veterinary advice. The WTCA is not responsible for the content of linked sites. The links are provided solely for the convenience of the reader.