Contact us regarding purchasing or preparing whole food meals for your pet.
NO commercial pet food or treats. These treats are usually made up of filler materials and offer no nutriments.
NO grains, cereal, bread, rice, pasta, yeast, etc. Your pet does not produce sufficient amylase which is the enzyme responsible for breaking down carbohydrates.
NO soy. Most soy is genetically modified and has many health concerns for pets.
NO night shade vegetables. These are white potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, iceberg lettuce, and raw spinach.
NO root vegetables. Your pet should get all of their energy from fats and not sugar. There is simply too much sugar in carrots, sweet potatoes, etc.
NO vegetables with hulls. This includes corn, peas, dry beans, etc.
NO dairy. Once a dog or cat is weaned from their mother’s milk, they stoop producing lactase. This is the enzyme responsible to breaking down lactose.
NO fruit. Your pet does not need the sugar.
NO bone meal or ground bone. Most bone available is not “fresh kill” and is hard on the digestive system.
NO pigs’ ears, rawhides, or nylabones, etc. Intestinal blockages and chemical poisoning are just a couple of the problems with these items.
NO freeze-dried or dehydrated foods. Your pet should get most of its fluids from their food where it can be better absorbed and not just flushed through the kidneys.
NO herbs. Herbs are medicinal. They are to be given for specific reasons, at specific times, and in specific dosages.
NO drugs, chemicals, or poisons. This includes flea and tick medications.