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The Natural Canine Healthy Symposium is a four day online event where presenters will cover topics from Canine Cancer to Herbal Healing. As a attendee you will also have access to the Facebook group where you can ask the holistic community questions and participate in the conversation.
All presentations are recorded and will be available after the event. There is so much great holistic information passed around, you just can’t miss it.
WHEN: Oct 16th – 19th
WHERE: Interactive online event
WHAT ARE THE SUBJECTS:
- Karen Becker DVM- Aging Canine Care
- Marty Goldstein DVM - Understanding Cancer
- Richard Patton PhD – Matching Diet to DNA
- Randy Kidd PhD- Growing Your Medicine
- Steve Brown – Better Fats, Better Dogs
- Dee Blanco DVM – Veterinary Cuse of Nosodes
- Richard Pitcairn DVM – Disease and Miasm
- Rodney Habib – Keynote
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Today the FDA released an update to their Chicken Jerky treat investigation. They still do not know the cause but are asking for help from the veterinarian community by requesting that lab testing be submitted to their database. They continue to investigate the Chinese chicken supplies to try to determine potential sources of contamination. The update includes the current tally of sick and diseased pets:
As of September 24, 2013, FDA has received more than 3000 complaints of illness related to consumption of chicken, duck, or sweet potato jerky treats, nearly all of which are imported from China. The reports involve more than 3600 dogs, 10 cats and include more than 580 deaths.
If you have not already stopped feeding foods imported from china, you must stop. The FDA can not conclusively determine that chicken imported from China is the problem, but in our opinion, if the FDA is targeting their investigation on it and the NY Department of Agriculture has determined that the chicken is toxic then it is best to stay away.
Raw Goat Milk Yogurt is not the thick creamy delight you are used to. Its tart, almost tangy flavor and milk like texture make it irresistible for your pets. You can feel good about giving this treat to them, knowing that the active cultures help to balance the gut flora and improve digestion.
The addition of Chia and Coconut Flour add fiber and Omega 3 fatty acids boosting your pet’s digestion and providing the important fats needed for health inside and out.
Rebuild After Antibiotics
Have you ever had your pet on antibiotics and had to deal with the loose stool side effects? This is due to the antibiotics wiping out good and bad bacteria. To repair your pets gut you have to add probiotics. Do it naturally with Raw Goat Milk Yogurt.
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It is finally here RAW GOAT MILK YOGURT
with coconut and chia!
Steve’s Raw Goat Milk Yogurt marries premium nutrition to crave-able treat. This super-food is packed with probiotics and the full gamut of vitamins, minerals and micronutrients. Feed it as a snack or use as a food topper to add raw nutrition to a dry or canned meal.
We take milk from free range, hormone and antibiotic free goats and add active cultures to make it a powerful digestive aid with added immune boosting properties. The coconut acts as a anti-microbial, anti-fungal and anti-viral while the chia is a protein packed, gluten free seed high in omgea-3s.