Go Wild in 2013! (With Free New Year Digi-Poster)

If we had to suggest just one pet care New Year Resolution, we’d recommend taking your pet’s diet into the wild.  Whether you have a dog, cat, horse, fish, rabbit, or other pet, all can benefit from their caregiver’s research into their wild diet.  Not only can we try to replicate it, but we can also improve upon it based on our knowledge of dietary requirements.  We can then provide that nutrition with natural, whole foods and supplements.

We would also like to encourage you to support animal shelters as much as you can in 2013.  You can donate, volunteer, and adopt a homeless pet.  To find shelters and pets in your area, check out our Adoptable Pet Search page. If you need some guidance with your selection, there’s a dog adoption eBook available to help you evaluate health, temperament and trainability, along with details like assessing size, best breeds for children, etc: Super Dogs & Puppies eBook.

All of us at All Natural Pet Care would like to thank you for your support in 2012, and we look forward to serving you in 2013.  We’ll be toasting to the good health of all pets, tonight and every night.

Natural Wild Pet Care

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5 Responses to “Go Wild in 2013! (With Free New Year Digi-Poster)”

  1. Shelline says:

    We have a whole new dog since starting natural supplements. We attribute a almost full recovery from arthritis to your montmorillonite clay although we also started giving him seaweed at the same time. I credit the clay because I started taking it after seeing the dog and it has made a big difference for me too.

  2. Coleen says:

    I’m off the processed food since last fall for me and my dogs. I’m a busy person and found myself eating a lot of quick meals of sandwiches and hotdogs while the dogs got kibble & canned. I bought the best foods for them but I want to start feeding them real food.

  3. Angela says:

    We’re changing the whole family’s diet to include natural and local food. Thanks for the inspiration.

  4. Susan says:

    Great poster, I always love your designs.

  5. yvonne says:

    Love this!

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