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Holistic Pet Care

By: Steve Frailey Wednesday April 15, 2020 comments Tags: noni for pets, holistic pet care, pets noni fruit leather

Many pet parents aren’t aware that holistic veterinary care is available for their pets.

Conventional vs Holistic-What is the difference?

Conventional medicine focuses on finding a solution to the health problems that your pet is experiencing usually through medication. Holistic medicine accommodates the pet’s overall health and well-being, not just the problem.

NOTE: Holistic treatments are never a substitution for regular preventive care.

Bathing and Brushing
You should brush and bathe your pet (if applicable) regularly. Indoor pets may only need to be bathed every few months as long as they are brushed regularly. Brushing removes dead skin and hair. When bathing your pet, be sure to rinse them thoroughly as soap residue can cause skin irritation.

Exercise 
Just like people, fresh air, sunshine (vitamin D), and exercise will improve your pet's mood and health. Exercising your pet stimulates their brain (remember they used to be wild), and improves the bond between your pet and you. 

Photobiomodulation
Photobiomodulation, also called cold laser therapy, that can be used to reduce pain and inflammation. National sports teams have been using cold laser therapy for years to reduce recovery time.

Physical Therapy
The goal of physical therapy is to restore your pet’s body to normal function after injury or debilitation. Physical therapy is a huge market in people medicine, so why not try it for your pet?

Acupuncture
Acupuncture is when thin needles are inserted into specific points of the body to relieve pain and pressure. Pets suffering with back pain, arthritis, and muscle spasms may benefit from this treatment.

Nutritious Food
Just like people, foods our pets consume feeds the cells of their body creating a foundation for a healthy and happy life. Without consuming high-quality proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals, your pet’s life can be unnecessarily cut short. Look closely at the ingredients and ask yourself if you’re willing to consume what your pet eats. Most pet food products contain by-products of a food ingredient and not the ingredient itself.

Look for:

  • vegetables
  • whole grains
  • portions appropriate to meet pet’s caloric needs (free feeding isn’t always a good idea)

Avoid:

  • processed carbohydrates
  • meals and by-products
  • preservatives
  • artificial colors

Noni Fruit Leather: Raw, Organic, Non-GMO, and Additive-Free

We can’t help you find the right pet food brand for your pets but we do offer you a nutritious, organic, and powerful raw food supplement for your pets’ health. 

We’re committed to producing products for full and total health in both humans and pets. That means that we never ever add anything to our products that might be harmful in anyway. Our Noni Fruit Leather, which is sold for both humans and pets, is made of 100% pure organic noni pulp, and our noni lotions are all organic and water-based.

In fact, our pet and human noni formulas are exactly the same! We wouldn’t feed a pet anything that isn’t safe for a human, whether it’s “legal” or not. We package our animal formulas differently, just so you can tell whose is whose!

Our pets love noni fruit leather!

Our farm dog, Bhakti, is living proof of the benefits of a daily dose of noni. Bhakti is as healthy as the day we got him, because he eats a raw food supplement that truly nourishes the cells in his body. The nutritional value of noni is extremely high, containing antioxidants, soluble and insoluble fiber, essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals.

These beneficial compounds, over 165 in all, work together to keep Bhakti in the peak of health. That’s what pet food ought to do, promote overall good wellness and energy.

Give the best to your pets, and you’ll be able to enjoy many long, healthy years together.

Click here to view Bhakti eating Noni Fruit Leather on our certified organic family farm.

 

Source:
https://www.petnet.io/blogs/health-and-fitness/your-guide-to-holistic-pet-care-part-1
https://www.sfgate.com/pets/yourwholepet/article/10-holistic-pet-care-tips-you-can-trust-2483801.php
https://www.petmd.com/dog/holistic-pet-care-options-you-might-not-know-about-1
https://pets.webmd.com/features/holistic-health-care-pets#1

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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