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.
Three tips for feeding your pet
1. Quality: feed natural, organic, sustainably sourced foods as much as possible. reading the pet food label can give you clues as to a food's quality.
2. Balanced: make sure your pet's diet is species appropriate and balanced with proteins, fats, fiber, vitamins and minerals,
3. Keep it simple: when transitioning your pet to a more natural diet, pick 2-3 main foods your pet likes and stick to them on a regular basis. You can add in treats or different foods occasionally, however during the initial transition keep it simple.
Does your cat wake you up at night for food? See this video for a tip on how to keep your nocturnal kitty fed while you get a good sleep! zzzzzzzzzzzzzz........
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.