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Mom Is Furious When Son Brings A Pit Bull Home. Then He Explains THIS To Her... One day, Tony brought home a pit bull named Sadie.

Mom Is Furious When Son Brings A Pit Bull Home. Then He Explains THIS To Her...

He got Sadie in secret. He didn’t ask for his mom and dad’s permission. They were furious, not because he brought home a dog, but because he brought home a pit bull. Really?! The most dangerous breed of dog — that’s what his parents believed — but Tony was patient, and he let them find out for themselves who Sadie really was. “I had never really met a pit bull that… has not been the most caring, social animal.

“Most people who meet them support the myths about them. Please SHARE this video to convert nonbelievers — pit bulls are wonderful, loving dogs, not the monsters some people would like you to believe they are! Super "People" Foods For Pets: People Foods Fit For Your Pups. (Picture Credit: Getty Images) Let’s face it; most people give their pups food from the table.

Super "People" Foods For Pets: People Foods Fit For Your Pups

Contrary to what you may have heard, feeding people foods to pets isn’t always a bad thing, especially if you’re giving healthy options. In fact, you may be surprised at what you can safely— and nutritiously feed your pet from the table. 1. Sweet Potatoes: One of nature’s nearly perfect foods, sweet potatoes are so healthy they should be fed to your dog daily! Healthy Pet Journal - Natural, Holistic Health Care for Dogs & Cats. Following is a list of articles written by Dr.

Healthy Pet Journal - Natural, Holistic Health Care for Dogs & Cats

Larry Siegler about natural pet health care. These are based on his 20 years of active veterinary practice, the last 10 with a focus on a holistic approach to keeping dogs and cats healthy and happy with alternative approaches to veterinary medicine. Click on the title of the article to view it: Super "people" foods for pets - people foods fit for your pet. 7 Human Foods That You Can Feed Your Dog. Ami Dobelle | | Pets If you have a dog, you’ve probably seen that adorable pleading face at mealtime with its big, sad puppy eyes looking up at you as if to say, Please let me have just one little bite!

7 Human Foods That You Can Feed Your Dog

So what if you cave in to the begging? Is all human food bad for dogs? The surprising answer is no. There are actually many human foods that are good for your dog, too. If your dog is ever sick with diarrhea, boiled hamburger meat or chicken combined with plain, boiled white rice will help settle its upset doggie stomach. WATCH NOW: The Holistic Hound’s Tasty Treats. 10 “People” Foods for Dogs. Can my dog eat that?

10 “People” Foods for Dogs

Apples, salmon, pumpkin, beans, yogurt... people foods that are safe for your dog to eat. As a responsible and informed dog lover, you probably know that too much “people food” can make your dog ill or overweight, but there are some human foods that can be safely added to your dog’s meals in moderation to give a nutritional boost to Queenie’s diet and add a bit of variety to her food bowl. Just remember: any additions to your dog’s meals shouldn’t comprise more than 25 percent of her weekly caloric requirement. 1.Yogurt is a good source of available calcium and protein.

When choosing yogurt, pick one that has live active bacteria and no sugars or artificial sweeteners. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Dog Food FAQs: Protein. Does a high protein percentage (as shown on the package) mean that a pet food is automatically better than others with lower percentages?

Dog Food FAQs: Protein

No, a higher percentage of protein doesn't mean that a pet food is automatically better than others with a lower percentage. Similarly, a lower protein percentage isn't automatically bad, provided that the protein included in the food comes from a good source (such as real chicken or real lamb meat). Don't rely solely on the percentage of crude protein shown in the guaranteed analysis on the package. While it is tempting to assume that a high percentage of protein means that a food contains a lot of beneficial protein (and is therefore better than comparable foods), this is not always the case.

Always evaluate the source of the protein - not just the amount - when considering/comparing pet foods. [ Back to Top ] Why do dogs need protein? Dogs actually require 22 amino acids (the building blocks that make up proteins). HERBS AND SPICES FOR YOUR DOG'S HEALTH. Humans have used herbs and spices to add flavour to their food and to treat ailments for thousands of years. So, it should not be surprising that there are many herbs and spices that are good for dogs. Holistic medicine for dogs includes the use of herbs and spices to treat and ameliorate ailments and diseases. Herbs and spices can also be added to your dog’s food as part of a healthy diet.

One of your dog’s best defenses against ailments and diseases is healthy immune system. A healthy diet supports a healthy immune system. Herbs and spices should not be indiscriminately given to dogs. My dogs eat the following herbs and spices ... Here is a little information on the benefits of each of these herbs/spices… Aloe Vera contains amino acids, folate, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, zinc, vitamin A, C and E. Basil is rich in essential vitamins, minerals, phyto-nutrients, electrolytes and oils that are essential for optimal health.