OUR MAJOR NATURAL THERAPIES

Nutrition

Real food is the cornerstone of health; unprocessed, suitable for the species, fed to meet the need of the pets’ lifestyle, lifestage, gender, health and individuality.

There is no such thing as a complete and balanced diet in the one meal; body requirements change with every day, every season, every year.

A dietary plan must be simple, easily prepared, palatable and complementary to the goal of achieving your pets’ wellness.

Food is the most important of all medicines.

See our Blog on the Gut Microbiome, the healthy function of which is CRITICAL to wellbeing.

Success Stories (Kuri)

8 months old Kuri lives in Hollywood, USA. It was recommended that she be speyed at 6 months despite the misgivings of her two very caring owners. Unfortunately, Kuri became incontinent of urine shortly after the operation. She was recently also de-wormed and had a lot of worms. Owners didn’t realize they had to do this regularly as a puppy and she visits a doggy park daily. She was also given a chemical flea and tick treatment. Her diet was a combination of kibble, K9 Natural, chicken treats, blueberries, full-fat Greek yoghurt, peanut butter specifically for dogs and a huge range of multivites and supplements.

“One who understands nutrition correctly understands the beginning of healing” 
Rudolph Steiner

OUR MAJOR NATURAL THERAPIES

Nutrition

Real food is the cornerstone of health; unprocessed, suitable for the species, fed to meet the need of the pets’ lifestyle, lifestage, gender, health and individuality.

There is no such thing as a complete and balanced diet in the one meal; body requirements change with every day, every season, every year.

A dietary plan must be simple, easily prepared, palatable and complementary to the goal of achieving your pets’ wellness.

Food is the most important of all medicines.

See our Blog on the Gut Microbiome, the healthy function of which is CRITICAL to wellbeing.

Success Stories (Kuri)

8 months old Kuri lives in Hollywood, USA. It was recommended that she be speyed at 6 months despite the misgivings of her two very caring owners. Unfortunately, Kuri became incontinent of urine shortly after the operation. She was recently also de-wormed and had a lot of worms. Owners didn’t realize they had to do this regularly as a puppy and she visits a doggy park daily. She was also given a chemical flea and tick treatment. Her diet was a combination of kibble, K9 Natural, chicken treats, blueberries, full-fat Greek yoghurt, peanut butter specifically for dogs and a huge range of multivites and supplements.

“One who understands nutrition correctly understands the beginning of healing” 
Rudolph Steiner