“Pay a Little More Now, Save a Lot Later”
Let’s say, your dog began suffering from the occasional bout of unexplained diarrhea but she seemed to feel fine within a few hours so you decided to keep an eye on her – she did not seem to require a visit to the vet. Then, It became a little more frequent, still not enough to have you worried. Then you go away for a week to visit your family and left her with a friend and although you mentioned the vomiting episodes to them, you told them there was nothing to worry about. Now they are on the phone telling you she is at the vet hospital awaiting diagnosis but the vet feels she is suffering from colitis and that the stress of staying with your friends brought about a full blown attack! The vet needs to know two things: what changed last month that might have brought about this condition and what credit card can he use to start treatment?
I’m going to tell you how to avoid this situation, by providing a proactive holistic approach to your animal’s health. At first you may think that it is more costly, but I guarantee in the long run you will save thousands of dollars in vet bills and countless hours of heartache.
Stop Feeding Your Dog Commercial Foods
Although, the first processed dog biscuit was invented by James Spratt of Cincinnati, Ohio in 1860, it was World War II that spurred commercial manufacturers to start pushing the ease of kibble and canned food onto the already stretched family unit. It was convenient, affordable and no one considered the quality of the food or the ingredients that went into this new time saver because it had to be better then the table scraps that domestic animals enjoyed at the time, right? Just because your mother and her mother and her mother before her bought commercial pet food doesn’t mean it was ever the right choice.
Saving Money is About Making Smarter Choices for Your Pet
Today, With the economic downturn, everyone is looking for ways to save a few dollars and scrimping on day to day expenses is becoming a new way of life for many of us. A buck saved now means more to go around later.
You do not want to scrimp on your pet’s health! A healthy dog means no unnecessary trips to the vet, it is the cost of veterinary care that can put a dent in your pocketbook. Most vets charge between $35 and $55 per consultation…Not bad. Where the bill starts to add up is when something serious is wrong with your pet and blood work, x-rays and hospital stays are required. The cost per day in a pet hospital varies depending on location and overhead but it can easily range up to $1500 a day for a full service, 24 hour care facility.
A Cheap Diet will Cost You in the End
Less expensive dog food means less overall nutrients available and more filler – a combination destined for digestive disaster. A homemade diet is a better option because you know exactly what is going into your dog’s body everyday and it does not need to cost an arm or a leg in the process. By making their meals, you are providing them with available nutrition with no fillers, improving their overall health.
To make sure your dog stays in peak condition
Pet Flora is made from soil-based organisms or SBOs, more frequently referred to as probiotics. Probiotics play a major role in maintaining a healthy balance of good bacteria to bad bacteria in our gastrointestinal tract aiding in proper digestion, nutrient absorption and utilization of those available nutrients. Within a few days of use, you will notice one major indicator of your pet’s improved health – no longer does his flatulence or his bad breath make you drive with the windows rolled down!
Another aspect of overall good health is a strong immune system Super Food Supplement helps promote a healthy GI tract but also helps bolster the immune system, lessening the effect of allergies and various skin conditions for your dog. It also helps fight and prevent cancer and normalizes blood sugar levels to help prevent or stabilize diabetes. The ingredients of Canine Super Food are designed to work with each other to help keep your pet in the best physical condition possible.
History of Vomiting, Diarrhea and/or Constipation
What about if your dog has had a history of occasional vomiting, diarrhea or constipation but it has never really been bad enough to warrant expensive lab work or x-rays? Or what if your dog has already been diagnosed with Inflammatory Bowel Disease, colitis or Crohn’s but your vet has not been able to stabilize the condition? Considering your dog cannot tell you how he feels, you may want to air on the side of caution and try Vitality Science’s Treatment Resistant Diarrhea and/or Vomiting Protocol. This multi-product system is guaranteed to stabilize your pet’s uncomfortable digestive tract, helping to restore him back to good health.
Managing your pet’s health naturally and holistically May feel like it is costing you more money but, in time, you will see the reward – a happy, healthy canine family member who lives a long illness free life. Isn’t that an investment worth making?