Ingredients: •Raw goats milk (16 ounces) •Organic turmeric powder (1/2 tablespoon) •Cinnamon (1/4 teaspoon) •Ginger (1/4 teaspoon) •1 Blackberry in each square mashed up (omit blackberry for cats) Benefits: Helps digestion and decreases inflammation throughout the body. Cinnamon is antibacterial, anti fungal, and helps with joint inflammation. Turmeric is an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and detoxifies the body. Turmeric in larger amounts also helps with joint health (see r
For those that aren’t able to fully feed raw, this is another way to improve your dog’s kibble: add smelt or sardines! 🐟 These fish provide omega-3 fatty acids and other nutrients to your dogs kibble, which they desperately need! Your dogs dry food is depleted of omega-3’s during the high-temperature cooking process. What’s left, is an overabundance of omega-6 fatty acids. This leads to inflammation in your dogs body. Inflammation can be in the form of arthritis, obesity, IB
The Instant Pot is AMAZING for making bone broth. It takes 2-3 hours to make bone broth whereas a slow cooker takes at least 24 hours, stinking up your house the entire time. The Instant Pot does it in a fraction of the time and you don’t smell very much of it! Instructions:
1) Fill 2/3 of the pot with bones (I used pig hocks, pig feet, beef marrow bones, lamb neck bones, and cow feet)
2) Fill the pot with water 1-2 inches above the bones
3) Add 3/4 cup of Apple Cider Vin
Two words: Raw food. The top picture of Ella's coat was caused by her eating Purina dog food at the shelter for several months. She honestly looked much worse before I took this picture. We thought her skin was scarred over and that her fur would never grow back at one point.
The bottom picture is of Ella after being completely on raw food for less than 2 months! She has no more bald spots, eye discharge, diarrhea, or weight loss issues. A lot of people say "I feed my dog Pu