Natural Pet Care Challenge

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Love your pet? Want the best for them? Consider natural pet care. Making more natural choices in my life is a priority. The choices we make in our lives effect not only how we feel but our impact on our planet. When we make choices for our children and our pets, our choices impact their lives as well. I know, there is only so much you can do. You’re trying to deal with the house, the kids, a job and your husband all the while juggling the rest of your responsibilities. It’s not easy and there are only so many hours in the day. I get that.

Natural pet care challenge

Natural Pet Care Challenge

I’m asking you to take a natural pet care challenge with me. Wait, before you start thinking that you just don’t have time, read a little bit further. You don’t need to make a huge change, although you can if you want to.  Take just a minute today or the next time you shop for pet supplies and think about natural pet care.

Look at the ingredients on the package of pet food or treats you normally buy.  Do you know what the ingredients are? Are they healthy ingredients for your pet?  Could you buy a higher quality pet food with more natural ingredients that would help your pet feel better, lose weight or have a glossier coat?

Natural pet care challenge

If you have a fussy pet and cannot easily change their food, can you change their treats to something that is more natural? Could you add a natural supplement or a vitamin to their diet to aid in digestion or health? I know I take vitamins and supplements to stay healthy.  This is an easy change to make that can really help improve your pet’s health.

If your pet is given enough low quality food, over time it will impact their health. Just like we don’t want to live on lower quality food (think boxed macaroni and cheese and TV dinners), it’s not good for our pets either. Pets are a part of the family and deserve the same quality products and quality of life as everyone else.

Natural Pet Care Challenge

Only Natural Pet products meet a rigorous set of ingredient standards that keep out chemicals, pesticides, preservatives, allergens, and anything artificial (flavors, colors, sweeteners, etc.). Only Natural Pet uses fresh meats, fresh fruits and veggies, free range and cage-free meats and no added antibiotics or hormones. The Only Natural Pet product line is available on Pet360.com. Visit them today to learn more and take a natural pet care challenge with me.

 

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About Ellen Christian

Ellen is a busy mom of two teenagers who left the corporate world in 2008 to focus on a more eco-friendly life. She lives in rural Vermont where she juggles family, two blogs and a career in social media.

Comments

  1. I’m all for natural foods and agree that pets are a vital part of the family! Why not treat them as well as possible.

  2. Not many people I know look at the labels, and they need to! This post is a great reminder, I’ll be sharing with them, thanks!!

  3. Aw, your kitties are beautiful!! I need to start looking into more natural pet products. We have so many pets that I end up buying what is on sale or just what they all like, and don’t really look at the ingredients. Naughty me!

  4. We do not have any pets, our cat passed away 6 years ago. I haven;t heard of this brand before – it sounds great! A healthier option that the other brands on the market with all the fillers. 

  5. Aw, Ellen, your cats are so sweet! And so photogenic. Makes me want to go ruffle Harold’s fur, wherever he is sleeping at the moment.

  6. This is a great challenge and I hope all pet owners take it! I don’t own any pets but, if I did I would want them to have the best.

  7. Such cute cats! We have been working more at making sure our pet products are more natural. We see a difference in not only their appearance but also their behavior. And it is a positive change when we use natural products. 

  8. If we had pets in the house, I’d definitely be looking for natural products to feed them.  So important to not cause disease through poor food choices whether it’s a pet or yourself.

  9. I can definitely tell a huge difference when we feed our dogs high quality food. I started looking at the labels on pet food (even though they can be confusing!) to make sure we weren’t getting fillers. 

  10. We try to get the best and healthiest for our kids. Our pets are family, too.

  11. ahhh your cats are so cute! Our cat is our baby and we spoil her rotten. We just changed up her food and she is loving it. 

  12. I always look for natural food for my babies…thanks for sharing, my pets are family… :-)

  13. We try to give our pets the best food possible! One of them has allergies to different foods so we definitely give her natural products like this brand!

  14. Something I am going to have to consider, thanks!

  15. Your cats are beautiful!  I definitely need to switch my cats over to natural cat treats.

  16. It is sad what is put into so many of the conventional pet foods. Most people don’t ever stop to think about it.

  17. We didn’t start getting healthier foods for our dogs until they were older. Wish we had taken those steps when they wee little, too. Makes all the difference in everything from their fur to their stool!

  18. I love this article, thank you for sharing. How important it is to treat our furry friends well!

  19. It’s amazing at what some of the pet products contain. It’s great to know that there are all-natural options available.

  20. We don’t have pets now but back home their diet was 100% natural and why not? We strive to eat healthier so why not extend the same to our 4 legged family members too?

  21. I have always been very careful about what I feed my pets! Im sure your cats appreciate it!

  22. We don’t have any furry pets at the moment (just a couple of fish).  But I’ll definitely pass this info along to my in-laws, who do!

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