Optimum Pet Nutrition
Dr. Ian Billinghurst D.V.M. - "Most of the disease problems we vets see
are caused by only one thing - poor nutrition. Most modern dog owners are taught to believe that
feeding dogs is such a difficult task. Nothing could be further from
the truth. "
William Pollak D.V.M - "Recent studies have shown processed
foods to be a factor in increasing numbers of pets suffering from cancer,
arthritis, obesity, dental disease and heart disease. Dull or unhealthy
coats are a common problem with cats and dogs and poor diet is usually
the cause, according to many veterinarians and breeders. In the wild, no one cooks for the coyote or wolf; no one brushes their teeth.
Their foods are raw and unprocessed."
T.J. Dunn D.V.M.- "There is ample proof that today's pet dogs and cats do not thrive on cheap,
packaged, corn-based pet foods. Dogs and cats are primarily meat
eaters; to fill them up with grain-based processed dry foods that barely
meet minimum daily nutrient requirements has proven to be a mistake."
The number of cases of kidney failure among dogs and cats that ate poisoned pet food could
total in the tens of thousands says Dr. Paul Pion, president of the Veterinary
Information Network. Irradiated pet food endangering
pets health, killing pets
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The Immune System: Animal's body defense department
Rob Robertson, M.D - "Nearly everything that goes wrong with
us and our pets, with the exception of trauma - i.e. broken bones, etc.,
can be traced directly to an immune system failure". Pollution, drug
overload and nutrient-poor diets compromise our immune health.
to self-healing is a strong defense system, which protects dogs and
cats from everything from the flu germs to cancer cells. More than their
mainstream counterparts, holistic veterinarians believe that a weak
immune system plays a key role in causing disease. Antibiotics fight
infection, but they don't affect whatever weakened the immune system
in the first place. This is why holistic veterinarians focus less on
things that cause diseases and more on those that affect the body's
Dr. Will Falconer, DVM - "Most of the chronic diseases we
commonly see in animals (and humans) have an immune basis, e.g. diabetes,
allergies, asthma, thyroid disease, inflammatory bowel diseases, repeated
ear infections, cancer, etc. While they can be cured through the careful
use of homeopathy, the road to cure can be a long one -- often years
if the animal has had years of disease.
Transfer factors can significantly shorten the course, by giving
a much needed balancing effect to the immune system. If the immune system
is overactive as in allergies, ear infections, asthma, diabetes, or
hypothyroidism, transfer factors can balance this over activity so the
system is not attacking its own organs, overreacting to things that
shouldn’t be perceived as a threat. If, conversely, the immune system
is under-active as in mange, parasites, viral infections, or cancer,
Transfer factors can clearly stimulate it to better meet the challenges
it needs to be alert to."