How to make raw dog food
Dr Karen Becker DVM interview about the benefits of a raw diet
Why Adding “Human Food” To Your Dog’s Diet Is So Important
Video 2: The Raw Feeding Rules
Step 1: Watch The “How To Find 5 Dangerous Ingredients In Your Dog’s Food That AREN’T On The Label Video” Now!
For Those Who Choose To Think For Themselves
Bichon Lovers only tattoos safely and gently!
To titer or to revaccinate
Vaccine Dangers – The threat to our pets
The Lepto Vaccine: Why Vets Give It Yearly
Dog Vaccines: What Every Vet (And Pet Owner) Should Know
When Your Dog’s Poop Looks Like This, Visit Your Vet
This Dog Suffered From A Heart Failure In A Park. This Is How CPR Saved His Life! OMG!
Dog Cancer: Five Simple Steps To Prevent It
Help Make Your Pet Hostile Toward Fleas and Ticks
5 Ways To Get Pesticides Out Of Your Dog
Why I Don’t Give My Dogs Heartworm Meds (And Why You Shouldn’t Either)
Diatomaceous Earth for Pets and Animals
Typical daily meal for our adults & juveniles at Bichon Lovers angels where dreams really do come true. I hope the following information is helpful, as It was a request from friends on Facebook, to post what I feed my adults and juvenile dogs at this Facebook page.
Fresh purée home made cooked and then frozen pumpkin
Organic coconut oil
Organic Raw pumpkin seeds
Canned wild Atlantic Salmon (omegas)(teaspoon per day)
And the following herb mix
Our daddy makes this delicious bone broth for us to eat.
Bone broth full of all natural nutrients from the bones.
I’ve posted pictures below of bone broth. Bone broth is great to use when having to give pills. We give ours their vitamins in the bone broth.
We also one egg yoke per adult fluff twice a week.
The shell is cleaned dried and crush for a natural calcium vitamin.
Rooibos Tea for Dogs – Immune System Health, Cancer Inhibitor, Allergy Mediator
Fennel Seeds are rich in dietary fibre, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, rich in vitamins, minerals. They also help protect the body from infection, disease and cancer. Fennel seeds are good for the urinary tract. They also help in the absorption of food stuff – thereby helping to keep your dog’s teeth clean and helping with digestion.
Green Tea is rich in anti-oxidants and is helpful in fighting some cancers. It is also calming. Make sure you use decaffeinated Green Tea.
We will be introducing Oatmeal into their diet in light of the information from
Oats for Dogs: Part I – Introduction
by Randy Kidd DVM PhD in Herbs, Holistic Care
DIY Natural, Herbal Dewormers for Dogs and Cats