Juice Plus For Dogs And Juice Plus For Cats

Pet Plus for Dogs and Pet Plus for Cats were originally made by the brilliant company that makes Juice Plus for humans. They used to be called Juice Plus for Dogs and Juice Plus for Cats.

They have stopped making the Juice Plus for Dogs and Cats so they can focus on the human version, which the humans in our family have been taking for 18 years! It’s brilliant. You can find more on this by visiting my Juice Plus web site.

As a naturopathic, holistic veterinary surgeon, I really valued the enormous benefits Juice Plus for Dogs and Cats brought to all the dogs and cats I treated. So I decided to manufacture it myself. I renamed it Pet Plus for Dogs and Pet Plus for Cats in 1997 when I first brought it to Europe.

Fantastic Health Improvements

In 1996-7 Max Tuck and I ran a Pilot Study to explore the effects of Pet Plus on cats and dogs with periodontal disease. We were staggered by the results. Even those poor cats with Chronic Feline Stomatitis and Gingivitis Complex gradually returned to normal, without the barbaric extraction of their teeth. Since then, numerous veterinary practices, pet health food shops and individuals have been telling me of the excellent results they are seeing with dogs and cats on Pet Plus.

You Are What You Eat

Good nutrition is the foundation of good health. How can we expect our pets to be healthy when we feed them the same old biscuits or the same old tinned meat every day? Would we feed our children like that? Would we eat that kind of food ourselves, every single day? Of course not!

All the nutrients are destroyed in the processing of these foods so as time goes on, your poor old pet gradually deteriorates. Adding Pet Plus to their food puts all the essential, delicate nutrients back, enabling your pet to digest their food and maintain youthful health and vitality.

Better still, feed the food carnivores like dogs and cats are designed to eat! Have a think about what they would eat in the wild. Whole, fresh herbivores, like mice and rabbits. They eat the meat, bone, fur, guts, organs, toe nails….the whole lot! We can come close to providing the same nutritional value as their wild diet by feeding raw meat and bone, liquidized greens and Pet Plus, which supplies the nutrients and probiotics they would otherwise gain from eating the herbivore’s guts.

Pet Plus

I am committed to providing the very best nutritional support for our dogs and cats in Pet Plus! As the benefits of other fabulous, important, natural whole food nutrients are discovered, I am constantly updating the ingredients and improving the formulation, thus ensuring Pet Plus is always the very best!

About Susanna

Susanna McIntyre is an experienced holistic veterinary surgeon who has developed Pet Plus to promote health in cats and dogs. She also has expert knowledge in small animal dentistry, running a Veterinary Dental Referral Service in South Wales.
As a vet in practice, she spent most of her time treating chronic degenerative diseases and allergies. It wasn’t until her mother developed terminal cancer that she discovered how unnecessary all the suffering is. As Hippocrates said, 'Let food be your medicine'. We really can address many of our ailments through food.

Comments

  1. Dr. Hartmut Voss-Vornweg says:

    Hi Susanna, I´m Hartmut from Germany. Do you have any information or experience about Juice Plus or Pet Plus concerning tuning of horses nutrition?
    I am JP distributor as well and it would be great to hear from you!
    Best regards
    Dr. Hartmut Voss-Vornweg, Human Dental Surgery, Germany

    • Susanna says:

      Hi Hartmut,

      Pet Plus is for dogs and cats, not for horses.

      The best nutritional supplement I have ever found for horses is called Missing Link for Horses. It is really brilliant.

      Hope that helps.

      Best wishes,

      Suzi

  2. Can Pet Plus help with canine heart worms?

    • I haven’t done any specific research on heart worms so can’t give you a definitive answer. However, feeding Pet Plus provides the nutrients required to run an efficient immune system, especially if fed raw food as well, then their body doesn’t have to raise an immune response to the processed ‘food’ they have to eat to survive if they can’t hunt for themselves (digestive leucocytosis is the technical term!)
      So, given a healthy system, it’s much easier to resist parasitic infestations.
      Hope that gives you some help.
      Suzi

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