We all know fresh foods like eggs, apples and broccoli are healthier than breakfast cereal (the equivalent of kibble as pet food.) But many pet owners still hesitate to refute their veterinarian’s advice. Even if that advice conflicts with common sense we’re conditioned to accept it. Luckily more and more scientific evidence supporting fresh feeding is published every day.
Vitamin D Death and Recalls by TruthAboutPetFood.com
The Taurine Controversy by FoodRegulationFacts Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs eating grain-free diets is a hot topic in pet news right now. Many pet parents feel concerned, confused, frustrated and even a little misdirected right now. The implication is that pet foods that don’t contain grains are in some way missing a vitally important nutrient, […]
Below is the transcript of Dr. Karen Becker’s interview with Chelsea Kent. The full text of Dr.Becker’s article with a summary and video of the interview can be seen here on the Healthy Pets by Mercola site: CLICK HERE Food Regulation Facts: Ensuring the Quality of Your Pet Food Products: A Special Interview With Chelsea […]
Vaccinating Small Dogs: Risks Vets Aren’t Revealing Posted: 30 Sep 2009 12:01 AM PDT with www.truth4dogs.com At last, a smoking gun … discovered pointing directly at Chihuahuas, Dachshunds, Maltese, Yorkies and other small dogs … in fact, pointed at all dogs receiving multiple vaccines during one clinic visit. Many scientific studies and taskforce reports have […]
For some owners, providing medication to their pets is a nightmare no matter how many times we tell them that we’re giving it because we love them, they just don’t listen. Also, some medications taste so bad that even pets that understand how much you love them and want to take it can’t get it […]
The goat milk diet was developed for humans by the Mayo Clinic in the 1930’s. They called it “The Milk Cure”. Our mother Julia, (Jacqueline and Roxanne’s) read about it in a books the company was using for research, The Untold Story of Milk by Dr. Ron Schmid. It explained the protocol of ingesting nothing […]
What’s the difference between Beef and Bison? Bison bones are a little smaller than Beef bones (weird, right?) and Beef is more commonly an allergen than Bison. If you have a dog that is potentially allergic to any proteins we recommend giving Bison bones. Can I give them to cats, too? What about pets with […]