Products To Help Big and Small Issues
Dog Allergies, when something just doesn’t seem right. Maybe your best buddy is itchier than usual, disinterested in their bowl, having hot spots, staining coat, dull coat or stomach issues. All of these could be signs of seasonal or food allergies. Pet allergies can manifest themselves in many ways from upset stomach to hot spots on their skin. Rawdogfoodcomplete.com has a few suggestions as we are continually researching and adding top quality products. We are always on the search for natural and organic products that will help our furry friends.
First things First – I am a big supporter of rotational feeding. This can mean changing the protein source as much and as often as possible. We know that each protein has various strengths which can truly benefit our dogs. Rotational feeding provides nutritional values and levels up the interest in eating. Interestingly enough changing their protein source regularly provides your pet with nutritional diversity, and can help prevent developing a food allergy later in life. One of my strongest recommendations in combating allergies is to make sure your protein source is from high quality farms. A dog who has allergies and eats chicken might not be allergic to chicken if it were organic chicken. Beef which has been in a feedlot has likely been given antibiotics/hormones which can then show up in the bowl. Check out our protein sources as we truly have high standards. I love the saying You Are What You Eat. We all know the power of healthy eating, sometime we just need to be reminded.
Pet Wellness Life Stress Scan – Is more than an allergy test for dogs and cats. Unlike traditional pet allergy testing, the Pet Wellness Life Stress Scan uses Biofeedback Technology with hair and saliva samples. Glacier Peak uses these samples to measure food and environmental factors that an animal may have been exposed to. The ultimate goal of the scan is to show you how removing or reducing incompatible items can help improve allergy type symptoms. The Pet Wellness Life Stress Scan is so much more than a dog allergy test kit, as it can identify energetic imbalances based on over 300 food and environmental factors. This is always a great place to start when trying to figure out why your dog is itching. Along with this you can ask to have a consultation with both Raw Dog Food Complete and Glacier Peak to analyze and set up a plan of action. All of this is included in the price.
Herbal Supplements – Glacier Peak Holistic- We are glad to add Glacier Peak Holistic products to our inventory. After hours of research, conference calls and training we are confident the herbs used and products develop meet the highest standards. Some of the products we recommend for allergies include Glacier Peak Gold, Mountain Salve, Colloidal Silver, GPH Daily Defense. Specific products can be recommended after completing the Pet Wellness Life Stress Scan. If you decide not to do the Pet Wellness Life Stress Scan we would be glad to consult with you about your dogs’ individual needs.
Supplements – Four Leaf Rover – Four Leaf Rover’s supports organic farmers and their products are free of harmful and synthetic toxins. Many of their products help with allergies including the Bovine Colostrum, Red Rover-Organic Berries for dogs, Gut Guard – For Dogs with leaky guts, Green Rover – Green Ferment for Dogs, Digest – Digestive Enzymes and Probiotics for Dogs, Yeast-Free Fido, Protect, Soil based Probiotics and Mushroom Immunity. There are lots of choices but I would be happy to help you make the choices based on the individual needs of your companion.
Lots of dogs have allergy issues, however there can be a light at the end of the tunnel. You know your dog better than anyone and carefully watching and observing as you try new ideas is a great way to find a solution. Many dogs need to focus on their gut health and as the gut heals the body heals. The journey is real and we are here to help you as you research and determine what is best for your family.
Disclaimer We’re not veterinarians. This blog is intended for educational purposes only. You are responsible for your pet(s) health and safety. We encourage you to research topics further and consult with your Veterinarian or Pet Nutritionist before modifying your pet(s) diet.