Posts Tagged "pet food"


Ya think? But of course they are allowed just a little deception in pet food advertising aren’t they? Allowed to embellish just a LITTLE? Ahem, well I suppose if you have deep pockets and all, you are allowed. BUT if you share natural health, and REAL food you are not allowed…not even a tiny bit, nope. AND to top it off natural health practitioners are the ones attacked and labeled as pseudo scientists. Oh what a tangled...

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Pet Nutrition and Genetics

Pet Nutrition and Genetics


Posted By on Mar 3, 2013

This week I am going to share our latest show with you about nutrition and genetics. Before I do though let me give you a little update on our life with King. Having a dog again is SO awesome! King is such a gem, so trusting with me when I have to trim his nails, clean ears, and he LOVES being brushed. Last night he went straight into his crate and we left the door open to see if he’d sleep in there without being locked in. The...

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The following report by the Environmental Working Group (EWG) is an in depth report on the high levels of toxic industrial chemicals that are now commonly found in dogs and cats: High Levels of Toxic Industrial Chemicals Contaminate Cats And Dogs “This study is the most comprehensive investigation of the chemical body burden of companion animals conducted to date, with 23 chemicals reported in pets for the first time”, was...

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Musings on raw feeding

Musings on raw feeding


Posted By on Nov 18, 2006

Several things to keep in mind, we’ve been “learned” by a well-oiled machine called the pet food industry that would have us all believe that our dogs and cats are furry children (well they are to us but…) they are also house carnivores/predators. The worries you have are for humans NOT carnivores. Another propaganda by the pet food industry is that we supposedly have to worry about these things but our house...

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Recently we talked at length on our podcast about dental care for your pets. Many of you may wonder why this would be so important. We always tell people that if you keep the teeth and gums healthy, the intestinal tract healthy and the spine healthy, your pet will most likely BE healthy AND thriving! Just like us humans our pets can and do get periodontal disease. It is actually quite common these days in fact and we attribute this to...

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