A new year is so inspiring! Today’s educated pet parent has been making more and more natural resolutions over the past decade and this year is no exception. Thanks to their dedication, pets are enjoying a better quality of life and living longer.
5 Natural New Year’s Resolutions for Pets
- Brush your pet’s teeth, but make sure the ingredients in the toothpaste are natural. If your pet doesn’t like a toothbrush, there are several alternatives on the market.
- Try natural treatments for pet ailments. They usually offer a higher level of bio-availability and come with side benefits (instead of side effects like many synthetic drugs). For example, our 16 year old cat is in the early stages of kidney failure, but she is doing surprisingly well on a combination of natural supplements.
- Add nutritive supplements for overall health. There are many nutritious “super” foods and herbs available and more are being proven safe for animals every day. Seaweed, Krill and Calcium Montmorillonite Clay are some of the most powerful among them. We’ll continue to cover these wonderful dietary enhancements this year.
- Try your hand at a homemade diet for your pet. Several excellent books have been published to help you formulate a healthy diet for your pet. We advise caution when researching the topic online and strongly suggest consultation with your veterinarian. Holistic vet’s are often more open to the option of making your own pet food.
- Opt for natural enhancement of show animal qualities. From dogs to fish, many animals participate in shows. Traditionally, synthetic products were used to make coats thick and shiny or colors pop. Today, educated show professionals are looking for the same qualities, but they want it to indicate natural, premium health. Omega 3 & 6, Lutein, and Vitamin E are popular natural supplements used for many show animals, for example. Natural components can be the focus of a complete diet through ingredients, and/or be added via natural supplements specifically designed for each result. More information can be found on the Lintbells website.
It’s important to check with your veterinarian to make sure herbs and other supplements won’t interact with conventional medication or negatively impact other health conditions. Otherwise, with some research you’re free to try natural supplements and treatments to give your pet a better quality of life for years to come.
A happy, healthy new year to you and your pets! Have you made any pet resolutions this year? We’d love to hear about them in the comments below.
✔ You may also be interested in reading:
Using Nutritive Herbs for Pet Dietary Supplements (with Recipe)
Holistic Dog Toothpaste Recipe For Healthy Teeth and Gums
Easy Natural Homemade Toothpaste Recipe for Cats
Calcium Montmorillonite Clay for Pets
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