Pet health facts
If you are looking for educational articles on pet nutrition or additional information about pet care and wellness, please view one or more of the pages listed below.
In addition to learning about the differences of Viand products compared to widely-commercialized pet food, you will find enlightening articles on: a step by step pet detoxification regimen, importance of vitamins and supplements and other interesting pet care tips.
Why is real meat, as the first ingredient, so important in pet food? Meat is a basic natural food source for a carnivore, which our canines and felines are. Some may believe that our dogs and cats are omnivores; however, omn.
The Detox Diet
Even when one chooses to temporarily reduce their pets’ intake for several days in a row (50% of the normally fed amount) they are allowing their pet to naturally cleanse, rebalance and strengthen many of their biological (circulatory, digestive, endocrine, immune, lymphatic, muscular, nervous.
Vitamins and Supplements
There are two types of vitamins: water-soluble and fat-soluble. Your dog needs both. B and C vitamins are water-soluble. This means any excess of the vitamin is filtered through the kidneys and urinated out after ingestion. Because of this, these vitamins must be present in every meal. Vitamin.
The Importance Of Meat
If you are a vegetarian you may have an aversion to handling meat. However, understanding how your pet’s body works may make you more receptive to supplementing a diet with this important protein source. Since the advent of commercial pet food, we have been led to believe that feedi.
Feeding Puppies vs. Feeding Older Dogs & (feeding guidelines)
During the first seven months of your dog’s life, he will increase his birth weight from 15 to 40 times. By one year, his birth weight will increase up to 60 times and his skeletal development will be almost complete. As a puppy he needs approximately double the amount of food as an adult. The.
Clinical Case Study
The results of this study suggest that 74.7% of common diseases in dogs and 63% of common diseases in cats can be eliminated without medical intervention over one year with diet modifications. 505 dogs and 83 cats , all with assorted chronic skin diseases, were treated by diet alone.