One of the main causes of chronic kidney disease is dental disease. Bacteria builds up under the gum line and enters the blood stream and invades multiple organs including the kidney. ( the heart and [...]
By Meghan|2023-09-14T15:18:47-04:00September 14th, 2023|Blog|Comments Off on Kidney disease
In part one, we looked at some of the physical differences between dogs vs. humans and the effects on nutritional requirements. We compared, the number of teeth, the structure of the dogs jaw and perhaps [...]
By Meghan|2021-09-07T08:50:47-04:00September 7th, 2021|Blog|Comments Off on Humans vs. Dogs: Part 2 – Healthy Natural Dog Food
Pasture raised animals contribute to soil microbial diversity. They fertilize the land and make it more resistant to flooding and drought. The land does not have to be ploughed. Grasses trap carbon dioxide and help fight climate [...]
By Janice Elenbass|2021-09-07T08:37:17-04:00September 7th, 2021|Tip of the week|Comments Off on Grass fed meats are better for us, our dogs and the planet.