Natural Feeding

Natural Feeding

 

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The Raw Feeding Veterinary Society (RFVS) is “a group of motivated vets and vet nurses with a common interest in raw feeding and species appropriate nutrition in dogs and cats.”

They advocate feeding a species appropriate diet alongside holistic or conventional veterinary treatment.

Read an article on ‘The True Science Behind Raw Feeding‘. 

Read the Position Statement “Bugs, Bones and Balance” from the Raw Feeding Veterinary Society

See 7 vets talking about why they advocate raw feeding

Holistic Health Modalities

Acupuncture

Animal Behvaviour

Essences for Animals

Herbal Medicine for Animals

Homeopathy for Animals

Natural Feeding for Animals

Obsalim for Animals

Zoopharmacognosy

Body Work Therapies

Body Work - General- for Animals

Bowen Technique/Therapy for Animals

Canine Massage

Chiropractic - McTimony - for Animals

Craniosacral Therapy for Animals

Hydrotherapy for Animals

Galen (Canine) Myotherapy

Masterson Method for Horses

Osteopathy for Animals

Tellington TTouch for Animals

Physiotherapy for Animals

Therapeutic Equipment

Photizo Light Therapy for Animals

SCENAR for Animals

Read our CAM4animals blogs about Raw Feeding

A sample of our blogs about raw feeding is displayed below.

Supporting a Dog with Kidney Disease

Supporting a Dog with Kidney Disease

Jack is my 15-year-old Jack Russell. He is incontinent and has kidney disease, but it’s not the end of the world. Supporting Jack has been significantly helped by integrated vet care which treats him as an individual with his own specific needs. As well as a mix of conventional and complementary treatments such as herbs, homeopathy and nutraceuticals, this individualised medicine approach has included tailoring his diet. Jack's excessive drinking and incontinence have become much reduced. We have also incorporated several tricks into making life as easy as possible for him and for us.

Seasonal Feeding: Making the Most of Fresh Ingredients

Seasonal Feeding: Making the Most of Fresh Ingredients

Nature's larder provides us with a huge variety of produce at the perfect time when it will be of most benefit to us nutritionally. With a few small changes, we can all benefit from eating seasonally which is better for us, our dogs and the environment. Canine expert Caroline Hearn of Hedgerow Hounds explains the benefits of feeding fresh seasonal produce as part of your dog's diet with some suggestions for spring, summer, autumn and wintertime.

Health Benefits of Pumpkins

Health Benefits of Pumpkins

As ghoulish faces grin from bright orange pumpkins in celebration of Halloween, we thought it would be good to highlight what to do with them once the lantern Spook Fest is over. As the Woodland Trust points out, 18 thousand tonnes of pumpkin get chucked away in the UK after Halloween each year! It would be a shame to just let them rot or be thrown in the dustbin when they can be so beneficial to the health of our dogs and for wildlife! Isobel Hunt takes a look.

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