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Dog healing through correct diet
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Dog healing through correct diet

Many pedigree breeds have a predisposition to something, however it is only a predisposition and a lot can be done to proactively prevent disease, not give the weed a chance to grow as it were.

My dog (Bedlington terrier) has a predisposition to copper toxicity and liver disease, however, I am damned if I am going to allow that to be a part of his life.

Commercial dog food is junk. Biscuits are junk. Most human food is junk to dogs.

Junk clogs up the system creating all sorts of toxicity.

What does a canine eat in the wild? How does a dogs digestive tract compare to a wolf/hyena? What do animals in the wild die of? What is REAL canine food?

Are you still with me?

My dear Ohfor07, I am not casting judgement .. I just want you to entertain the idea that the foods you are feeding your bull dog is what is creating his problems.

The 1st step to healing is to remove all toxicity.

The 2nd step is to feed the body what it needs to rebuild and heal.

That is true for humans, dogs and all creatures.

OK - want to read more about food fit for dogs? you can start off with my raw food for dogs blog:

Here are a few threads that would be very useful to read on feeding the correct diet to dogs:

You might also like to go to the pet healing forum for further questions/information:

Best wishes

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