Dr. Christina Cole of Advanced Animal Chiropractic is back on our blog today to talk about what her introductory pet chiropractic sessions look like. She does dog and cat adjustments at the The Pet Beastro every two weeks. Her next sessions will be:
Some economy brands of pet food are made from lower quality ingredients with lower energy values and lower grade proteins that aren't easily absorbed. Because of this, many of the nutrients in these foods pass right through your pet's system, which means you need to dispense a larger quantity in order for your animal to receive the same amount of nutrition they'd get from a premium food, like Petcurean. The proof is in the poop: you feed less, your pet absorbs more nutrition, and you scoop less. Who doesn't love that?
Just because a pet food is labeled as "natural," doesn't necessarily mean it's healthy (or even safe!) for your animal. We've seen many products that claim to be natural despite being made with questionable ingredients. So why are these products even allowed to be labeled as "natural?" It turns out that the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO)’s interpretation of "natural" leaves a lot of room for interpretation: