How to Solve Your Dog’s Health Issues Naturally

Many people who turn to raw diets do so because they’ve had a dog with a health challenge. So, I wanted to give you the quick and dirty guide to how to solve your dog’s health issues naturally.

The Immune System

70–80% of your dog’s immune system is in their gut. The immune system is made up of bacteria and mucous membranes (the mucosal immune system). As you know, the immune system is vital to protecting the body, which it does by creating a barrier against bacteria and viruses. If they succeed in getting past that barrier, the healthy immune system detects that and destroys them before they start to reproduce. And, if they do end up reproducing, the immune system will keep fighting them until they’re destroyed.

It’s important to keep the immune system as strong and healthy as possible. If your dog has been fed a conventional diet, been given antibiotics, steroids, or many other conventional medications, or been exposed to toxins (including OTC flea and tick medications), their immune system has been compromised.

To get them back to true vitality, you have to strengthen their immune system. There are several steps to doing this:

And that, my friends, is it in a nutshell. Not so hard, when you get right down to it. And the rewards, for you and your dog, are unbelievably amazing.




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