In sum, Mercola's Healthy Pets website is an offshoot of one of the most dangerous sites on the Internet in terms of the level of misinformation and potential to cause real harm, and as such any links to it should be considered with deep suspicion.
2. Dogs Naturally
Dogs Naturally reads like the furry lovechild of Deepak Chopra and Vani Hari; half quasi-spiritual, perpetually-smiling ramblings about "synergy", half shrill, paranoid proslytizing about the latest "chemikillz" that are out to get us. In short, this magazine would be hilarious if people didn't actually believe what it was telling them.
With posts about how to create a "first aid kit" out of herbal preparations, how to repel fleas by dressing your dog in a special necklace, and linking fear of thunderstorms to - you guessed it - rabies vaccinations, Dogs Naturally isn't just a one-stop shop for kooks, it's genuinely dangerous.
Not only does Dogs Naturally, like Mercola, offer a ringing endorsement to anyone wishing to put their dogs at risk by not vaccinating them, they also question the ethics of the veterinary profession on a seemingly weekly basis, with no evidence to support their frankly scandalous claims of vets being "murderers". For their relentless sowing of distrust and misinformation under the guise of "taking control of your dog's health", Dogs Naturally are a close second on the list.