Is Fish Safe for Our Pets?

 
If you feed Cats & Dogs fish – Salmon,Tuna or Mackerel or Sardines – Be Aware – wild sources are contaminated with drugs and other pollutants.
There are ways to mitigate some of the effects. Use up to a teasp. of Sunflower Lecithin in every fish meal to help remove damaging chemicals from the body. Icelandic Kelp, Organic Apple Pectin and Bentonite Clay is also helpful.
Remember, most processed products use ‘meal’ from many sources of fish & fowl.
Consumers have no control over how this meal is formulated or verified for safety.
By feeding your animals Real Food, you can monitor their reactions better and judge what effects each type of food is having on your pet.
Never used Farmed Fish like Tilapia.
“Research from the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future revealed the gory details of disease-ridden fish farms in Asia, where pig and chicken feces serve as a cheaper alternative to standard fish food. While the FDA vehemently denied any of these goings-on, the Johns Hopkins investigation revealed only 2 percent of imported seafood to the United States is actually tested for contamination. Experts worry that the large amounts of antibiotics given to the fish to ward off infections may give rise to antibiotic-resistant strains of salmonella.” via Eat This Not That Newsletter
This is a very worrisome result of our civilzation with no solution in sight.

Blue Buffalo Dog Food Recall

Blue Buffalo has announced a voluntary recall of one lot of BLUE Wilderness Rocky Mountain Recipe Red Meat Dinner Wet Food for Adult #Dogs due to possible elevated levels of beef thyroid hormones.
Not only is this an issue for our dogs and cats, but what about us – consuming meat that is so tainted?
Poor Farm animals have the most terrible life – how can we think that eating misery is healthy in any way?
Learn to make Real Food for your pets – it’s safer.
Sharing is Caring.

Celebrating the Holidays – Animal Gab Radio

Celebrating the Holidays on Animal Gab Radio!

Pet Companion Aza Cody w guests Cati Foss, Cee Joppe and Jacque Pressely.

Tips on helping your critters cope with crowds, over eating and the noise of holiday gatherings.

Enjoy!

Happy Birthday to my Boy Blackwolf Cody.

You were the Best of the two of us.

Ever Missed.

Love,

your Mom

 

Healing Power of Animals : Talk w/ a Tail

Animal Gab Radio host interviews LuRain Penny on her experiences with pets ability to heal their people.

We all know they give us emotional well being – can they even have an impact on our physical health too?

This video is part of a new series of Animal Gab Radio vlogs and podclips up coming.

To hear the full radio programs – visit our page at coastradio.org

Thanks!

AGR

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