Coconut oil is a fashionable addition to the diets of both people and there pets.
Is it good for your dog? NO stick to an species appropriate diet
Not according to these researcher. Unless your pets microbiome is used to these forms of oil it can cause more problems than it helps.
Have a listen to this youtube interview:
You can really upset the delicate balance of your pets gut flora and cause inflammatory chemical to leak out of the gut with coconut oil and many other novel foods which pets are not used to or evolved to consume. Read more about the microbiome on my website.
The microbiome is the population of micro-organisms which live along side us in or gut and elsewhere and I think is the reason a raw diet helps so many of my patients.
Our next vaccicheck clinic has been arranged for Saturday 12th December at the usual place.
The Dog's Diner Ltd
Tarran Way North, Moreton
Wirral CH46 4UB
0151 678 2588
Give them a ring to make an appointment
We will take a small blood sample from you dog and measure the antibody levels (titre) to
Distemper, Hepatitis and Parvovirus
If there are as in most dogs adequate levels there is no need to have them vaccinated - result!!
Covid distancing and masks are required and used.
As it so close to Christmas then santa masks would be good and you can get your companions their last minute gifts while there - Turkey and cranberry minced dinners
Read more about vaccicheck at naturalpetcare.vet/medicine/vaccination/
Fore appointments about other things on other days or after the clinic contact me not the Diner
This weekend I attended a seminar on raw feeding from RAW FEEDING VETERINARY SOCIETY
I would like to share some of the results with you
Raw Feeding and Allergies
Vets who advocate Raw Feeding will confirm that they see a reduction in the severity of skin allergy (atopic dermatitis) and IBS (Inflammatory Bowel Diseases) when they change a dog onto a raw diet.
This has been confirmed in research presented to the conference by a Finish Group led by Anna Hielm-Björkman DVM, PhD in Finland
When a breeding bitch is fed a raw diet and her puppies are fed raw for the first few months of life the incidence of Canine Atopic dermatitis is 3 times 300% less likely to occur. There are other factors such as genetics but diet has a huge affect.
Similar results abut the development of IBD in later life is found
You can have a look at the studies at dogrisk.com/publications
Anna and her team run DOG RISK in Finland and need funds to improve the data and run more studies. If you feel you can donate so we can gain more evidence to fight back against Mars Nestle and the like please make a small donation
Discovery is ‘extremely concerning’ for water insects, and fish and birds that depend on them
This is a headline in todays Guardian Newspaper
For more about this increasing problem read my website as well