HOW TO BRING MY DOG TO THE STATE OF HIS HIGH PERFORMANCE


"Dogs that ate any green leafy vegetables, like broccoli, had reduced the risk of developing bladder cancer by 90% and the dogs that consumed any yellow-orange vegetables like carrots reduced the risk by 70%!" - Raghavan, Knapp, Bonney, 2005

Start With Why?

According to The Veterinary Cancer Society, cancer is the leading cause of death in 47% of dogs.

Researched made by Pet Obesity Prevention showed that more than 59 % of dogs are overweight.

Want more?

Heart, kidney and liver disease are epidemics …

What are the main causes for these numbers? Guess…

The answer is DIET.

Commercial Dog Food Is A Fast Food

Heavily-processed fast foods (burgers, fries, tacos, etc.) as a big diet component can cause major health problems in people. How can fast foods be good for dogs?

Only dog food manufacturers think this nonsense makes sense. Dogs and people share roughly 75% the same genetic makeup, and we have similar nutritional needs. What we’re doing to our own health with processed foods, we’re also doing to our dogs. And it’s happening faster.

Dog food may legally contain “4-D” meat: meat from dead, dying, diseased and disabled animals.

Add a little road kill, mill floor sweepings labelled as grain, and corn contaminated with high levels of pesticide (yes, really) and you have a recipe for ill health.

The cheaper the food, the cheaper the ingredients, the worse the nutrition.

Sounds scary, I know…

But that’s why we are here to help you!

Even the premium dog food brands manufacture their products with proteins found from grains or grain by-product sources such as corn gluten meal, brewer's rice, and wheat, then from healthy meat sources.

So STOP buying commercial pet food or include even a fraction of raw meat and vegetables. And In case you are super mega dog owner TRY Ketogenic diet!
 

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2 comments

  • Donald Touchet

    We have a 29 pound F-2 labradoodle (6-7 pounds over what he should be).We live in the U.S. but do not find enough info on your web-site to get started. How much food for him ,cost, etc. Thank you so much for your time Don

  • Tom

    Great article. Could you let me know how I can get more info? Email?

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