Monday, 28 June 2021

Raw Meaty Bones for Puppies

Raw Meaty Bones for Puppies

★ 3 min read

**shareable raw meaty bones for puppies chart at the end of the article**

Raw Meaty Bones are an Important, Health Supporting Dietary Component for Puppies

Puppies can start gnawing on raw meaty bones at seven weeks of age. At this age, your puppy will enjoy pulling the meat and sinew off of the meaty bone. By ten to twelve weeks of age puppies are able to start eating the raw bone too.

My eleven-week old puppy Annie’s nightly bed time snack includes a quail egg and a raw meaty bone (RMB). Tonight Annie’s having a raw chicken foot. Annie gets a rotation of various RMB for her evening snack including:
  • Chicken feet
  • Chicken neck
  • Chicken wingette
  • Duck feet
  • Duck neck
 
raw meaty bone for puppies, bedtime snack

At ten weeks of age Annie transitioned from gnawing on her RMBs, to consuming her raw meaty bones.  Further below I'll provide you with tips to help your puppy properly chew RMB.
 
 

Raw Meaty Bone Health Benefits for Puppies


Nutritional Value to Support Puppies Overall Health

Raw meaty bones are an essential part of a species appropriate diet for puppies. RMB provide vital nutrients for overall health. As an example let’s take a look at raw chicken feet. Raw chicken feet provide puppy with:
 
Animal protein and amino acids
  • Bone marrow
  • Collagen
  • Chondroitin
  • Glucosamine
  • Fiber
  • Sinew
Fat 
  • omega-3 fatty acids
  • omega-6 fatty acids
Vitamins and minerals including:
  • Vitamin A
  • B2 (riboflavin)
  • B9 (folate)
  • B12
  • Choline
  • Calcium
  • Glucosamine
  • Iron
  • Magnesium
  • Phosphorus
  • Potassium
  • Selenium
  • Zinc

The major component of protein in chicken feet comes from collagen (70%). Collagen is a fibrous protein that holds your puppy’s body together. Your puppy’s body uses collagen to support:
  • Blood health
  • Bone health
  • Brain health
  • Gut health
  • Muscle and joint health
  • Skin health.
 
Bone and Joint Health Support for your Growing Puppy
 
Poultry feet and necks are an excellent source of collagen, glucosamine and chondroitin. Include these raw meaty bones in your pup’s diet to support:
  • Musculoskeletal growth
  • Long-term health of puppy’s bones, joints and ligaments

Soothe Puppies' Teething Discomfort
 
When your puppy’s adult teeth begin to emerge puppy’s gums can be very uncomfortable. Gnawing on a raw meaty bone will help relieve puppy’s discomfort.

 
Nature’s Toothbrush for Puppies
 
You’ll also be helping puppy get a good start on long-term oral health. Raw meaty bones are also called “nature’s toothbrush”. A raw meaty bone daily or three to four times a week helps to keep teeth scrubbed clean naturally.

 

Appropriate Raw Meaty Bones for Puppies

 
Editable Bones Suitable for Puppies:
 

Poultry Raw Meaty Bones

 
Poultry feet
  • Chicken
  • Cornish hen
  • Duck
  • Guinea fowl
 
Poultry Leg (drumstick)
  • Chicken
  • Cornish hen
  • Duck 
  • Guinea Fowl
 
Poultry neck
  • Chicken
  • Cornish hen
  • Duck 
  • Guinea fowl

Poultry *Wings
  • Chicken
  • Cornish hen
  • Duck 
  • Guinea fowl
    *Wings: wing tip, wingette (middle section of the wing), drumette (large section of the wing)
 
Poultry Whole or Part Carcass
  • Chicken
  • Cornish Hen
  • Quail


Small Pray Raw Meaty Bones

 
Feet
  • Rabbit
 
Leg
  • Rabbit
 
Whole or Part Carcass 
  • Cavie
  • Rabbit
 

Ruminant, Cloven Hoof Raw Meaty Bones

 
Ribs
  • Goat
  • Lamb
  • Pig
  • Wild Boar
 
 
Duck Feet v.s. Chicken Feet
 
Duck feet are denser than chicken feet, and can be a little more difficult for a puppy to properly chew. 
 
Here’s a tip to help your puppy:
  • Use a pair of poultry sheers to make a few clean, horizontal cuts along the length of the duck foot. 
  • This makes it easier for a ten to twelve week old puppy to properly chew the duck foot bone.
  • See the photo just below.
 
raw meaty bones for puppies, duck foot
 
 

Tips to Enrich Puppies Diet

  • Very young puppies will only be able to gnaw the meat off the raw meaty bones, but don't throw away the gnawed-on bone.
  • Allow puppy to pull most of the meat and sinew off of the bone. Then take the bone away from puppy. Save the gnawed on bone by placing it in the freezer. When you've collected enough gnawed on bones use them to make bone broth or bone broth gelatin for puppy. See the recipes just below.
  • Bone broth recipe.
  • Bone broth gelatin recipe.

Safety Tips for Giving Raw Meaty Bones to Puppies


Rib Bones
 
When giving your puppy raw meaty ribs always give 2 to 4 ribs attached together. Single ribs are a choking hazard. If your puppy is young, allow your pup to chew the meat off of the rib bone, then take the bone away. You can use the bone to make bone broth or bone broth gelatin. Once your puppy is a little older pup will be able to consume the whole rib bone.
 

Teach Puppy to Chew RMB
 
To teach your puppy to properly chew raw meaty bones:
  • Hold one end of the RMB firmly with your hand or with a pair of plastic pliers.
  • If your pup is an aggressive chewer using plastic pliers is a must to help teach puppy to slow down, relax and chew.
 In the photo below, I'm holding a duck foot for Willoughby (my older puppy), while Annie (my younger puppy) waits for her duck foot.

raw meaty bones for puppies, teach your puppy to chew properly

 
Always Supervise
 
Always be present when your pup is chewing raw meaty bones. This is a safety precaution that applies to feeding RMB to puppies and adult dogs.
 

Shareable Raw Meaty Bones for Puppies Chart

 
Raw meaty bones for puppies chart

 
 
 
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Thursday, 3 June 2021

Homemade Short Cooked Broth Recipe for Dogs and Cats

 

Homemade short cooked broth recipe for dogs and cats

 ★ 2 min read

This homemade short cooked broth recipe is fast and simple to make. An alternative to bone broth for dogs and cats who cannot consume bone broth.

To make this short cooked broth recipe you'll need a slow cooker or non-coated stainless steel stock pot.

Ensure your time and effort results in a nutritious, health supporting broth. Use meat and bones sourced from free-range, pastured or organic pasture raised animals. Don't use factory farm sourced ingredients. 

Short Cooked Broth Recipe

Ingredients

Animal protein and bones, select from:

  • Raw meaty bones, frames or whole carcass: chicken or other poultry, small prey such as rabbit.
  • Raw meaty bones: cow, goat, sheep, venison or other ruminants, pork or wild boar.

Spring or filtered water

Herbs (herbs are optional), select from:

* Not for dogs prone to seizures. Not for Shetland sheepdogs (Shelties), flat or mooth coat Collies.

Vegetables (vegetables are optional, select from):

Preparation

Place the raw meaty bones, frame or whole carcass in your slow cooker or stock pot.

Add enough spring water or filtered water to fill the slow cooker or stock pot up to 2" (2.54 cm) to 3" (7.62 cm) below the top of the cooker or pot.

Add 1 tsp to 2 tbs of each dry or fresh herb you've selected to include (optional ingredient).

Add a stalk of celery, one or two carrots or parsnips if including in the broth (optional ingredient).

Add the mushrooms 30 minutes prior to end of cooking time (optional ingredient).

Place the stock pot on the stove top, turn on heat and simmer for 4 up to 8 hours. If using a slow cooker on the low setting cook for 10 to 12 hours.

Remove from heat. 

Allow the hot short cooked broth to cool until warm.

Skim off excess fat.

Remove all bones.

Remove the cooked mushrooms.

You can remove the veggies or leave-in. If leaving in make sure you cut the veggies up into small pieces.

You can strain the herbs or leave them in.

Leave the juniper berries in the broth.

Boost the dental and digestive benefits of your short cooked broth (optional)

  • Sprinkle a little (1/8 tsp to 1/4 tsp) of Ceylon cinnamon into the bottle before you pour the short cooked broth into the bottle. Ceylon cinnamon helps dissolve food particles and acts as a digestive aid. Find out more about Ceylon cinnamon for dogs and cats here.

Pour the broth into glass bottles and store in the refrigerator for up to 7 days.

Short Cooked Broth Serving Suggestions

X-Small Dogs and Cats:
1 tablespoon (15 ml) to 1/8 cup (60 ml), 1x to 3x per day.

Small Dogs:
1/8 cup (60 ml) to 1/4 cup (120 ml), 1x to 3x per day.

Medium Dogs:
1/4 cup (120 ml) to 1/2 cup (240 ml), 1x to 3x per day.

Large Dogs:
1/2 cup (240 ml) to 3/4 cup (300 ml), 1x to 3x per day.

X-Large Dogs:
3/4 cup (300 ml) up to 2 cups (500 ml), 1x to 3x per day.


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Sunday, 11 April 2021

Sweet Potato, Potato and Yam Are Not Good for Your Dog and Cat

Sweet potato, potato and yams are not good for dogs and cats
  ★ 3 min read

Sweet potatoes, potatoes, and yams are not good for dogs and cats. These starchy root vegetables cause a wide range of long-term health issues for dogs and cats.

 

Your dog and cat may experience immediate symptoms of hypersensitivity to starchy root vegetables. But for most dogs and cats, health issues from consuming these starchy roots, develop over time. How and when adverse effects surface depends on your dog and cat’s overall circumstances.

 

Sweet potato and yam are not better than potato for your dog and cat. Dogs and cats can consume high glycemic index, and glycemic load foods such as sweet potatoes, yams and potatoes. But dogs and cats do not thrive on these foods.

 

Many pet guardians are aware that potato is not a good choice for their pet. But sweet potato and yam are still popular.

 

Why?

 

There's a misconception that sweet potato and yam are lower glycemic foods than potato. This misconception is harming dogs and cats. To set the record straight and resolve this harmful misconception, we need to talk about glycemic index and glycemic load.

 

Glycemic Index

 

The glycemic index (GI) measures the blood-glucose rating of carbohydrate content foods. Pure glucose is the baseline to compare how other foods effect blood-glucose level.

 

High GI foods cause a rapid spike in blood glucose followed by a quick decline in blood glucose. The rapid spike in blood glucose forces the pancreas to increase insulin secretion.

- Increased demand to produce insulin burdens the pancreas.

- High GI food doesn’t provide sustainable energy.

- The short-term effect is hunger and poor energy levels.

- The long-term effect is a heightened risk of inflammatory issues and disease.

 

Low GI foods don't place a heavy burden on the pancreas. As well, low GI foods help the body sustain energy levels. Let's see how sweet potato, potato and yam compare on the glycemic index.

 

Sweet potato

Baked for 45 minutes -  high GI

Boiled for 30 minutes - low GI

 

Potato

Baked for 45 minutes - high GI.

Boiled for 30 minutes - high GI.

 

Yam

Baked for 45 minutes - high GI.

Boiled for 35 minutes - high GI.

 

The only low GI option is a boiled sweet potato. BUT that boiled sweet potato isn’t good for your dog or cat. Why? Because glycemic load is more important than glycemic index. This is the crucial point many people aren’t aware of.

 

We need to talk about glycemic load.

 

Glycemic Load

 

Glycemic Load (GL) measures the carbohydrate in a food.

 

Potato, sweet potato and yam are high glycemic load foods. The adverse effects of these root veggies on the body are similar to:

Grains: barley, corn, oatmeal, rice, etc.

Legumes: peanuts (and peanut butter), chick peas, lentils, navy beans, soy beans, etc.

 

High glycemic load foods cause inflammatory response in your dog and cat’s body.

 

Dogs and cats have evolved to thrive on a diet consisting of:

- Animal protein: muscle meat, organ from ie. small prey, poultry, fish and eggs, etc.

- Bone and other sources of calcium such as eggshell

- Omega fatty acids

- Appropriate plant material with a low glycemic load

 

No sweet potatoes, no yams, no potatoes. No grains. No legumes.

 

Long-term consumption of sweet potato, yams and potatoes contribute to:

Allergies

Arthritis

Cancer

Diabetes (Type 2)

Gall bladder issues

Gastrointestinal issues and disease

Heart disease (cardiovascular disease)

Immune System Disruption

Kidney issues

Liver issues

Metabolic disease

Pancreatitis

Other inflammatory issues and chronic disease

 

Appropriate Alternatives to Sweet Potato, Potato and Yam

 

Dogs benefit from antioxidants, fiber, vitamins, and minerals obatined from appropriate plant material. You’ll find a lengthy list of plant material for dogs in this article.

 

Cats are obligate carnivores. Cats don't need vegetables in their diet. A small amount of plant material (ie. herbs and nutraceutials) can be beneficial when properly selected to suit the individual cat's requirements.

 

Protect your dog and cat’s long-term health. Don’t include sweet potato, potato, or yams in your dog and cat’s diet.

 

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Friday, 9 April 2021

Diatomaceous Earth, Not a Safe Supplement for Dogs and Cats

Diatomacious earth is not a safe supplement for dogs and cats

★ 2 min read

Food grade diatomaceous earth (DE) is not a safe supplement for dogs and cats. Some dog and cat owners use DE as an anti-parasitic ingested treatment (worming aid). But DE is not a safe choice. The good news is that there are many natural foods, herbs and nutraceuticals that are safe to use.


What is Diatomaceous Earth?
Diatomaceous earth is the fossilized skeletons of tiny aquatic organisms called diatoms (plankton). DE powder is ground fossilized diatom skeletons.

How Does DE work to Kill Parasites?
DE is a desiccant. It kills parasites by removing moisture from the parasites body. The microscopic particles of DE are very **SHARP**. These sharp edges are abrasive, and cut into the parasites exoskeleton and body. The damage from the cuts results in more moisture loss which speeds the drying out process.

Diatomaceous Earth and Your Animal's Gut
Parasites cause inflammation of your dog and cat's stomach. So does DE. When your dog or cat ingests DE the sharp abrasive powder cuts and dries out the parasite's body. DE powder also causes dehydration and inflammation of your animal's gut.

Diatomaceous Earth and Your Animal's Lungs
If your dog or cat inhales DE powder while consuming her food:
- The sharp particles can cause irritation and inflammation of the lungs.
- Permanent damage of the lungs can occur.
- For animals with underlying respiratory issues the risk is even greater.

The adverse effects of DE on the respiratory system is well documented. Repeated inhalation of silica  (*silica is the primary component of DE) can accumulate in the tissue of the respiratory system: bronchi, lungs, lymph nodes and pulmonary alveoli. Long-term exposure has been linked to lung cancer, non-malignant respiratory issues and disease, and silicosis. This is well documented in humans. Consider that cats and most dogs are significantly smaller than an adult human.


DE and Mineral Displacement
Diatomaceous earth is 80% to 90% silica. Ingesting too much silica can result in displacement of essential minerals. 
 
If your animal's diet contains nutrient blocking ingredients (ie. grains, rice, peanut butter or starchy root vegetables) the risk of nutrient deficiency escalates.
 
A diet lacking in bioavailable minerals can will contribute to further nutrient deficiency.

DE and Your Dog and Cat's Heavy Metal Toxic Load
DE is composed of:
80% to 90% *silica
2% to 4% alumina
0.5% to 2% iron oxide
And a lesser amount of heavy metals, arsenic, cadmium and lead.

Arsenic, cadmium and lead are known to cause and contribute to: Acidification of the body
Poor immune system function
Inflammatory disease including cancer

Also keep in mind that an acidic body and poor immune system make the body vulnerable to parasites.
 
Don't Use DE, Use Safe Alternatives

There are many natural safe alternatives you can use instead of diatomaceous earth.

To help remedy infestations and help keep your dog and cat parasite-free:
 
Ingested Natural Parasite Prevention Aids
- Supplemental Foods to help prevent and treat flea infestations here.
- Herbal Wormers and Worming Aids to treat and prevent intestinal parasites here.

Topical Natural Parasite Prevention Aids
- Rosemary Flea Spray Recipe here.
- Natural, Herbal Recipes for Flea Dips, Sprays, Rubs and Rinses here

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