Walkee Paws have a unique patented design that goes over your dogs back, each boot is labelled so you know exactly which boot to put on right paw. Feauturing leggings that have a smooth cotton lining which prevent nail tears while also providing insulation, comfort, and durability. It takes 30 seconds top to slide onto your dogs legs!
Raw food especially turkey, chicken and duck is the easiest form of meat to digest because the kidney doesn't have to work as hard to digest as it does with kibble...kibble provides your dog with little to no hydration. Raw food can contain up to 70% moisture which ensures your pet is staying hydrated and in turn helps the kidneys function properly.
There are a few causes of diabetes which include:
- Breed predisposition
- Being inactive
- Lack of Omega 3 oils
- Chronic inflammation stemming from diseases such as IBD, pancreatitis, or skin allergies
- Use of medications such as steroids long term
- Diets high in carbohydrates
Most of the reasons above can be linked to a kibble fed diet....we know that kibble is more high in carbohydrates compared to a raw diet. Diabetes is characterized by having too much sugar in the bloodstream. Carbohydrates create sugar (glucose.) Dogs are more than capable of producing all the glucose that their body needs without any dietary carbs whatsoever.
The microbiome is found internally and externally. It modulate's the immune system which is being constantly exposed to bad things. The microbiome can be disrupted by a number of factors including prolonged periods of stress, large amounts of starch in a dogs diet, processed foods, infections, radiation, use of antibiotics or other drugs. Immune experts believe that dysbiosis and leaky gut can be the cause of nearly all auto immune diseases such as, skin diseases, joints, heart, eyes or brain, IBD, collapsing trachea, liver, kidney and pancreatic disorders! What are some things you can add to your pet's diet to prevent or treat leaky gut?
Inflammatory Bowel Disease is caused by chronic inflammation in your dogs GI tract which leads to the prevention of nutrition absorption. Symptoms include, vomitting, diarrhea, stomach/abdominal pain and weight loss. The exact cause of IBD cannot be pinpointed although factors at play are genetics, diet, and food allergies. How do you cure IBD? Well you actually can't but you CAN manage it! Here at Poochie Moochie Edmonton we believe that the key to preventing and treating a number of illnesses is providing them with a diet that is all natural with no preservatives or fillers.....
Pancreatitis is a very severe disease that causes vomiting, diarrhea, pain in the abdomen, fever, weakness and lethargy. It is potentially life threatening so a trip to the vet is much needed. We're here to provide ways on how to manage pancreatitis for the rest of your pup's life. Pancreatitis in dogs often occur due to a diet which is high in carbohydrates and void of digestive enzymes which can be a direct result of feeding kibble...Switching to a raw protein diet which is low in fat such as Turkey, Chicken, Kangaroo, rabbit or a fish dinner.....
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