Domesticated dogs and cats have the same digestive tract that their wild ancestors have. With the exception of natural dangers from natural predators and catastrophes, dogs and cats in the wild rarely have degenerative diseases and live for a long-time based on their species.
The diet of your dog and cat is just as important to longevity and health as your diet is. To reduce the risk of cancers and other old-age diseases, a diet rich in
According to an article written by Shirley Lipschutz-Robinson, “Dr. Francis Pottenger of the Karolinska Hospital in Stockholm tried an experiment on several hundred cats. He divided them into two groups and fed one group their natural diet of raw meat and the other group a man-made diet of cooked pet food. He carried on this experiment through three generations. The cats that were fed their normal uncooked diet thrived. The cats that were fed a cooked diet developed the same diseases, and required the same medical treatment, as we humans. (excerpt from an article at the NewVeg site)”
Because pet food have their nutrients supplemented and made into unabsorbable products is what leads to toxin build up and then disease. It’s the exact same process that happens in humans when fed a diet of fast food. Yes, our bodies are amazingly adaptable to handle nutrient depleted food, but eventually it catches up to us. And the same goes for our pets.
To ensure holistic health and immunity for your dog and cat, feed them a raw natural diet. If you would like more information about where to begin, give Moe’s Meats a call at 503.245.2853