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Steve Brown is a renowned formulator of meat-based diets for dogs and cats, researcher, author of three books on canine nutrition, and the developer of the Canine and Feline Diet Formulator™ program. Dubbed “the “balanced-diet guy,” Steve now focuses on teaching veterinarians how to balance whole food diets.
Karen Becker, DVM, is a proactive and integrative wellness veterinarian. She has devoted her career to empowering pet parents to improve their pets’ health and vitality through smart lifestyle choices. Dr. Becker focuses on identifying the causes of disease in pets, as well as preventing problems through a proactive focus on good health.
We think the best way for anyone to become convinced of the freshness and nutritional quality of our meals is to see their impact on an animal that they are already familiar with.
Kidney patients often lose their appetite, become dehydrated, develop chronic muscle wasting and weight loss. Integrative KS for dogs and cats addresses these health issues.
Barbara Royal, DVM, founder, and owner of The Royal Treatment Veterinary Center, is an internationally-renowned pioneer in complementary medicine and physical rehabilitation. A passionate advocate of common sense and cutting-edge approaches to optimal animal health, Dr. Royal provides a bridge between Western and Eastern medicine.
While the quality of ingredients is clearly one of the most important factors in choosing a pet food to recommend to your clients, it’s not the only one. The condition of the food when it reaches the consumer is equally important. The best way to assure that the food is of high quality when it’s actually consumed by the pet is to buy from as close to the source as possible.
Your clients love their pet companions, but clients don’t always understand that their companion animals’ health is ruled by their biology and genetic makeup. When the animals in your care eat Darwin’s, it bolsters their biology, making them better equipped to deal with their genetics and environmental stressors.