Reducing the risk of cancer in our pets

The video: https://www.facebook.com/PlanetPaws.ca/videos/1560732177334992/

However, dogs may be omnivorous but cats are obligate carnivores. There have been numerous research findings on the proportion of meat:vege ratio for dog and cat food. On the average, 60% meat and 40% vege may be appropriate for dogs while for cats, it is usually suggested that the proportion be 95% […]

Daffodil’s news and the new homecooked catfood recipe

Here are some photos taken over the last 2 days:

Her tshirt is only worn after the paste is applied to the tumour.

Still regular small meals, but she’s eating a bit more now.

Sometimes, she comes down to eat, but most of the time, […]

Happy Meat Free Monday!

Blueberries, strawberries, orange, banana, kale, mint, almonds, pumpkin seeds, a dash of apple cider vinegar and some millet powder – makes a super energy drink!

And of course, we’ll be saving many animals, too!

Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants. – Michael Pollan

Michael Pollan’s 7 rules for […]

Carnism: Why humans eat meat

Carnism is the invisible belief system that conditions people to eat certain animals and tells them that they may not want to eat a dog/cat but it is “okay” to eat a pig/cow/goat/chicken, etc. It is a belief system, created by humans, to justify their wants and the pleasures of their tongues.

This video clip […]

Happy Meatless Monday!

We all KNOW it’s good. There’s no question about it.

Now, let’s make it happen!

Dr Lisa Pierson talks about cat food

Please do read the entire article: http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2014/12/14/cat-health-nutrition.aspx

Dr. Pierson tries to keep things very simple for cat guardians when it comes to feline nutrition. Her recommendations are based on what a cat would eat in the wild – a mouse, bird, lizard, or some other small animal. There are three main take-home messages. The first […]

From best to worst – 13 pet foods

Dr Karen Becker revised her ranking of these 13 foods: http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2015/11/08/best-to-worst-pet-food-types.aspx

Nutrition is so very important to the wellbeing of our pets, so it pays to hear from the experts.

When in doubt, always consult an expert in the field.

Make your own nut butter

The video: https://www.facebook.com/officialgoodful/videos/1609533659117094/

You may wish to use a healthier oil instead of canola (which is genetically modified).

Happy Veggie Thursday!!

The wisdom of a child

It is said that kindness is the greatest wisdom.

https://myanimalcare.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/2017-05-18-VIDEO-00000013.mp4

Happy Meatfree Monday!