is with great pride that I celebrate 15 years of continuous service to the
On 9/9/99 I opened the present location in Bird Rock and began to
offer the retail items that I had regularly advised customers to acquire
for their pets.
My deepest thanks and appreciation to those dog and cat owners that
have supported my business and thus, have given their pets the utmost in
Read more about credentials and service at www.TheDapperDog.com.
for-human-consumption-quality meat that your owner believes you are getting in that “Lamb & mostly Rice” diet. Medium-aged dogs in good health in spite of the kibble are not the ones you will see the biggest difference in changing to a raw diet. Puppy aptitude and old dog vigor are the most dramatic changes I noted after changing my dogs to a raw diet 5 years ago.
a new dog,” stated Scupper’s owner to me recently.
Scupper had been itchy and less active until trying the raw
FOOD FOR THOUGHT:
Do you think the coyote looks out among the rabbits he wants to catch and
says, “hmmm, that one will be good for grandma, and that one will be
good for junior!”
can use the Innova brand for active, growing dogs and the California
Natural brand for less active or sensitive dogs.
The cat formulas also stocked here are simply regular calorie and
lower calorie. I suggest you feed only the meat, bone and vegetable diets
stocked in the freezers here. It
would be good to incorporate them a few days a week at least as part of
your pet’s diet. Brands
most respected and carried are Steve’s
Real Food For Dogs and a more refined USDA stamped (does not specify
for animal use, because it is certified for human consumption) is Halshan
Premium Raw Food. Kibble
is just not the best diet for the vast majority of pets, albeit far less
expensive. The top breeders
are feeding their dogs Raw and you will note this practice filtering into
mainstream pet owners over the next decade.
The more the common dog food process is exposed, the more owners
will seek for-human-consumption-quality ingredients.
What if the tables were
If you would like to learn more about increasing the quality of food and thus the quality of your pet’s life, please consider the following seminar, websites and the terrific Wellpet e-mail list. Your pets will be glad you did!
HOLISTIC CARE FOR PETS by
Kymathy Schultze, author of The Ultimate Diet
Saturday September 23, 2000 - 10:00 to 5:00 in Pacific Beach at The School of Healing Arts, 1001 Garnet Ave. phone (858) 581 9429. Learn all about the vitamins, minerals and enzymes dogs are deprived of with processed food. Learn to make your own recipe for cats or dogs and understand why each ingredient is important. Call to sign up now for this annual event.
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