Is Pork Good for Dogs?

Many pet parents love including pork in their pet’s rotation for its high digestibility, low-fat, and nutritional qualities.  Pork is considered a neutral protein, meaning it’s not heating or cooling. It is an excellent choice for pets with digestive or skin issues, as its energetic properties are well-balanced.  It’s a great source of protein, amino […]

Do Dogs on a Raw Diet Need Supplements?

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Each pet is an individual, and some have needs that differ from others. By supplementing a fresh diet with a few extras throughout your pet’s life, you can target issues unique to your pet or work proactively to prevent or delay problems before they start.

How Diet and Environment Impact Allergies in Dogs and Cats

How Diet and Environment Impacts Allergies in Dogs and Cats

Unfortunately, there is no one-size-fits-all solution to allergies, but many pets find relief by following a more natural, holistic approach. Soothe the symptoms, focus on the root of the problem, and keep supporting the system to reduce the chances of future flares.

CAN NUTRITION AFFECT ANXIETY IN PETS?

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This guest post was written by Jody L. Teiche, Pet Health Expert & Pet Parent Coach with over 30 years of experience using homeopathy to heal pets naturally.

How to Train Your Dog When Feeding a Raw Diet

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If you’re feeding your dog a raw diet, you invest too much in keeping them healthy to feed them junk food, even for the sake of training them… and with our creative tips, you won’t have to! Lifestyle Habits Being professional dog trainers, we look at it as not only an activity but a way […]

Join Steve’s Real Food at the Raw Dog Food Summit: Oct 7-9

Just as processed food has contributed to human health issues, processed pet foods are doing the same for our beloved dogs. Chronic conditions such as cancer, obesity, allergies, and diabetes in dogs today are skyrocketing.

The big question then becomes, well, what can we do about it? Just like with humans, the solution is a natural, species-appropriate diet.