List of Nutritionals

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Recipe for a Healthy Diet

This recipe is roughly enough to feed a pet 15-30 lbs. Adjust to the needs of your pet. Generally, one meal daily is adequate. Allow pet to eat its fill. Pick up leftovers after 20 minutes.

  • 1/2 lb. raw beef, chicken, lamb, turkey, venison, occasionally seafood or eggs
  • 1/4 tsp. powdered kelp or other sea vegetables
  • 1/2 tbs. bone meal (1 tsp. if bones are fed often) or a rounded ½ tsp. EggShellent Calcium
  • 1/2 cup pureed raw veggie mix: carrots, zucchini, continue reading

Friday, June 11, 2010

The Dog Food Project

Here is a great link for everyone to take a look at...It debunks so many myths and puts a fresh prospective on what we feed our dogs.

The Dog Food Project Diet Link

Holly
Licensed Acupuncturist and Dog Herbalist continue reading

Friday, June 11, 2010

Diet For Non Raw Food Feeding

I received this menu from Dr. Ava Frick while attending her natural healing seminar. What I like about this diet is that it is suggesting cooked foods. But please notice...another Dr. staing that a GRAIN FREE DIET is the best for our pooches.Wink

CARBOHYDRATE RESTRICTED DIET

Provided By Dr. Ava Frick DMV

50% of the diet should be protein:

* MEATS- Beef, chicken, turkey, fish, venison, rabbit, duck, mutton. Cooked and kept with the grease. They need the fats for energy source. This should be at least half the protein total.

*ORGAN MEATS- Liver, kidney, heart. continue reading

Friday, June 11, 2010

PawHealer Favorite Canine Diet

Suggested Diet By Dr. Russel Swift DMV
We advocate the diet and the products as suggested by Dr. Russel Swift.

Natural Feeding, Recipe for Carnivores

This recipe is roughly enough to feed a pet 15-30 lbs. Adjust to the needs of your pet. Generally, one meal daily is adequate. Allow pet to eat its fill. Pick up leftovers after 20 minutes.

· 1/2 lb. raw beef, chicken, lamb, turkey, venison, occasionally seafood or eggs
· 1/4 tsp. powdered kelp or other sea vegetables
· 1/2 tbs. bone meal (1 continue reading

Friday, June 11, 2010

Herbs To Help Detox While Easy To Use

My source for this article is Natural Health For Dogs & Cats...by Dr. Pitcarin...I don't agree with his use of grains for diets for dogs...but that is about it...the book is a great addition to any dog owners library. I especially appreciate his section on vaccines and how they effect the canine. I with more people would read and become educated.

Alfalfa...I have mentioned it in other articles. Alfalfa is a great tonic herb that stimulates digestion as well as appetite. A great herb for dogs that have urinary problems such as crystals, or chronic bladder infections

Dog Size continue reading

Friday, June 11, 2010

Great Informative Link About Canine food Requirements

Canine Food Myths

I found this link and I feel it is well written and informative.

Me personally...I feed my three dogs only meat every day. someitmes it is boiled chicken...the ENTIRE chicken which includes the gizzards all all of that gooey stuff...and the SKIN and all the bones to boot.

The other days...I feel them ground up heart, kidney and liver with bones. I do cook for my dogs...that's what they prefer.

They have never been to the vet...and they have never been sick.

I reversed my older dogs continue reading

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