The 4th of July is a celebration for humans, but it can be an overwhelming stressful event for your pets! Their acute senses tend to go into overdrive with the loud, booming fireworks.
Here are some tips for keeping your pet calm and safe:
Have you been wanting to transition your pet from dry kibble to a more natural diet? Do you have a pet with a chronic health issue that could benefit from a diet change? Have you been curious about what it would look like to cook for your pet? Are you confused by all of the new "grain-free" and "healthy" commercial pet foods that are out there now?
Join me this February for a Pet Food Challenge
Rehydrating your pet during the winter.
Our pets go through a mild dehydration this time of year when the cold air doesn't hold the moisture the body needs.
Winter does not officially begin until December 21st, but my pets and I have been feeling some of the effects of this season over the past few weeks. Perhaps you and your pets have as well. In this issue of the Heal at Home Pet Care newsletter, you can read about the health challenges associated with winter and how to help your pets cope with the changes they may be experiencing. I'd love to hear any feedback you have about how your pet does during this time of year!
I've been on a mission to feed my pets as naturally as possible. That means knowing what their body needs and feeding a species appropriate diet.
liz stewart, BS, CVT (ECC)
Liz is a natural pet healer with 30yrs+ in the veterinary technician profession. She is certified in Emergency & Critical Care (ECC) and Animal Acupressure. Liz is the former manager of a large 24/7 Emergency & Critical Care service where she created protocols and training programs allowing for a high level of patient care.