The Feedbag for Animal Wellness
Quality food guidelines — Choosing the proper food for your companion animal.
I am the feed consultant for our business, so the name of my division is "The Feed Bag for Animal Wellness." I have over 30 years of study in this field. I am also a homeopath and Reiki practitioner, 2nd degree.
My partner, Colleen Nicholson, and myself feel there is a great need to educate people on nutrition and alternative therapies for their companion animals, as we have done for our own. Presently, I have 7 dogs, 7 cats, and 4 horses.
My knowledge comes to me through tremendous study. From volumes of books, live seminars and taped seminars, I have over 150 classroom hours of study devoted to animals alone, with the remainder of 300 more hours devoted to the study of homeopathy for humans. Here I would like to take a moment to tell you a few important things to watch for when choosing a healthy feed for your companion animals.
Choose a feed
- Stay away from supermarket feeds. They are generally of poor quality ingredients.
- Look for feeds that have at least one, if not two, animal protein sources in the first 3 ingredients if you are feeding carnivores, such as dogs or cats.
- Look for food that will supply the energy necessary for the animals' daily activities and lifestyle.
- If the bag in which your feed is packaged shows grease on the outside -- Do NOT Buy It!
- When you open a bag of feed, the smell of rancidity or sight of mold or ingredients breaking up, return it and get another. Do Not Feed It!
- Eliminate from your list any food/feed that gives loose stools or large volume of stool with an unpleasant odor.
- Always change feed gradually over a period of a week or two.
- And, avoid foods which require enormous amounts of feed per meal.
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