How Pet Plus Helps Dogs

Pet Plus for DogsDogs are basically carnivores, but they are also scavengers and can survive eating old carcasses, droppings, ripe fruit, some vegetation, bark, herbs, roots and even insects. Eating the whole fresh carcass, including the guts would be the very best! They thrive on this. But dogs are great survivors and can gain nutrients from a wide range of sources, as long as they are raw! We rarely give our pet dogs the opportunity to find a diet of such variety. Adding Pet Plus to their food helps to provide all those nutrients they would otherwise get in the wild.

Pet Plus And Raw Food

Feeding raw food is undoubtedly the best way to feed dogs, but we usually give them parts of the animal, missing out the guts. This is where Pet Plus steps in by providing those missing micronutrients.

Pet Plus And Processed foods

During the processing of dog foods, many of the nutrients and enzymes are irreversibly damaged, making them really hard for dogs to digest. By adding Pet Plus, dogs are more able to access the nutrition in the food.

Being fairly adaptable carnivores, dogs can survive on dietary sources of energy derived from plants or animals, as long as the food that they ingest is digested and the nutrients are absorbed. Most commercial dog foods are made from a mixture of grains and animal proteins. Heat processing makes many of the nutrients difficult to digest, especially proteins. Working with your dog's own digestive enzymes, Pet Plus assists your dog in gaining the most nutrients from the food they eat.

Grains

Eating animals that eat grains is the only way dogs would naturally get any grains and those would be partly digested by the prey animal. Cooked grains would not even be available in the wild! To help dogs to deal with these, ProCerealase and Amylase enzymes have been included in Pet Plus.

Proteins And Fats

Cooked proteins and fats are particularly badly damaged, so the Protease and Lipase enzymes in Pet Plus are essential. As a source of good fats is really important, we have included flax seed and safflower which together supply the right balance of omega 3, 6 and 9.

The inclusion of the whole food blend provides additional natural vitamins and minerals, which are often missing from commercial pet foods, where synthetics are added to account for the loss which occurs with processing.

To Conclude

Pet Plus is a valuable addition to both raw and processed food diets as it provides a whole host of nutrients and micronutrients which they might otherwise lack.

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7 comments on “How Pet Plus Helps Dogs”

  1. Hi Lynne,The best way to sort a corneal ulcer is for your vet to put local anaesthetic in the eye, soak a cotton bud in local anaesthetic and scrape away the under-run corneal tissue that could trap bacteria. Then the drops or ointment has a chance of working. I've just had to do that to my own dog, but I did it straight away. Your vet might need to give your dog a general anaesthetic and scrape the cornea with a scalpel blade to remove the dead corneal cells and the scar tissue and stimulate healing. Make sure none of the drops you are using have cortisone or any anti-inflammatory in them as this will prevent the healing process.A raw food diet and Pet Plus will certainly help your dog to respond better and get faster healing and repair of anything as the whole dog's body will be healthier.
    I have not heard of Eye See Clearly before, so if you do use it, let me know how you get on.Hope that's helpfulSuzi

  2. Hello Suzi,

    My Jack Russell has been suffering with a corneal ulcer which is taking a long time to heal. She's had various drops from the vet for several weeks and apparently the blood vessels which should be forming aren't. So now I've just started giving her some of her blood serum to see if that helps.

    In the meantime I've been looking on the internet...as one does ....and seen something called Eye See Clearly which comes from allergicpet.com which seems to have helped dogs with corneal ulcers when the orthadox way has not worked.

    I will see if the blood serum works but also thought it good to prepare myself if it doesnt.. It's a homeopathic remedy and wondered whether you have heard of it or indeed sell it as I would have to order it from the states otherwise. Also do you know whether there would be any problems receiving it from abroad in terms of import etc.

    Am planning on buying some Pep Plus but thought I'd wait to hear about this matter from you before I do.

    Look forward to hearing from you...and would it be worth having your phone number.

    Best wishes,
    Lynn

  3. Hi 1 of my dogs has been diagnosed with IBD and skin allergies, she has been on anti bio-tics and anti histamines, she has also been on steroids she had so many side effects that I want to try something other than medication can you help

    Thanks
    Anne

    1. Hi Anne.

      This is a common problem in processed food fed dogs and cats....and people for that matter. So I'm guessing you feed processed food to your dogs. I'd recommend feeding them the food they were designed to eat, which is raw meat and bone and gut contents. If you've read any of the information elsewhere on my website, you'll know to start with Pet Plus mixed with minced raw meat and bone, easily available from pet shops as Prize Choice or via the internet from Natural Instinct and Honeys Real Dog Food.

      The key is that processed foods are all molecularly damaged by the processing, so in an unnatural state which is difficult for the body's natural systems to deal with. Allergies are a common result.

      If the IBS results in dreadful diarrhoea, get some medicinal clay (I can supply) to adsorb the toxins and stop the diarrhoea while still helping the body to eliminate the toxins (which is what the body is trying to do via diarrhoea and via the skin hence the skin allergic reactions). Also add some probiotics (in Pet Plus) to recolonize the gut with healthy naturally occurring bacteria which improves gut function.

      When you've read everything else on my website, if you are still unclear about what to do, please ask!

      Let me know how you get on.

      Best wishes,

      Suzi

  4. Hello, i feed my 2.5 year old bitch on as raw a diet as possible, i give her Natures Menu nuggets (meat and Veg) and mix this with Burns hypoallergenic mixer.
    On talking with an experienced breeder she told me my bitch may be lacking in vitamins, minerals and oils. We were particularly concerned with coat growth and the amount of shedding she does, also we were concerned because she needs to 'body up', i feel particularly guilty now as i feel i have been depriving her of something.
    Would Pet Plus provide everything which i feel is missing from her diet? it does look like a good product and could be what i am looking for.
    Please advise.

    1. Hi Sue,
      The Pet Plus does fill in the gaps indeed. I'd suggest that you feed her 100% raw though. There's absolutely no need to add any processed food at all, so stop giving her the biscuits. No dog is designed to eat biscuits of any description! So, raw meat, bones and liquidized greens with Pet Plus gives an ideal mix. There's a lot of dietary advice on the web site. Have a look at it, then you'll see what you can do better!
      The Pet Plus will be with you on Saturday.
      Let me know how you get on.
      Best wishes,
      Suzi

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