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Meat Jerky

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CBD

According to scientists, cannabinoids interact with the endocannabinoid receptors located in the central and peripheral nervous systems. These systems maintain balance in the body creating a normal healthy state. Although it is not scientifically proven, many dog owners have found CBD to benefit with pain (specifically neuropathic pain), anxiety, helping to control seizures, and has possible anti-cancer benefits. Prime Sunshine is my provider of choice for several reasons; the owner is a local businesswoman, they use CO2 extraction process, it is 100% natural, they use no additives, and the CBD is lab tested.

Bone Broth

Bone Broth is a natural supplement for ligaments, tendons, and bones. A natural glucosamine replacement that can bypass digestion and go directly to the joints. My Bone Broth, both Lamb and Beef, is made from local grass-fed livestock. I boil down knuckle bones, remove the fat, and freeze the gelatin in small baby food trays. Thaw in the refrigerator to use over a three-day period.

Raw Meaty Bones

Feeding your dog raw meaty bones will remove plaque and strengthen gums. Raw bones have a natural occurring enzyme which softens the plaque, which will chip off during the chewing process. Of course, a dog with a bone is just good fun but is also good for distracting a dog when humans need a break! My raw meaty bones are from local farmers, grass fed, GMO free. Introduce raw bones slowly, especially if your dog is not on a raw diet already. I give my dogs a bone several times a week. I allow them to chew in their crates or designated area that I can clean up easily. After about 20 minutes I freeze the bone and regift. I only do that a few times and then start with a fresh bone.

Honey

Raw Honey has many health benefits for dogs; Vitamins C, A, and Beta Carotene to name a few. Honey also has antibacterial/antimicrobial properties. If your dog suffers external allergies, adding small doses of local raw honey as a supplement could help prevent or reduce full-blown attacks when the season hits. Local is the key. My source is Rick Cousins, author of the book The Urban Beekeeper, located on Sharon Lane in Charlotte. As a Canine Nutritionists and manufacturer of local raw dog food my objective has always been to keep carbohydrates to a minimum. In the case of allergies, the benefits of raw honey outweigh the negative results of a few carbohydrates added to a natural low carbohydrate diet