People who have made the switch to feeding their cats a raw meat diet invariably describe their light bulb moment — that instant when they realized the food they had been feeding just wasn’t right.
From a holistic standpoint and according to expert Gregory Tilford in Herbs for Pets, “the holistic herbalist looks beyond the symptoms of disease to identify and correct their underlying causes.
Is your dog is lunging and pulling at the end of his leash and acting aggressive or reactive towards other dogs? Dog reactivity, or over reactive dogs, can be a serious problem. Besides training, diet might be an issue.
If you are changing your dog’s diet from dry (kibble), canned or raw foods without vegetables to balanced, lean raw diets with vegetables like Darwin’s, it’s best to slowly introduce the new food. Over a period of seven to ten days, slowly increase the amount of Darwin’s food until your dog is eating Darwin’s full time.
Won’t Get Fooled Again. If you haven’t seen the documentary “Pet Fooled” , you should…before you feed your pet one more store-bought meal. It’s available right now on Netflix, iTunes, Vimeo and Amazon.com.
We went for a walk in farm land, and boy, was he in poop-eating heaven; cow poop, horse poop, I don’t know what poop. I was mortified. Would I ever be able to let him kiss me on the face again?
Fish is not a natural part of a cat diet, and yet, so many cats love it. To some extent, it’s because pet food manufacturers offer a large variety of fish-based foods.
A well-balanced gut microbiome is important for the health of our dogs. In this article I will discuss a healthy gut microbe, its effect on your dog’s body, their behavior and how you, through feeding a well- balanced diet, can support their gut health.
My dogs Trevie and Lacy seem to be allergic to everything. These days so many dog food brands are advertising lamb or lamb mixed in with something else as a good allergy alternative to other ingredients.
Google “why dogs eat grass” and you’ll find 2,000,000 plus articles listing reasons from eating grass to compensate for missing nutrients in their diets to eating grass when they feel nauseated. I think these explanations have some validity, however, they do not tell the whole story.
I don’t usually pay a lot of attention to this. But with 3” of snow in my yard, after switching to your food, I couldn’t help but notice, my dog’s pee is a pink color. Is that normal?