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Hormone-free Diet for Dogs & Cats
Monday, 14 July 2014 14:19
Hormone-free
 
If you want to take the raw diet for your dog or cat  one step further, then join the ranks of the hormone-free camp. And while I don't count myself among these practioners  - I'm okay (for now) with commercial meats like beef and chicken, I think that a hormone-free meat is definitely a better product. Actually, when I think of animals being injected with growth hormomes, I'm filled with revulsion. There's simply no way that this can be a good thing.
 
I think of all the drugs that were once thought to be safe like thalidomide and the horror stories that ensued. No doubt that a hormone-free diet for your beloved pet makes sense.
 
So if you're one of these hormone-free purists, the good news is that you can still feed your dog or cat a variety of hormone-free meats that are readily available. The following is a list of hormone-free meats that Mrs. Meadys offers:
 
  • Bison
  • Duck necks
  • Elk
  • Fish
  • Lamb products (all)
  • Organ meats
  • PEI Mussels
  • Veal products (all)

 

Yep, sounds like a good meal plan to me...
 
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Save Money with Raw Dog/Cat Food
Tuesday, 08 July 2014 14:06
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Fresh frozen dog or cat food is often less costly than the premium kibble that many vets sell or recommend. Hard to believe, but true.
 
The other day I was browsing through a pet supplies store and noticed a new variety of food for small dogs from one of the leading high-end kibble brands. The bag weighed a little over two pounds and was  smartly packaged. Then I looked at the $21.00 price. Gadzooks! I couldn't believe it - over $10 per pound! Compare this to free-range elk you can buy for $7/lb (human grade), or hormone-free veal at $5.25/lb, or free-range bison at $5/lb. And we're not even talking about the wide variety of meats, fish and veggie and fruit mixes that sell for even less.
 
Remember, that even the best premium kibble is 100% processed, chock full of additives and preservatives and it's dry. If you were presented with a similar situation for your child, that is, a lab-engineered dry food that apparently has all the right stuff in it, or a fresh variety of high-grade meats and fresh produce, what would you feed him (her)? Yeah, I think it's a no-brainer. Better yet, what if the fresh, natural food was less expensive? 
 
So what are you waiting for, feed your cat or dog the best, the freshest and the most economically feasible. It may just be the best decsion you ever made for your pet!
 
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The Benefits of Fasting Your Dog
Friday, 27 June 2014 16:00
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A dog doesn't have to eat every day. In fact, many serious raw-feeders deliberately fast their dogs once a week and there's good reason. Understand that while our pooches are domesticated pets, their digestive systems are the same as wild canines. Think about it; wolves don't catch prey daily, but when they do, they feast like there's no tomorrow. Then they will typically fast until their next kill which allows their digestive system to take a break. Sometimes these fasts last for days.
 
Digestion also depletes the body of energy. That's why body-builders eat many small meals a day, they burn off energy this way which allows them to maintain an ideal weight. When a dog or even a person fasts, it gives the body a recess from digesting and lets their system relax, repair and build up more enzymes.
 
But there are other benefits for a fast. If your dog's stomach is a little queasy, a food-break will help to settle it. Fasting is also a natural way to detoxify the body.
 
So if your dog doesn't feel like eating one day, or turns his nose at the tasty dish you served him - relax. It's just nature's way of fixing a little irregularity.
 
David on Breakfast Television
Monday, 23 June 2014 17:48
Check out David's June 12 appearance on City TV's Breakfast Television show:
 
 
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Summer menu for your pets
 
Summer has long been a time for vacations, cookouts and pool parties. Don’t forget a grab a tasty menu for your furry friends to keep them healthy this summer! Joanne talks to David Hamburg from Mrs. Meady's about snacks for dogs.
 
Top 10 Raw Food Snacks
Friday, 20 June 2014 16:27
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The beauty of giving your dog or cat a raw snack is that it's healthy, natural and tastes great. Use snack time to improve his health whether it's for cleaning his teeth, fortifying his immune system, or loosening up his digestive system. Think of snack time as an opportunity to supplement or balance your dog's diet. And don't forget to serve it frozen to prolong your pet's chewing experience.Here are some of the best snacks (in no particular order) to serve your dog or cat:
   
1. Beef Marrow Bones - Did you know that the first thing that a wolf will do when it takes down a prey is to crack open a femur bone and devour the nutrient-rich bone marrow? One thing though; cut down on your dog's regular meal when he eats marrow. It's simply too rich for him to digest. When he's done gobbling up the tasty marrow, let him grind away at the smooth, hard bone. There's a lot of bone-fortifying calcium in there and the gnawing will give his jaws a great workout.  
 
2. Bovine Cartilage - A double dose of benefits here. The chewy, rubbery cartilage will scrub his teeth clean and the glucosamines will deliver joint protection. 
 
3. Duck necks - Think about it: a smooth chewy bone wrapped in one of the highest quality meats you can give your pet. Also, duck necks tend to be smooth and free of jagged points.
 
Organ Meat for Dogs
Monday, 09 June 2014 19:54
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Here's a great article about the importance of organ meat for dogs (from Dogs Naturally Magazine) that we'd like to share with you.
 

Why Organ Meat Is Important For The Raw Fed Dog

Last week, we had to turn back an article that a veterinarian had submitted to us about raw feeding.  We turned it away for a variety of reasons but one of them was the first impression we had of the author and the content.  The article started with something to the effect of, “There is nothing more dangerous than a poorly prepared raw diet.”  While we don’t disagree that dietary imbalances can cause health issues in dogs, the fact remains that nearly 10,000 dogs were killed by contaminated kibble in 2007.  In the face of this, it’s a pretty bold statement to say that nothing is more dangerous than a poorly prepared raw diet.
 
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