PET Plus Supplement Ingredients

Pet Plus is a powdered supplement containing the nutrients and micronutrients our cats and dogs would have eaten in the wild.

We're constantly reviewing the PET PLus ingredients and adding new ones as new nutrition research emerges.

As more and more research is completed on the effectiveness of various nutrients and micronutrients, so new recommendations emerge for supplementing the diets of cats and dogs, and of course, humans.

At Pet Plus, we keep abreast of this new information, so we are constantly improving the formulation of Pet Plus.

Enzymes

Did you know that enzymes are essential to health but that they don't exist in processed food?

Raw food is full of enzymes. Enzymes are essential for life, so every living cell has plenty. But enzymes are destroyed by heat and exposure to various chemicals. This is why processed food contains no enzymes.

Fortunately though, the body is capable of making enzymes, and does so in order to digest the food.

The body can make enzymes but it is seriously hard work which can wear it out!

But making enzymes is an energy expensive process, and particularly hard work for the pancreas. As a result, pancreatitis is becoming increasingly common, as an overworked pancreas becomes inflamed, painful and unable to fulfill its function.

PET Plus Enzymes

In Pet Plus, we've used Proteases and AstraZyme for protein digestion, Amylases for carbohydrate digestion, Lipases for fat digestion and blend of highly active enzymes for the digestion of vegetation.

On a processed food diet, these enzymes are critical for the proper digestion and assimilation of the nutrients, as enzymes are rendered inactive by the heating involved in the production of processed foods.

Also, many pet processed foods are bulked out by cheap cereal based fillers which are very difficult for dogs and cats to digest and totally inappropriate for a carnivore.

The addition of Pet Plus to processed food facilitates digestion, easing the load on the pancreas and enabling your pets to gain more nutrition from their food.

Cats and dogs need vegetables in their diet. Who knew?

Fed a raw food diet, the enzymes in Pet Plus help with the digestion of the raw food, especially the vegetation. Dogs and cats are not good at digesting vegetation, but they need it!

Cats and dogs would normally access most vegetable nutrition from the intestinal contents of their prey, where it has already been well chewed, partly digested and is full of vegetation-digesting enzymes and probiotics.

So the blend of highly active enzymes in PET Plus for the digestion of vegetation is especially important.

Dogs And Cats Need Probiotics

Lactobacillus Acidophilus and Lactobacillus Plantarum are a complementary pair of the best probiotics for dogs and cats. They colonize the gut easily, create an environment that discourages pathogens and do not transfer antibiotic resistance, unlike some other probiotics.

We decided not to use several other probiotic species as Lactobacillus Acidophilus and Lactobacillus Plantarum work well together. They are found in the intestines of all carnivores and the herbivores they eat.

This dramatically impacts their ability to digest food and so aids a healthy digestive system. This is of great benefit to everyone within sniffing distance!

Probiotics have also been shown to be critically important in maintaining a healthy immune system. This is especially key in these times of increasing antibiotic resistance.

If your immune system can protect you from pathogenic invaders, the need for medication, like antibiotics, is vastly reduced.

Cats And Dogs Need Prebiotics And Antioxidants

Fructo-Oligo Saccharides (FOS) are known to be the very best prebiotics, providing so much support for the existing healthy gut flora that supplying probiotics is almost unnecessary!

We decided to do both with Pet Plus, to give our dogs and cats the best of both worlds! Frutafit Inulin IQ is the patented source of the most effective of all the fructo-oligosaccharides in a whole food form.

We've chosen this prebiotic nutrient to support the probiotics as it is plant based, very palatable and completely natural.

Alfafa, wheatgrass, barley grass and beetroot fibre are all included

Alfalfa, wheat grass and barley grass have been pulverized and juiced then carefully dried so that all those fabulous nutrients, which would otherwise be hidden inside the cells, are preserved without chemicals and readily available to our pets. The beet root fibre is also a great source of fibre.

Together, these five ingredients are an essential support for the probiotics and provide an enormous number of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients.

Chlorella

As part of a group of nutrient dense aquatic plants, the single-celled Chlorella algae is attracting a lot of well deserved attention.

It contains a staggering array of nutrients and micronutrients of great benefit to us all - people, cats and dogs! Chlorella is the richest source of chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is a photosynthesizing molecule closest in structure to the oxygen carrying haemoglobin molecule in animals.

Chlorella is an excellent source of essential fatty acids (EFAs), notably the anti-inflammatory Omega 3. Chlorella also contains numerous minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, phytonutrients, proteins and plenty of probiotic-supporting prebiotics.

All this is readily available for absorption by our dogs and cats as we have chosen the very best quality cracked cell wall Chlorella for Pet Plus. As this nutrient dense plant is incredibly green, the Pet Plus powders are green when dry and stay green when mixed with wet food!

Cats also love Chlorella, as I discovered when I dropped one of my Chlorella tablets on the floor and he quickly gobbled it up. I was amazed!

Have you noticed that blueberries are everywhere?

Bilberries (Or Blueberries)

You have probably noticed the sudden increase in popularity of bilberries. They are rich sources of antioxidants, resveratrols and numerous other highly active 'superfood' micronutrients.

These things work together to protect our cells from free radical damage, inflammation and numerous other challenges.

Hemp Seeds And Flax Seeds

Excellent sources of essential fatty acids (EFAs), hemp and flax seeds supply the perfect balance of omega 3, 6 and 9 for dogs and cats. Omega 3 is especially important these days as it is has potent anti-inflammatory properties, protecting the integrity of cell membranes throughout the body.

Other EFAs form the building blocks for hormone production, essential for the body's internal communication mechanisms. Hemp and flax are also rich sources of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, complete proteins and phytonutrients and support the probiotics.

As the seeds themselves would be difficult to digest, we have powdered them.

Brewers Yeast And Nutritional Yeast

Repelling parasites and supplying plenty of B vitamins are the main roles of these two yeasts. Tasting delicious, they also provide many other important nutrients as well as enhancing the flavour.

Dogs and cats love the taste of nutritional yeast!

They are completely harmless, being unrelated to the pathogenic yeasts, which occasionally colonize inflamed areas of pet bodies, most notably the ears.

Cats and dogs love the taste of nutritional yeast, helping them to enjoy Pet Plus in their food. Cats happily lick Pet Plus off their fur, while dogs are quick to lick it off the floor when the opportunity arises.

Coenzyme Q 10 (Ubiquinone)

Efficient energy production by the cells is critical for health. Coenzyme Q10 (20mg per teaspoon of Pet Plus) is an essential co-factor for the release of energy from food in the mitochondria, the energy powerhouses of every cell.

This fuels all the body's systems, enhancing the smooth running of the whole body, especially the immune system and the cardiovascular system.

Taurine

Taurine is essential for feline health. Cats are unique in their inability to make it themselves from other dietary ingredients. So a plentiful supply is provided in Pet Plus for Cats.

It's presence is associated with a healthy cardiovascular system, eyesight and neurological function. It prevents the cardiomyopathy, retinal degeneration and epilepsy which can occur when dietary taurine is deficient.

An increasing number of dogs seem to be suffering from taurine deficiency, so we are adding taurine to Pet Plus for Dogs in the next batch.

Summary - Synergy With Nature

The key to successful nutritional supplementation is to use the ingredients found in nature in their whole form.

There are at least 15,000 micronutrients in raw food which all work together, synergistically. If we isolate these to make individual vitamins, we are removing the very things we need!

Always go for whole food based nutritional supplements and avoid isolates! Why? Because Nature knows best!

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109 comments on “PET Plus Supplement Ingredients”

  1. Thank you for the Pet Plus. They have only been taking it for a few days so can't see any change yet! I wanted to ask you a couple of questions, I hope you don鈥檛 mind. They are taking Plaque Off for their teeth, I do clean them as well, but is it okay to still use the Plaque Off or will it be to much seaweed? My Yorkiepoo has Nutramega too. I would like to stop this as I think he could be having too much omega 3. What would you do?
    Thank you in advance for your time.

      1. Nutramega has 275mg omega 3, 130mg EPA, 85mg DHA, 5mg d Biotin, 10mg natural vit E.
        Very expensive!!!

        1. Thanks.
          No need for anything more than Pet Plus. You can gradually reduce the others and finish them.
          Filtered water, raw food, switch off WiFi and Mobile phones and all electrical stuff when not in use, use Verm-x (www.verm-x.co.uk) for worming daily, as a treat. Avoid all chemicals always.
          Hope that helps.

        2. Thanks Anne
          You can't over dose on omega 3 as we are all so exposed to inflammatory influences, we need all the anti-inflammatory help we and out pets can get.Omega 3 is an excellent anti-inflammatory essential fatty acid. But as you say, there's no need to double up on things. Pet Plus has everything in one place, so there's no need for anything else. I'd suggest you gradually reduce the other things, rather than suddenly stopping.

    1. Thanks Anne,
      Well done for cleaning their teeth. That is great news! After all, we clean our own teeth twice a day! I'm amazed that few people realize their dogs also need their teeth cleaned....unless they have raw meaty bones and vegetable stalks to chew, which do the job really well!
      And yes, you're intuition serves you well! There isn't any need to give anything other than the Pet Plus, which has everything in one place. That's one of the many reasons I created it!!! That should make your life easier!

  2. Hi
    Our dog has been taking plaque off for a number of years as he's not too friendly with the toothbrush Anyway we've just started giving him PetPlus and We were was wondering if there's too much iodine in his diet if we use both products?
    Thanks in advance
    Best wishes
    Alison

    1. Thanks for your enquiry.
      It will be fine to use both, but it is rarely necessary to continue with the PlaqueOff. See how you get on using just the Pet Plus for a few weeks and if necessary, start the PlaqueOff again then.
      Have a great plaque free Christmas!

  3. Hello Doctor,

    I am desperate to find a proper supplement for my sensitive cat. She has been going through many changes certainly positive since I change her diet to home made with natural supplements. However, the current supplements that im using contain brewer's yeast and chicken liver - my cat is allergic to both. I wanted to ask if you have a formula that is free from those ingredients? I also could not find a detailed list and weight of the ingredients in ur formula. Thank you

    1. Hi,
      I replied to you by email, so this reply on my web site is ages overdue!
      The brewer's yeast is in both dog and cat Pet Plus as it is an excellent source of nutrients. I'm surprised to hear of it as a potential allergen for your cat. This is very very rare.
      The liver extract in the current formulation is beef liver. The next reformulation will not contain any liver and so will be completely vegan.
      Raw food, filtered water, protection from WiFi and all electro smog, no chemicals (wormers / flea sprays etc), no vaccinations and no processed food and your cat is likely to be fine.
      I do not provide a detailed list as various unscrupulous people have tried to copy the Pet Plus many times.
      Hope this helps you.

  4. Hi Susanna, I see that Pet Plus has liver in it. I wonder if you could tell me from what animal(s) as I be just found out my cat is allergic to beef, lamb and white fish and I am starting a food trial with raw food and had been giving her Petplus but was now concerned as to what protein may be in it. She has skin problems.
    Thanks
    Di

    1. Hi Diana,
      We have had a chat about this on the phone, but others may be interested in our discussion so I'll reiterate it here.
      The desiccated liver extract is ox liver. I have never yet had any allergic reactions to it, but if you have a very sensitive cat, there's no point taking risks. You mentioned that her skin had not got any worse during the 3 weeks you have been giving her the Pet Plus, but to be safe, I'd stop while you try her on different foods. Wild rabbit and organic chicken would be the best, but make sure you change the protein source. Some people just stick to chicken every day, but then intolerance is much more likely to develop. Anyway, cats wouldn't eat the same animal every day in the wild. They'd have a mixture of mice, rats, birds, rabbits, squirrels, fish and maybe the odd reptile or amphibian. Variety is the spice of life! There are numerous companies now delivering minced up frozen raw rabbit, chicken, mice, rats, squirrels and so on.
      Remember to feed the frozen food thoroughly defrosted by leaving in a cupboard overnight to thaw and allow it to reach room temperature, Cats rarely eat frozen food as they catch it and eat it while it's still wriggling!
      In a month or 2, when you have found foods she likes and that don't irritate her skin, you could reintroduce the Pet Plus and see what happens. I'd just give her a grain of the powder first! Then increase to 1/4 teaspoon over a week or 2.
      Hope that helps.

      1. Thanks Susanna, it was good to talk to you the other day but it's useful to have your advice reiterated in writing. Bella is still doing well on the raw food and when her fur has fully grown back I'll try the Pet Plus again as you have suggested.

  5. Hi Susanna,

    I have a 14 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier with chronic renal failure (also has a tumour on her liver). She is currently on a prescription diet however I'm worried about the high fat low protein effects over time. My vet also has her on a multi vitamin that I think has too high levels of phosphorous (56mg per daily chew). I have been trying to find a good raw diet however I live in Hong Kong and its very hard to source quality raw meats etc here. Would adding the petplus to her prescription diet be of use instead of her multi vitamin? She also has chronic bronchitis and she hasn't been able to tolerate any conventional medicines - will the petplus impact on this? She is on azodyl, amlodipine, fortekor, SAMe & bromhexine. She hasn't been vaccinated in over 2 years.

    I appreciate your time. Many thanks,
    Helen

    1. Thanks Helen.
      It is difficult when they reach this ripe old age and things start to fail. 14 is a good age for a Staffy. Well done!
      Pet Plus would be a great idea to support and aid her systems, providing the raw ingredients and micronutrients so her body can do as much as it can to repair itself.
      The chronic cough is likely to be vicarious elimination rather than a primary infection. In other words, her body is ridding itself of toxins via her lungs as her liver and kidneys are already overloaded and unable to cope.
      It would be wonderful if you were able to introduce raw meat and raw bone to her, preferably as a mince. Maybe your butcher could put a gutted whole wild rabbit or quail or squirrel or some other small mammal through a meat mincer. That would be the perfect balance of meat, bone and offal. Liquidize greens to mix with this and add Pet Plus. If she likes fish, whole raw fish would be great.
      Use filtered / bottled water for her to drink and make sure fresh is always available to her.
      Glad you've stopped vaccinating her!
      You could investigate some Chinese herbs too. You're in the right place for it! You just need to find one that can treat dogs.
      Hope this all helps.

  6. hi there, my 13 year old Lowchen is currently on Nutriment raw food low purine formula and their senior formula - mostly tripe, chicken and veggies, kelp etc. Do you think that pets plus would be a good idea in addition? Lola has had problems with urinary tract/crystals/infection in the past but hasn't had any recently. Everynow and again she starts peeing more than usual so I keep my eye on it. I also have D-Mannose which I read is good for that too - perhaps both or is that overkill?

    1. Great that she's on raw. Well done.
      And adding Pet Plus would be a great idea. The synergy between natural ingredient is wonderful. It wouldn't be overdoing it at all.

  7. Hi Susanna,

    My dog has an allergy to both Wheat and Barley. Will she be ok on Petplus as it contains 'Wheat and Barley Grass Juice'?
    Thanks

    1. Thanks Katy.
      Usually an allergy to wheat and barley is associated with the grain itself, so usually there is no allergy to the leaf of the wheat or the barley.
      I can send you a small sample to try if you like.

  8. Hi, yes we filter water already. The wild rabbit mix has lamb breast in it and this may have been too rich also. He had a touch of pancreatitis, which had resolved. We believe this to have been caused by marrow bones. So we have to be careful. I will try turkey and see if that helps. He is also on milk thistle and nutramed prescribed by holistic vet. Thank you once again for your prompt advice 馃檪

    1. Great.
      As Honey's make everything to order, you can ask them for just wild rabbit meat and bone with nothing else in it at all. Same for turkey and same for chicken.
      They are a brilliant company and totally honest.
      I also get wild rabbit carcasses from farmers choice, when they're in season.
      Pancreatitis is usually caused by feeding processed foods and by annual vaccination (autoimmune disease), so as long as the marrow bone was raw, it's unlikely to have been the cause.
      Best sort of raw bones to feed are raw meaty bones, not just raw bones (i.e. not just marrow bones, but bones with lots of meat on them still, like rabbit carcasses...as in the wild)

  9. Thank you for your advice. Unfortunately, my 3 year old Doberman has liver problems (Small liver no shunt) diagnosed 5 months ago with raised liver enzymes. He has been on petplus since and eats a raw Honeys diet with added Juiced greens. He has digestive problems and care has to be taken with protein and fats. Having recently tried rabbit and venison again, he has developed an upset tummy. Previously he has been on a total chicken diet. I was wondering if a divided dose would be enough to help him digest his meals effectively. Could the dose be doubled?

    1. Thanks for your questions.
      Yes, the dose can be doubled...the more enzymes he has with each meal the better he will be able to digest it. So a teaspoonful with each meal is a fine idea.
      I'm surprised rabbit didn't agree with him. Was it wild rabbit? That's what you want. Farmed rabbit is fed rubbish and the carcass is very fatty; poor bunnies.
      Venison is extremely rich, so I'm not surprised that upset his tummy.
      You could try turkey.
      Using chicken all the time runs the risk of causing intolerance eventually, so keep varying his food to prevent that.
      I would have thought chicken, wild rabbit and turkey would be good sources of meat and bone for him. With the liquidized greens and the Pet Plus, that's really a good diet.
      Remember to filter his water or use glass-bottled or rain water. The chemicals in tap water are terrible!

  10. Dear Susanna,

    Whilst introducing raw meat to my Boxer a few more questions have arisen, and I hope you don't mind me asking.
    I have started adding minced Turkey to my Boxers Wainewrights (which is also Turkey, so I thought it makes sense).
    I use Natures Menu, and we are now at half Wainewrights/half Nature's Menu, plus 2 Tablespoons of liquidised Celery.
    He always burps after he's eaten this, so I wonder if it's too much liquid? Generally, do you advise to drain the liquidised greens to remove water before feeding?

    Also I have noticed that his poo is very hard first thing in the morning since introducing raw. This morning he even seemed to struggle a bit to get it out. Is this normal, -will it change, or is the timing maybe a coincidence?
    (Generally all his poo has become more solid, which is of course a good thing).

    Portions:
    Is it good to stick to the rule to give 2-3 % of the dogs body weight as meat per day?
    Or should I half this amount of meat and add liquidised greens to make up for the other half?
    Or, should I give 2-3% of the body weight as meat, PLUS adding 2-3 % of the body weight in liquidised greens, so he eats approx 6 % of his bodyweight in a day
    (I always add Pet Plus now btw)?

    When considering the overall daily amount, do I go by the frozen weight? This might seem a silly question, but I believe that it鈥檚 a bit lighter when defrosted?

    Mealtimes:
    As I mentioned before, my Boxer was diagnosed with chronic Pancreatis. He often is very burps/and easily brings up water only when going up the stairs/moving directly after drinking/eating. I have there fore divided his meals into 3 times per day (morning/lunch/evening). I give him such small portions because I worry about giving him bloat.
    What are your thoughts on the frequency of feeding times on Maxi's example, please? For practical reasons, especially with feeding raw, I鈥檇 love to be able to feed him just twice a day, but I am not sure whether I can try it?

    I've read different recommendations' about frequency of feeding times for dogs with Pancreatis btw, and they vary from 1 to 4 times a day. So I am really just not sure what to do.

    Defrosting:
    I go by the Manufacturers recommendation regarding the defrosting of the Minced Meat, which is either to leave it in a sealed container in the fridge overnight, or on the side for two hours. However, both of those options are not enough to fully defrost the meat it seems. It is always still icy after this period, even for longer. I had the frozen meat for 15 hours in the fridge, and for 3 hours on the side on other occasions, and it was still partially frozen. If I leave this for longer, is this a risk regarding bacteria growth, please?

    Also, the manufacturer鈥檚 instructions do not mention whether to remove or open the packaging before placing the frozen meat into the sealed container. I there for usually leave the packaging fully intact until I actually use the meat.
    Can I safely remove the plastic bag for defrosting, please? I don鈥檛 think my Tupperware boxes are fully airtight. ??

    Variety:
    You highlighted the importance of variety, and I am willing to give different types of meats (and Veg) in the long run. I understand that for now it鈥檚 best to introduce every new (raw) type of meat carefully (one new thing a week only and in small, and then in increasing doses).
    However, once Maxi is used to eating raw meat, can I just swap to a different meat on a single day in future, or should I stick to careful changes, also in the future, i.e. sticking to one type of meat say for a week, and then to carefully change again for another week for variety?

    And finally, can I mix raw egg in to his meals, or is it best to keep this separate?
    Maxi really loves eggs now, and (Yippee) he now eats also the egg shell!

    Thank you so much for your advice!

    All the very best,

    Angela H., and Maxi

    1. I think I may have answered these questions via your emails, but I'll answer these now for everyone's benefit!

      Q1 Feeding biscuits, raw and liquidized celery he burps.
      The enzymes and acidity required in the stomach to digest raw meat and bone and liquidized celery are completely different from those needed to digest carbohydrate based cooked and processed biscuits. The undigested carbs will ferment in the stomach causing the burping. It is never wise to mix carbohydrates with protein and fat and certainly never wise to mix processed, enzymeless, dead, denatured biscuits or tins with raw food. Raw food is very quick and easy to digest. Cooked food is very difficult and costs the body vast energy in the production of enzymes to digest this denatured rubbish. It's crazy really. Before it was processed the raw food ingredients for these biscuits contained all the enzymes required for their digestion, but we stupid humans intervene and destroy them to make convenient junk food which the unsuspecting pet owning public then feed to their pets, which makes them suffer from enzyme deficiency diseases and diseases associated with a complete junk food diet.
      So to answer the question, stop feeding the biscuits immediately. Do not drain the liquidized celery as loads of the nutrients are in the liquid too. Mix it all up!

      Q2 Feeding raw meat and bone (and liquidized greens with Pet Plus) is so perfectly digestible, there is little waste so yes, it is firmer. This squeezes the anal glands as the dog / cat has a pooh. This is how it is all supposed to work. Fed raw, no-one needs their anal glands expressed!

      Q3 2-3% body weight is an approximate guide for the amount of meat and bone per day. The liquidized greens are in addition and will be about the same volume (not weight) as the meat and bone. If the dog is too thing, give him more meat and bone. If he is too fat, give him less. The 2-3% is really just a guide to give people a rough idea how much to give. And yes, it can be split into how ever many meals you want per day. I feed mine every morning so they have the day to digest it and have a pooh! When I fed them in the evenings, I had a mess to clean up in the mornings. Use the weight on the packet....usually 400g. If the 400g is an inconvenient weight, I just give more one day and less the next day. Just watch how your dog responds and adjust the food accordingly. And leave it to defrost in its packet in a bowl in a cupboard. DO NOT use a microwave ever.

      Q4 How many feeds per day for a dog with pancreatitis?
      Once you are giving him 100% raw food with liquidized greens and Pet Plus, the pancreas will heal itself and stop being inflamed and start working properly. When feeding raw with Pet Plus, the pancreas has much much less work to do than when feeding processed foods (which cause the pancreatitis in the first place). So I'd suggest after a month or so on 100% raw with Pet Plus all being fed 3-4 times daily, gradually reduce the frequency and see how the dog responds. In the wild they're lucky to feed even once a day!!!
      And bloat is caused by processed carbs stuck in the stomach fermenting (so biscuits are the main cause). Also feeding frozen or very very cold food stops the stomach from working while it warms the food up to body temperature so it can be digested. This can also cause bloat.

      Q5 Defrost overnight in its original wrapping in a bowl in a cupboard at room temperature and feed all the defrosted food and freshly liquidized greens (must be eaten withing 30 minutes of liquidizing or they will be oxidized and useless). Put the next lot in cupboard to defrost for evening meal.
      But relax. Think about what they eat in the wild or even when out for a walk! Dead sheep etc the more smelly the better.....relax!!! Nature is amazing!

      Q6 Variety is the spice of life. Would you like to eat exactly the same food every day for a week? Or for life? Of course not! Would a dog in the wild walk past a chicken because it was on rabbit this week? Of course not! So yes, once you're fully into the raw and the dog's intestines are coping well and digesting it all (hard, small pooh) then yes, variety! Lucky dip in the freezer!

      Q7 Egg shells.
      Some dogs love them. Some love them but can't digest them (black mucousy fragments of egg shell in pooh) so stop giving the shell, and some love to lap up the yolk and 'white' (actually clear!). Mine would never eat the shell. Sounds like yours eats it but can't digest it (this is usually the case) so just crack open the egg for him and give him the yolk and clear, not the shell. He is getting plenty of minerals from the raw meaty bones (in the mince and from the bones when you graduate onto feeding him raw meaty bones) and from the greens and the Pet Plus.

      Thanks for the questions.
      I'm so glad to hear that his pancreatitis and diarrhoea are but a distant memory now.
      Well done!

  11. Hi,

    May I ask why incorporated the following sentence: "We decided not to use several different probiotics as they would then be competing with each other to colonize the gut, which would be rather silly."

    Bacterial competition in the gut is why you give/take probiotics. You want the 'good' bacteria to outcompete the 'bad' bacteria. Giving just one bacterial strain as a probiotic is actually unbalanced and is unlikely the be enough to outcompete the 'bad' bacteria.

    The other ingredients in pet plus is good but just one bacterial strain to promote a balanced gut profile is not the way forward.

    1. I know that comment is rather light-hearted, but I am trying to keep a complicated subject ridiculously short and simple.
      This question you have raised prompts a very interesting discussion.
      Opinion and 'scientific results' have been changing rapidly over the last few years as new discoveries are made. Current thinking is that the probiotics in a supplement don't even need to be alive. Just the presence of their dead bodies is enough to be effective. In fact, there is also evidence to suggest that as long as there are plenty of prebiotics (as there are in Pet Plus), there is no need to include any actual probiotics at all. Personally, I prefer the 'belt and braces' approach, so have both pre- and probiotics in the Pet Plus.
      Lactobaccilus Acidophilus is ubiquitous, being present throughout the human and animal gastro-intestinal tract, including the mouth. It is also present in the vagina. I wouldn't be at all surprised to find it in all other orifices too, although I haven't found any references to research in this area.
      In this way, it out-competes yeast, fungi and pathogenic bacteria by colonising epithelial surfaces. It also produces potent biochemicals which prevent pathogenic bacteria, yeasts and even fungi ('moulds') from adhering to epithelial cells and reduces their ability to replicate. It is a most amazing friendly bacterium indeed.
      The balance of gut probiotics comes from providing plenty of prebiotics (mostly greenery and plan fibre) and a healthy environment in which the naturally occurring probiotics can proliferate. Animals and humans are introducing healthy bacteria to their bodies absolutely all the time, just by existing in our environment, so from food, touching virtually anything, sniffing things, eating faecal material (mostly herbivore faeces, like rabbit, sheep, horse and even cow pooh), eating rotting (predigested) carcasses (yes, even humans do this!) and fermented foods (more a human habit) and many other interactions with the environment in which we all live.
      Interestingly, I have chosen to add in a second Lactobacillus, L. plantarum, which works synergistically with L. acidpohilus, so this will amplify the already enormous benefits of the L acidophilus. Both these probiotics are also resistant to transferring antibiotic resistance which is fast becoming the most challenging situation for people and their pets. This is one reason why I have chosen not to use various other potential probiotics as I would not want to risk compromising the efficacy of antibiotics, should an animal need them.
      The two Lactobacilli spp. will be present in the next batch of Pet Plus this Autumn.
      I hope this has gone some way towards answering your question. The debate continues and I keep myself very well informed and up to date on this complicated subject to bring our pets the best and safest whole food based natural nutritional supplement I can.

  12. Sorry to bother you again, Susanna,

    Can I give Pet PLus with a course of Vitamin K (orally), please? He is starting the course today as a precaution to prevent secondary poisoning, as he has eaten a dead rat yesterday.

    Pet Plus is doing a great job for Maxi. He loves it and his poo has been `perfect` recently.

    I would hate for him to miss out on that, but I'd like to be sure its okay before I give him another meal today.

    Thanks a lot and best wishes,

    Angela H.

  13. Oh dear, my Boxer ate a dead rat today. I am worried about secondary rat poisoning in case that the dead rat had poison inside it's body. He does not show any signs, but I read that signs can take upo to 2 weeks before they show, if we are so unfortunate.

    The vet sugested to give Vitamin K as a precaution.

    Is there a better way, such as a natural vitamin k for dogs or a product which has not been synthetically produced, please?

    Kind regards,

    Angela H.

    1. Hi Angela,
      I replied to you by email as I could see this was urgent, but it's also useful for other people to see, so I've put my various replies to you on my website too.
      Yes, that's a fine idea.
      Vit K is present in many fruits and veggies, but in this situation, I think a course of vit K specifically is an excellent idea.
      I hope the rat was not a Warfarin victim! What a worry.
      Sorry for slow reply. Only just seen my emails....been a bit hectic!
      Well done for taking the right and excellent action.
      Stick on raw, lots of liquidized greens, clean, filtered / glass-bottled water to drink and all should be well.
      I'm away till 12 June from tomorrow.
      Hope all goes well.
      Well done.
      Best wishes,

      Suzi

      1. Then Angela replied:
        Dear Suzi,

        I hope you had a nice time away?

        After Maxi (our Boxer with diagnosed Pancreatis) has now been almost diarrhea- and blood free for 4 weeks, I'd like to try introducing raw soon.

        -When I start with giving an egg, do I have to mix this into his current food (Wainewrights Adult light, -it comes in trays) , or can he cope with the egg as it comes, please?

        Also, I have some organic celery sticks in the fridge, but I wonder if I have to wait until he is used to eating raw food?

        The Pet Plus is going down wonderfully with him, and I am sure it makes a huge difference. He has been on the above food and Pet Plus for these last 4 weeks, and I now started giving him very small amounts of coconut oil as a treat. Do you think this is okay for his condition? It is organic and extra virgin.

        Also, can you advise me on the prices for the medicinal clay you provide , please, and also on how to use it?

        Many thanks and best wishes to you,

        Angela H.

        1. And I replied.....
          Try just giving him an egg cracked open in a bowl on its own and see what he does with it. If all is well over the next 2 days, you could give him one every day. After a week, you could try some liquidized greens, like celery added to the Wainwrights and Pet Plus. Again, if all is well, continue with this then after a week, start adding some raw minced meat and bone
          And so on.
          So only introduce one thing at a time and give it to him for a week and see what happens. There is no virtue in rushing this.
          As you increase the raw meaty components, gently reduce the processed stuff.
          Slowly slowly.....

          Best wishes,

          Suzi

          1. Then Angela asked
            Hi Suzi, and thank you.

            You mean with the egg shell? ??

            I will try it, and yes, baby steps.

            If you get chance, please let me know about the Argiletz Clay you provide ( Price and how to use) .

            Thanks again,

            Angela H.

            And I replied:
            It's about 拢15 for a bag, but I hope you won't need it at all. If you'd like to have some in the cupboard so you can use it if you need it, then that's a great idea. You'd mix 1 tsp in 1 tbs aloe vera and syringe it into his mouth 4-6 times daily if he has rip roaring diarrhoea. Do it for 3 days or for as long as it takes to stop the squits!!!

            If he fancies eating it with the shell, that's great, but that's rare! Usually they lick of the broken shell and wolf down the contents!

            Best wishes,

            Suzi

            Then from Angela
            Hi ,

            I just ordered Pukka Aloe Vera Juice.

            One of Maxi's (Boxer) ear is reddened inside (not swollen though) and suddenly produces wax (which is new to him), so as a precaution I am thinking of giving him the Aloe Vera juice.
            I do not really want to give him more antibiotics, which, I suspect, the vets would suggest.

            How much can I give him and for how long should I do it, please?

            Maybe I best wait a few more days with the egg now....

            Best wishes, and THANKS ,

            Angela H.

            And from me
            That's probably a detox reaction. Get some Aloe Vera gel with tea tree in it and massage that into the sore bit of his ear. Clean it out with kitchen roll / loo paper and keep removing as much of the waxy exudate as you can.
            Aloe drink (Pukka is the absolute best, well done)....give him about 10 mls 4-6 times daily until inflammation has gone.
            Yes, leave the egg now and in a day or 2, give him some liquidized greens.

          2. Angela just asked this list of interesting questions (which I've answered after each question) which I'm sure you'll all find helpful:
            Hello Suzi,

            May I ask what you recommend to avoid fleas for dogs, please? Generally, raw fed dogs (and cats) don't harbour fleas, especially if they're also on Pet Plus. If they do, there are several things to do, all of which are quite involved as it is essential to break the flea life cycle to prevent re-infestation. Here is a good link Natural Flea Control I usually recommend actually dusting the dog /cat with the DE as well, but avoid the face completely (eyes, nose and ears especially)
            There are various other products, like Thornit for ear problems (mites)

            His right ear is still reddened inside after 14 days, but it does not look worrying or swollen, so I'll stick to the Aloe Vera juice for another while.

            Also, I just started giving my Boxer liquidised Celery ( as a first step towards raw) with his Wainewrights Food.
            Regarding the vegetables I have a few questions if that is okay, please?
            Maybe you could comment on my lines below, to keep it short for yourself? I appreciate you must be very busy...

            Is there any green leaf vegetable that is not safe to feed? Rhubarb leaf is the only one I am aware of. Actually rhubabrb is not good for dogs to eat at all.

            Can I give all parts of the vegetable, or just the leafs? Excluding root vegetables, all parts are fine. For example, broccoli stalks, leaves and florets are absolutely the best. Just make sure they are organic and definitely not GMO. So all the parts that are above ground are great. Carrot greens are full of wonderful minerals....but the roots are too full of starch and sugar which would ferment in the stomach when fed with meat and bone, potentially resulting in bloat, gastric dilation and torsion. So always avoid anything with starch or sugar (so root vegetables or fruit) when mixing veg with minced meat and bone. It is fine to give root vegetables (e.g.carrots) on their own several hours before or after the meaty meal. They're great to chew to keep the mouth healthy. So are broccoli stalks or most fibrous stalks or roots.

            Can I mix different vegetables straight away or shall I stick to the Celery for the first week? Mixed greens right from the start are fine unless you have a very sensitive dog, like you do Angela. In this case, always introduce new things one at a time, a week apart. Then you have time to see what's happening and to stop as soon as you see any deleterious reaction. Then you'll know what to avoid! It is rare to get a negative reaction to green leafy vegetables as long as they are organic. Any reaction to non-organic veg is most often associated with the pesticides, herbicides and genetic modification that our poor old veg is subjected to these days, all in the name of profit! Health of all animals, plants and the whole planet is surely more important than profit!

            Are Kale and Cabbage safe to give, too? Yes indeed they are. Some people have reported a rather windy result from feeding Brussel Sprouts....but each animal is an individual and is on it's own health journey. So what suits one dog may not suit another. And also, what doesn't suit your dog today may be fine for your dog in a month or two, as his health improves and his immune system recovers and stops over-reacting.

            Lettuce? Generally useless....just green water...unless you can find some home grown dark green lettuce. Lettuce tends to have a calming, soporific effect. Remember Peter Rabbit falling asleep in Mr MacGregor's garden. Beatrix Potter clearly knew a thing or two!

            If the vegetable itself is not green but the leafs are, can I still feed it, i.e. Fennel? Yes

            Do you recommend a Blender or a Juicer for liquidising? I make and drink organic green juice every morning and give my dogs the pulp. So I use a Green Life macerating juicer (not a centrifugal juicer which oxidizes everything) which produces good quality pulp. Most people have a liquidizer / blender, so can easily liquidize the greens. If you start with a bit of cucumber in the liquidizer, then add other greens, it liquidizes more easily. But, if you liquidize for longer than about 30 - 60 seconds, the contents become severely oxidized and heated. My son has been using a NutriBullet (liquidizer / blender) with great success. It has blades that cut the contents at the very base as well as higher up.

            Many many thanks,

            Angela H., and Maxi

  14. Dear Susanna, Thank you for sending the Pet Plus for my Boxer so promptly. I still feed him Wainewrights Adult Turkey and Rice at the moment, becasue my Vet insists on not to make changes until the next blood test, but can I give Pet Plus in addition to this food without overdozing on any supplements, please? I know the Wainewrights (fresh, comes in a pouch) has additives such as vitamines in it. Maxi also has Diarex added to his food at the moment, to provide probiotics. I'd be most greaful to hear your opinion on this. Thanks again, Angela H.

    1. Great. Yes, adding the Pet Plus is fine. Diarex at the same time is fine. I hope he is not on antibiotics at the moment is he? I'm not a fan of E faecium, the probiotic in Diarex, because there is some evidence that it easily transfers antibiotic resistance. And as you know, antibiotics also destroy probiotics!!! That's one of the reasons his guts are in trouble, apart from the pancreas troubles. Let's hope he's nearly better now though. You're making a good lot of positive changes. Well done.

  15. Dear Susanna,

    Thank you for reading and trying to help. I have a 17 months old male boxer, who has been diagnosed with colitis, resulting from a chronic pancreatis.

    Most online information seems to suggest that raw food is the answer, and I am very willing to try it.
    I am just strugglingt to find a local supplier with the right type of raw food and I am also unsure which meats he can have at all.

    Is raw minced meat a problem for dogs with pancreatis, please?

    My vets says to avoid any red meats and keep him on a extreme low fat diet (she also wants us to use Hills i.d., or alternatively Chappy, but the ingredients seem terrible to me).

    So, I fed him chicken and rice for a few days, and now he is changing to Wainewrights Adult light (Turkey and Rice) because it seems the healthiest and best available option whilst I am trying to work out what to give him in the long run.

    I am very concerned because he has had 4 courses of Antibiots over the last 9 months, and now he is due his worm treatment, which might bring him down again.

    He is not quite over his acute phase just yet and the stool is still very soft, so I wonder if I should start introducing raw straight away and whether giving him supplements at this stage is safe?

    I am just very anxious of making a wrong move.

    Thank you again for reading and all the best,

    Angela

    1. Thanks for your questions. Have you read the articles on Pancreatitis on my web site?
      But first, don't give him the worm stuff!!! There is no need to do it regularly as the pharmaceutical industry would have us believe! And do not vaccinate him ever again!!! These pure bred animals just cannot deal with the damage done by the mercury and other noxious chemicals in the vaccines. Actually, nothing can deal with being injected with poison, and bugs that would normally enter through the mouth or nose....but that's another story!!!
      The most important thing is to help his immune system and digestive system to repair, regenerate and recover, so avoid drugs, chemicals and vaccines.
      So, start by giving only filtered / glass-bottled water to drink. Tap water is diluted chemical vileness!
      Add an excellent blend of purpose made enzymes, probiotics, prebiotics, antioxidants and so on as found in Pet Plus. You can add this to whatever food is agreeing with him at the moment and it makes a great positive difference.
      If you need to do something else right now, Medicinal clay is very helpful at grabbing the toxins in the gut and eliminating them in the pooh which soon becomes solid! You can get Bentonite clay or Medicinal Green Clay (Argiletz). I use and supply the Medicinal Green Clay (Argiletz).
      If things go well like this, stay on this regime for a few weeks.
      Then gradually change onto raw food.
      If the symptoms persist, then change onto raw straight away. And start giving Aloe Vera 20 mls 4 times daily by mouth. It is a natural anti-inflammatory. I recommend Pukka as the best and cleanest make of Aloe Vera.
      I'd suggest starting with a raw egg. If one goes down OK, after a couple of hours, give another couple of eggs, raw.
      Then you can try minced meat and bone of raw wild rabbit, organic raw chicken.
      Then try adding some liquidized greens.
      Then green stinky tripe.
      After a few months of stability, you could consider using Verm-x crunchies every day for herbal worming.
      There's also lots of info on my web site about IBS too.
      I'd agree with keeping off red meat, but especially, keep off fatty foods for the moment.
      The enzymes in Pet Plus have helps countless numbers of dogs and cats with pancreatitis and / or IBS!

      1. Thank you so much for your quick reply, Susanna. I will start with filtering the water and by adding the Pet Plus tomorrow.
        Should I discontinue the Diarex/ is there enough of that particular supplement in Pet Plus to help him, please?
        I will have a look at the Medical Clay, too
        My vet said she'd rather not see us feeding Maxi raw, because he already had Compilobacter in the past. Does this mean he is more likely to catch it again ??? Or is this just a matter of the countryside environment, please?
        Worms: Maxi seems to get worms very easily, possibly because he was not treated well for it before he came to us (he had quite a lot of worms, and still eems to get them easily now). Are the Verm-X-Crunchies still sufficient, please?
        Also, our vet wants to give steroids if the next blood results are going to be better, `to help him` ( in 3 weeks). What would this do, and is it neccessary for his condition?

        Thank you again,

        Angela

        1. I'd carry on with the Diarex till you finish it.
          He will be fine on raw. The cases of Campylobacter were from kibble!!! There is absolutely zero tolerance of any contaminating bacteria in frozen pet minces. The human raw meat is severely contaminated very often, but'that doesn't matter because it's going to be cooked before the humans eat it' Trouble is, people feed it to their pets and also people who still eat meat handle it and are contaminated themselves, then they stroke the dog.....and hey presto, the dog gets some bug or another.
          And parasites are zapped by the deep freezing process in the pet food manufacturing process.
          So, bugs and parasites inhabit an unhealthy environment and actually help to clean up the mess, but we humans misinterpret this and think we have to destroy them. So the first thing to do is to get his guts healthy and functioning properly, by filling him with healthy bacteria (probiotics) and enzymes (which aid digestion and also get rid of debris in the gut) and healthy raw food. Then the bugs and parasites won't stay because the environment is not suitable for them....or you could say, that there is no mess for them to clear up so they are not needed so they leave.
          For goodness sake do not accept the steroids. If he's getting better, there is absolutely no need at all to give these immune system destroyers.
          Send a pooh sample to a lab for a worm test and see if there really are any in there. Do not routinely give chemicals just in case.....
          Not sure really what the point of the blood test is frankly! What are they looking for?
          But, not having seen your dog, I have to be careful not to step on anyone's toes, but I am all for natural stuff and I avoid all the chemical, heavy-handed approaches as much as possible!
          I hope you understand the logic in this discussion, so you can see for yourself what is happening and why, and how to treat it and prevent it's recurrence.

          1. Ok, thanks, The Diarex is now gone, but I think I will get another pack to continue treatment for a bit: my vet said to continue for 4 weeks in total, to help his pancreas/guts to calm down.
            The blood test: She said she wants to see if the changed diet makes a difference, and whether the Pancreas is not overproducing anymore, or less than before. If by then it is still overproducing Amylase and Lypase to a similar extend, she says, we'll have to take an X-ray, and make a Biopsy to rule out other reasons, such as an object stuck in his intestines for example. The `CPRI` test results she said, were also too high.
            If the blood tests are better, she says we can give him steroids to ` help him with his panceas`.
            Yes, I think I do understand the logic behind what you're saying, thank you. It is very helpful.
            Just gave half a tsp Pet PLus with his brekkie, and will add the other half midday. We spread out the food out over 3 portions a day, as he seems so sensitive.
            Compilobacter: Yes, he's had some kibble in combination with `fresh food` in the past (both Wainewrights hypoallergenic), However, he managed to eat a dead and quite large animal on a field once (too far away for me to see which kind), and the compilobacter was discovered some time after this. But if you say its unlikely to catch this from frozen I'm happy to try raw when we're ready. I might try and find a different vet, too. It's just tricky to find somebody who is good and close by in case of emergencies. Costs are important of course, too.
            Another huge problem is our dogs level of excitement. Seeing another dog, or taking him on walks on other fields (except for the one at our doorstep, which is empty), he gets diarrhea straight away. I'd love for him to meet other dogs and go to different places, and we have done this in the past, but the vet has ordered to keep him calm- and at home, at least for now.
            Unfortunately, I don't see this excitement changing.He is always desperate to meet other dogs. Most of my friends have dogs which he has met-and will meet again, and on some days Maxi spends the day at work with my partner where he is being taken on walks through the town centre to the park- there is nothing else nearby.
            Maybe when he get's older this will calm down a bit- I hope so.

            Thank you Susanna, and best wishes to you,

            Angela

          2. Great!
            No need to get more Diarex if it's finished.
            If he had something stuck in his intestines, he'd have different symptoms, so don't worry about that.
            His pancreas isn't over producing the enzymes. They are just leaking out of his inflamed pancreas into the blood instead of going into the gut where they are needed. Giving the Pet Plus which contains loads of enzymes, will give the pancreas a holiday, so it can repair and recover and regenerate. Steroids will stop that repair process from taking place and will turn this acute event into a long lasting chronic situation, so avoid them at all costs!
            Many animals get excited when they see another. Even horses get diarrhoea before an event or an outing or a race or anything. But it resolves itself and is only an immediate reaction to the immediate situation.
            He will calm down as he ages, as we all do. He's still a baby and you'd expect him to be full of life and excitement. If he weren't we'd be very worried! Boxers are full of abundant energy and joie do vivre. They are also very sensitive so stay as raw and natural and chemical free as possible forever.
            Eating a wonderful rotting carcasse is perfect! He needs more of the same!
            Chris Day is a homoeopathic vet in Oxford. He is excellent.
            Have fun! Sounds like he's a truly wonderful companion!
            Keep me posted!
            Suzi

          3. Hey Susanna, I am bit worried now becasue the vet told me he is deffinitely producing too many of those enzymes, and she also said that this was an `unexpected result`. I know for sure thst this s whet she said becasue I asked her to repeat it so I could write it down for myself.
            Maybe she is not sure what his problem is?
            We won't give him steroids, and he is currenly not on antibiotics (However, he just finished the course a few dys ago, which started in combination with the Diarex).
            He seems nearly better, his poo was almost normal on 3 occasions yesterday and the day before. Only excitement made it softer again.
            So, he is not at danger of relapsing when I expose him to excitement resulting in diarrhea? That would be a massive relief. I worry a lot but I feel desperately sorry for him for keeping him `calm`. Oh, and he is a great and a very funny companion indeed. I love him to bits!

  16. Hi, how long would it take to deliver to Montenegro, Europe (Balkans)?
    I have a FeLv infected youngish cat (2.5 years) with a severe anemia. She's on corticosteroids, and I decided to introduce chlorella into her diet, but I'm not sure now what this combo does inside her body, chlorella is boosting the immunity whereas steroids are supposed to repress it...
    The cat won't eat raw food, she's raised on kibble - said to have been a complete food, and I've been forcing wet/canned food (at least) to her with syringe a couple of times a day ever since she was diagnosed, in Feb this year...
    I would appreciate any advice,
    Thank you!
    Regards,
    Boba.

    1. I hope the Pet Plus has arrived. I posted it immediately. There was no option to do signed and tracked delivery.
      If you can force feed wet food, why aren't you using raw minced up meat and bone? That would at least be useful for her. Raw eggs, especially the yolk....cats love it.
      Filter any water she has to drink.
      Do not vaccinate her ever again, if you have already!
      Not convinced that steroids are any use...they just suppress symptoms and prevent the immune system from recovering.
      So be bold, go raw as soon as possible.
      There's lots of relevant advice all over my web site.
      Let me know if you need more help.

  17. Hi,

    PetPlus sounds fantastic and just what my dogs need along with the raw diet. However they are Dalmatians so have to avoid Brewers Yeast and Liver due to the high purine levels. Do you have any suggestions?

    1. Thanks for your comments! I haven't had any problems with Dalmations on Pet Plus.
      There is no lover in the dog Pet Plus, only essence of dessicated liver in the cat one for flavour.
      Hope that helps you.

  18. Hi Susanna

    I have been feeding my cat Pet plus for a couple of years thanks to the recommendation of my homeopathic vet here in Perth Australia.

    I was wondering if it contains the enzymes required for the pancreas for my friend's cat which has recently had acute pancreatitis and is still not really recovered.

    Thankyou

    Anne

  19. I've been feeding my dogs raw for about 18 months in response to my Borzoi's ear issues, which cleared up beautifully. However in the past couple of months her ears have flared up again and she has pink stained feet, eyes and muzzle although I never see her licking or chewing and she doesn't seem itchy. I'm concerned that something dietary is still missing so I'm wondering if pet plus may be able to help. My other dog has no issues at all. They get an appropriate mix of meat, bones and offal and both get salmon oil as they just won't touch fish! I'm almost at the point of going to the vet but I know they will want skin scrapes, prescription food and ear canal operations, none of which I want to put her through if there is a non-surgical solution.
    Any thoughts would be very gratefully received, thank you.

    1. The pink staining of the fur has sometimes been associated with salmon oil, so the first thing I'd suggest is to stop that.
      Ears flaring up is often a sign of an allergy to something, very often gluten, so make sure she has absolutely no access to anything with gluten in it. If they're sensitive to it, just a couple of crumbs of bread can set it all off. Really. Same goes for dairy products, so eliminate them completely.
      It can also be in response to overheating, so maybe the central heating is too hot for her, or her bed is too close to a hot radiator or something.
      Sometimes also food that is too rich, like beef or venison can result in 'hot' ears. So stop feeding the dense red meats and go for wild rabbit (farmed rabbit is so fatty and the poor rabbits have a vile life....), maybe turkey, chicken and raw eggs (preferably from outdoor chickens as they have much much better nutrient value, esp vit D). I'm not sure that a Borzoi would have ever had access to fish, thinking of the breed's ancestral past, so I would follow your dog's instinct and if she doesn't want fish, that's fine.
      You could clean her ears gently by putting some olive oil on cotton wool and carefully wiping them out as far down as you can see, but no further.
      You could then rub in a little Aloe Propilis cream (FLP....I can supply it if you need me to) or an aloe vera gel from health food shop.
      Adding turmeric to her diet is a good anti-inflammatory with no side effects.
      Adding in Pet Plus will give her a good load of nutrients too!
      Hope that's helpful.
      Oh and make sure you filter her water and turn off WiFi whenever you're not using it. (I also supply Sosatec Wellbalancers to protect us and our pets from the challenges of WiFi and electromagnetic smog!)

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