Whether you call it irritable bowel syndrome in dogs, canine IBD, inflammatory bowel disease or intestinal inflammation, they all have the same root cause.
And I can help you fix it.
You noticed the title said natural remedies right? I have a program for you to follow but if:
First I'd like to share a favorite quote. Keep in mind the man who said this lived at a time when the average life span was 29 years and he managed to live over 80 years. (Some reports claim he lived to be 100.)
Obviously Commercial dog foods are NOT fresh foods.
Dogs can certainly survive on these foods but not thrive. Plus they have a ton of additives, including the vitamin/mineral premix manufactured in China or India.
Many of these substances your dog's body sees as toxins, not vitamins so it tries to purge them. Not good.
Raw meat, organs and bones ares much easier on a dog’s digestive system and far more nutritious to boot.
I only work with dogs on an optimum diet. See how you're doing by visiting my raw dog food recipes .
The intestines try to get rid of the toxins through inflammation and diarrhea.
When you see mucus in or as a coating on your dog's poop, that tells you there's swelling going on. His body made it as a protective device.
Next comes bloody diarrhea and our dog’s gut is so raw they are ripe for infection.
Now our poor baby is really in a pickle. Traditional vets prescribe prednisone to reduce the swelling of canine inflammatory bowel disease. And let’s not forget the antibiotics to cure or prevent infection.
As soon as he or she is taken off these dog meds, the problem comes right back. Why? Because the underlying reason has not been addressed!
It's time to help your dog to heal herself.
Important note: If
your dog is on Prednisone do NOT quit cold turkey. This drug MUST be
tapered off slowly or it can kill your dog. There are herbal anti
inflammatories which work quite well, without the side effects. I'll list one below.
Your dog's body needs a break! After all, if you scratched an itch until it was raw, would you cure it by continuing to scratch it?
Heck no, you would leave it alone while applying something to soothe it so it will heal itself!
Your dog needs at least one 24 hour fast once a week and then should be fed twice a day within an 8 hour window.
Digestion is the hardest thing a body has to do so withholding food even for that 16 hours each day allows him to work on other important processes - like healing!
Note: I feed my dog raw twice a day during that 8 hour window for health and longevity. She turned 14 at the beginning of 2019.
It goes without saying
that plenty of fresh clean water is a must so make sure it's filtered.
Once you've stopped adding toxins, pat yourself on the back!
You're ready to help the body heal itself.
First we choose a natural antibiotic; a natural anti inflammatory; add enzymes to help the body break down the food; probiotics to reseed the intestinal tract with helpful bacteria and herbs that repair the damaged intestinal lining. Doesn't this make more sense?
It won't happen overnight but it WILL happen. Simply follow the process.
I will give you the right doses for your dog and guide you through the process once you purchase through me.
I will sign you up a a member of Nature's Sunshine (since these are the only products I use) so you can reorder products as you need them.
The cost includes 5 specific products and a small one-time coaching fee of $100.00 (A steal compared with my $2,000 coaching program.)
For Raw Fed Dogs Only
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The body produces new cells constantly. By using these natural remedies for dogs, the body will grow new healthy cells to replace the bad ones and with some patience, you will have a healthy dog.
Here's Olive. I fell in love with this dog. It doesn't matter that I didn't meet her in person. I heard so much about her through her owner I felt I knew her.
In a relentless pursuit to find a cure, Olive's owner contacted me and Sandra King of Dog Nutrition Naturally. Together, we went through the process. Violet was a rescue from a puppy mill that came with lots of challenges. Talk about happy endings. I love it!
I wish that for you as well.