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Animals Know What’s Good For Them: Why Pets Love Noni Fruit Leather

By: Steve Frailey Friday July 31, 2015 comments Tags: noni for pets, holistic pet care

Animals are a lot more intuitive than we sometimes give them credit for. They have a way of knowing when something is wrong, they have good instincts, and they know how to get what they need to be healthy. So it’s no surprise to us that animals love Noni Fruit Leather.

Noni is a powerful supplement to a healthy diet for humans and pets alike, and can help promote overall good health, wellness and energy. 

What is Noni Fruit Leather for Pets?

Hawaiian Organic Noni Fruit Leather is made of 100% organic noni pulp. We dry the pulp at a low heat below 115F to create a raw food product that is non-fermented, potent, and full of beneficial nutrients, enzymes, and compounds.

The whole product is grown, dried, and packaged on our organic family farm on Kauai, so we maintain control of every part of the process.

We use the exact same formula to make our Noni Fruit Leather for people and for pets. We understand that pets are a part of your family, so we never skimp on quality in products for your furry friends. The only difference is, we put pictures of cute animals on the packaging for pets, so you know whose noni is whose!

What Kinds of Pets Can Take Noni?

Most animals can benefit from a daily noni supplement, but here are the ones that are most common:

  • Dogs and cats
  • Horses
  • Goats and other livestock
  • Birds

Most animals should take a 2x2 inch square of Noni Fruit Leather each day as basic maintenance, with an additional 1-2 pieces taken each day for more persistent conditions.

Small animals under 10 pounds should be given a 1x1 inch square 1-3 times per day.

You can either give them the piece of fruit leather whole, soak it water to soften it, or chop it up finely and mix with food.

Animals Who Love Noni

I’m always amazed at how well animals can sense what’s good for them. They have much more complex, instinctual inner lives than we realize. The fact that animals love noni fruit is a great example of this. Many humans think the fruit tastes and smells unusual, or even bad, but pets aren’t fooled. They know a good thing when they try it.

Here are two of my favorite stories of animals who just love noni fruit.

Bhakti the Farm Dog

Our farm’s 11-year-old Australian Shepherd and Airedale mix has been taking noni since he was young, and it’s as if he hasn’t aged a day. He’s an 11-year-old puppy who bounds up to us every day to get his daily noni. And he loves it.

See for yourself in this video!

He gets so excited when it’s time for noni, because he knows it’s working to promote overall good health in his body from the inside out! Bhakti does not have fleas or ticks and is a very energetic 11 year old dog!

Local Wild Chickens

We love having a flock of local wild chickens on our farm, and they love all the delicious noni they get to eat each day! We don’t feed them Noni Fruit Leather, but they do eat lots of fresh noni fruit.

We have visitors to our farm throw noni to the chickens, who love to gobble it up. They must know it’s good for them, and they’re some of the healthiest chickens I’ve ever seen.

But recently, one of the chickens started feeling a little entitled! I was opening up a fresh noni fruit to show to our farm tour guests, and one of the chickens jumped up to stand on my chest so he could get to the noni! I’ve never seen a chicken that excited about anything.

Why Give Noni Fruit Leather to Pets?

There are lots of benefits to giving your pet a daily noni supplement. We know that Bhakti and all the other animals who love noni get so excited because they can tell it’s good for them.

Supports Overall Good Health

Noni Fruit Leather is an amazing nutritious raw food for humans and pets alike. Here are just a few of the benefits a regular dose of noni can help support in your beloved pets:

  • Promotes natural healing, good health & energy
  • Boosts the immune system
  • Supports a healthy response to inflammation
  • Improves overall quality of life

We’ve seen time and time again that pets who take noni before they need it live longer, healthier lives. Bhakti, our farm dog, has taken noni since he was young, and now he still behaves like an 11-year-old puppy—full of energy, healthy, and always excited to take his noni each day!

Treating Ailments

Pet Noni Lotion is also amazing for helping pets live a healthy life by providing soothing relief topically. Pet Noni Lotion:  

  • Soothes skin irritations
  • Promotes healthy looking skin
  • Contains important antioxidants
  • Promotes good hair and coat texture
  • Calm and soothe muscles

It’s so painful for us when our furry friends are not feeling their best, and it can be so frustrating when it seems like there’s nothing we can do. One of the most rewarding parts of working with noni is seeing the results it brings to people’s beloved pets, with happy, healthy years.

Improving Quality of Live

Even for pets who are just starting to slow down as a result of old age, Noni Fruit Leather can have incredible effects. Here are some results you might see:

  • Increased energy and mobility
  • Improved alertness and playfulness
  • Better appetite
  • Reduced stress
  • Skin and muscle regeneration

When your pets start to age, it can be very painful. Most of us would do anything to turn back the clock. Noni Fruit Leather can help you do just that, and give your pet a second lease on a quality, pain-free life.

Has your pet benefited from taking noni fruit leather? Let us know in the comments!

Steve Frailey

About the Author: Steve Frailey

My wife and I (Steve Frailey) moved to Kauai, Hawaii in 1982 from our organic farm in California. There were no roads, electricity, water or buildings but lots of Noni trees (Morinda Citrifolia) in our valley. We also developed a deep relationship with Noni that was growing all through our valley.  Today we run our Hawaiian Organic Noni farm, and share the gift of health with people throughout the world.



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