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Many Pets Experience These Common Ailments
  • Scratching/Itching
  • Runny Eyes/Nose
  • Bad Breath
  • Hot Spots
  • Diarrhea/IBS
  • Arthritis
  • Fatty Tumors
  • Liver, Pancreas & Kidney Issues
Where do these AILMENTS come from?

Understanding the anatomy of our Cats and Dogs is the hardest part. Most people suspect their critter has allergies, but the truth for most pets is that even the most expensive commercial pet foods are not providing the nutrients needed for proper survival, and instead contain some of the elements that can cause these ailments.

So what’s REALLY HAPPENING to your pet?

After the body recognizes that it is only being offered a commercial wet food or commercial dry food the body begins to reject the food. It’s the Small Intestine’s job to release vitamins and nutrients into the blood system, making it one the most important organs in the body. However, when faced with preservatives, additives and the possible rancidity of the food, it beings to place a mucus lining around the shell of the intestine wall to protect your critter. This lining also prevents live nutrients from readily entering the body, leading to many of the ailments listed above, which often appear to people as allergies. Once the lining is removed the body begins to heal itself and the critter returns to normal.

What do you mean by RANCID FOOD?

Most foods, especially proteins, aren’t meant to keep on a pantry shelf. Commercial pet food companies must use lots of preservatives to make dry kibble viable for long periods outside a refrigerated environment.

Why isn’t RAW FOOD the answer?

Yes, they’d eat raw foods in the wild; but we can’t duplicate the TRUE freshness of a wild kill. Most animals also wouldn’t eat bone in the quantities found in raw and commercial foods. They eat around and through the bone, where as commercial pet food companies grind up whole bones to create filler for their foods. This can create an imbalance of calcium and phosphorus levels, leading to excessive itching and scratching.

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