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You’d this this would be self explanatory/common sense but unfortunately it’s not for many, I’m forever seeing people recommending human over the counter medications for their dogs or ointments such as Piriton/Benadryl and Sudocrem when it comes to “Aiding” presumed environmental allergy symptoms. The above mentioned medications are common among many humans but that doesn’t … Continue reading The Dangers of Human Medications administered to Dogs without Vet Approval →
The Chakra System The chakra system is a complex network of seven spinning, energy vortexes which run throughout the entire body. Universal energy flows in and out of the chakras, along the meridian system, into the aura and then finally into the physical body. Every human and animal has them. There is no exception when … Continue reading Canine Chakras →
This short blog piece has been inspired by my most favourite RVN in the whole wide world and that’s the incredible Rachel Bean RVN MCFBA , Rachel is absolutely incredible, she is so passionate about animals especially dogs and does allot of charity work for the likes of Street Paws, goes abroad to places like … Continue reading The importance of Paws and Basic First Aid! →
from Dr Lise Hansen DVM MRCVS published by Hubble and Hattie First of all i must confess, i was a little sceptical about this book as i do find a lot of Vets are very Conventional in their approach which doesn’t gel with my Holistic Methods, my initial thoughts were “Oh here we go, another … Continue reading A Short Review of “The Complete Book of CAT & DOG HEALTH” →
Exercise is a painful thought for most but when you add a dog to the mix and exercise becomes much more FUN! Exercising is fundamental element for maintaining whole health for most species, it helps maintain body weight, regulate metabolism, keeps joints mobile , keeps their muscles elasticated , improves cardiovascular health, even helps promote … Continue reading Exercise ,Breeds and You! →
I make no joke about this topic, this topic usually offends so many dog owners because they don’t believe there dog is obese or overweight, but sometimes the truth hurts but ignoring the fact can have a detrimental income long term, now according to the Pet Food Manufacturers Association in their 2019 Obesity Report, when … Continue reading Canine Obesity- Where did we go wrong? →
Many people in the fresh food word, myself included use the word “Longevity” a lot but what does it mean? In simple terms it means how how long? So when we use this word and refer it to dogs, we simply mean their life span! How long will they live? Now the oldest dog on … Continue reading Canine Longevity – Increase or Decrease that’s up to you →
Dr Edward Bach (Pronounced: BATCH) Born: 24 September 1886 in Birmingham, UK Died: 27 November 1936 in Berkshire, UK was an English Doctor, Bacteriologist, Homeopath, and Spiritual Writer, best known for developing the Bach flower remedies, a form of alternative medicine inspired by classical homeopathic traditions. He also worked at the London Homeopathic Hospital where he developed (with the … Continue reading Bach Flower Remedies- Dr Edward Bach →
Finally some brands are awakening to real Canine Nutrition, getting away from the common 80/10/10 ratio meals, which is amazing as no body knows where this golden ratio came from but it’s not always ideal for every dog and life stage and must be tweaked, so it’s causing allot of confusion from consumers when the … Continue reading Pre-Made Raw Meals- 80/10/10 Doesn’t mean Complete! →
My answer to this 4 years ago would of been, Hell Yes!! Qualifications baby!! This opinion grew when i was doing my diploma too of course, then my advanced in experience “Peers” started to slam courses to which i argued with at the time (As i had a natural bias and blinded by something, I’ve … Continue reading Distant Learning- Online Courses: Are they worth it? →
This is one of my biggest bug bears, because when your debating against the “White Coat Effect” many ask you for peer review studies to back up your view/claims, but when your view/claim goes against the coin, you’ll struggle to find any credible peer reviewed studies especially when it comes to fresh foods in pets. … Continue reading Why isn’t there enough “Peer Reviewed” studies into the benefits of fresh foods for pets? →
Dog Bloat is a very serious and high risk condition in dogs and even with treatment, 25-30% of dogs can die from it. Dog Bloat is when the stomach will rotate or twist, and according to some sources; it is the second leading killer of dogs, after cancer. Dog Bloat is also known as Gastric … Continue reading Bloat/GVD in Dogs →
In this Blog piece i will be stepping away from my usual food/nutritional topics of blogs and more into the behaviour side of things, however i must stress i hold no qualification or experience in a professional manner in respect of being a canine behaviourist / trainer. Some of you may of come across “Flight … Continue reading Flight Distance! →
I wrote an article about this a couple of years back on my old Wix site but seems i forgot to copy it over before deleting it… My bad! However i thought i’d address this again after seeing a post from Grampian Pet Services, about the illegality of this and it’s something that seems to … Continue reading Pet Mince-Aka The Butchers Scraps →
This applies to all living things, not just Dogs/Humans! A Lectin is more commonly known for being part of a plant, although animals (Meats) too, it’s a protein shield if you like to put certain animals/insects off from eating them and to cause damage to those that do, now the damage isn’t instant, it’s subtle … Continue reading Lectins… What are they? →
Both of these forms of herbal medicine have excellent properties, some unique to themselves and some they both share such as the ability to aid constipation and other forms of bowl distress which is what they’re most commonly used for that I’ve seen across social media platforms and recommended by many veterinary herbologists . There’s … Continue reading Slippery Elm Vs Marshmallow Root →
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Digital Canine Nutrition Workshop Handouts
Topics: ✔️Managing Yeast Issues ✔️Allergies and Intolerances ✔️An Introduction to raw feeding ✔️Bones, Bones and More Bones ✔️Carbohydrates/Starch and Dogs ✔️Dry food diets and how to improve them ✔️Essential Fatty Acids ✔️Fruits and Vegetables ✔️How to Feed Fresh Foods- Thrifty ✔️How to Read Pet Food Labels ✔️Mineral Deficiency Examples (Zinc and Magnesium) ✔️Common Additives and What They Don't Tell You. ✔️The Basics of Epigenetics and How it Effects Longevity