Health or behavior problems, they show symptoms, but their solution is to find the origin.
Before we get involved with complicated interventions and behavior modification programs, one essential thing we need to do is review and adapt our diet. Especially if your dog is fed commercial processed food.
Because there may be the origin. And if you don’t change it, you will only be putting a temporary patch, which will end up falling.
Hippocrates said “Let food be your medicine, and medicine be your food.” The philosopher and anthropologist Ludwig Feuerbach, in the middle of the 19th century, made the phrase “we are what we eat” famous. And Thomas Edison already in his time predicted: “The doctor of the future will no longer treat human beings with drugs; will cure and prevent diseases with nutrition”
Hundreds of years have passed before science proves that a poor diet has an impact on our health. In the functioning of our body, our mind and our moods.
Perhaps you have heard that only dry food manufacturers have the right formula and that any imbalance can be fatal for your animal. Perfect marketing campaigns, and convenience have made natural nutrition lean on this approach as well. The reality is, we don’t have to be nutritionists to feed our families or our dogs.
Dogs for thousands of years have fed on table scraps. But it is now that they have a greater number of chronic diseases and a shorter life expectancy.
If you are clear about it and want to start enriching your current diet, or want to make the total change to a natural diet, or if you are already with it and want to know about natural supplements that improve it. I can help.
I am not going to impose a method on you, I am going to adapt to your lifestyle, preferences, and I am going to guide you. So get in touch here, whether you want a complete switch to raw BARF diet, or something mixed where you just prefer to add some healthy foods, or natural supplements.
The online session includes an adapted diet proposal, indications and a short follow-up consultation.
To live in peace,
to restore the balance
and the tempo in a natural way