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Snacks For Pets

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Just like us, every dog loves to snack. Though they will usually eat anything, it is best to give your pet something healthy that is natural, not processed, and synthesized from leftover parts. This will support them back to a healthier state, so the closer to nature the better. Best Snacks for Dogs: Fresh Fruits: mango, watermelon, strawberries, banana, and blueberries Vegetables: carrots, string beans, zucchini, cucumbers, spinach, bell peppers Dried Meat (un-salted and sugar-free) Peanut Butter Raw Frozen Marrow Bone (I like these the best) Antlers Note: everything in moderation, a whole watermelon, NOT, you get the point And,...

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Thanks For Sharing Our Vision

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When we first started Viand in 1995, we knew what it took to keep our pets happy and healthy: All natural, high quality pet foods and premium vitamin supplements. What we were unsure of was if others valued their pets’ well being as much as we did. Thankfully, there are people out there, like you, who appreciate what a natural diet can do for our four legged friends. We want show you our continued gratitude during this holiday of thanks: Thank you for showing your pets how much you care Thank you for embracing the wholesome diet nature intended Thank...

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Detox Your Dog

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Just like humans, dogs are benefited by a good detox. Cleansing your pet will keep him younger in spirit, increase his energy, and boost overall health. But, unlike humans, a pet cannot simply opt to drink water and cranberry juice for a few days, they need help to detox. To help your pet detox his system, change his diet for 2 weeks, following the below regimen: Day 1-2: Broth Fast Feed your pet only beef or chicken broth, supplying as much as the pet desires Day 3-4: Small Raw Diet Feed a mixture of 80% raw meat and 20% chopped...

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Dog Got Worms?

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New pets and worms go together, although we do not like to think about it. Worms have lived with our pets for many years and their life cycles are very much intertwined. Early worm stages lying dormant in the tissues of the momma are awakened and move to the newborns on their way out into their new world. Other forms of transmission are through insects, directly through the paws or through the oral/fecal route. From the early beginnings, the worms can be there. If the worm load is large, troubles can start as early as two to three weeks of...

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Ear Discharge

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Chronic ear infections and yeast problems are frequently a sign of allergies. Allergies are becoming more and more common and troublesome in both cats and dogs. Diet, digestive enzymes and probiotics, and essential fatty acids are the basics for treating allergies and chronic ear problems from the inside out. Many animals with food sensitivities and allergies have seen dramatic improvement on a raw food diet. Most animals with food allergies have unhealthy gastrointestinal systems that are not able to digest food properly. Leaky gut develops and then molecules that are too large for the body to process are allowed through...

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Food Allergies

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One of the most important ingredients in maintaining optimum pet health is a diet of fresh wholesome varied nutrients. Vitamin and mineral supplementation will further add vitality and energy to your pet. On such a diet the energy, nutrients and intelligence consumed will allow for maximum stamina and overall health. Diets fed that contain old, spoiled, and inappropriate components create an environment where, not only do the organ systems of the animal not function properly, but there is a continual attack on the body of poisons and what is called allergens or antigens. In this system, under continual attack, what...

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