6 Tips To Get Started With The Natural Path For A Healthier Pet

It is no wonder that going all natural is always the healthiest choice, not only for our selves but also for our little fury ones too. Here are some tips that might help you get started on going natural with your pet.

#1 Food is the first thing to change when going natural. As the saying goes, we are what we eat, so lets chose wisely on what we feed our pets as well as our selves.  There are some companies our there that have started to produce more wholesome and natural products. Chose organic products and avoid as much as possible synthetic chemical preservatives. Go more for the raw, frozen or dehydrated foods for a more natural and nutritious diet.

#2 Take a good look at the ingredients when buying grooming products or shampoos because nearly all of them contain harmful chemicals that can be absorbed from the skin. Go for products that use mild ingredients or even better the ones with safe herbs since are much more gentle and nourishing  to the skin.

#3 When it comes to supplements and vitamins there is a huge difference between the natural and synthetically made ones. There is no wonder that natural vitamins derived from whole foods are much easier to be absorbed from the body, while the synthetic ones are less efficient and can even be harmful for the body.

#4 A study made, showed that a wide variety of flea and tick products have caused adverse reactions in some pets. Lucky there are natural products you can use on your pet. Also a proper diet that contains B vitamin, garlic and yeast can help adverse flea and ticks.

#5 There are many treats out there that can be very harmful for your pet. The best choice you can make are freeze-dried or dehydrated meats and organs. Just make sure that they contain no additives or chemicals.

#6 The most common litters are made from clay. Clay  creates a lot of dust which can get down into her lungs causing inflammation or even asthma. The best choice is to use natural resources such as corn, wheat or walnut hulls. As long as your kitty likes it and it is easy to clean you are clear.

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