Feeding Your Dog with Actual Food is Essential for Them to Live Disease and Pain-Free. Learn Why, With Dr. Stephanie Krol
Dogs are adorable and playful. Despite all their friendliness, the truth remains that they have a wild origin. Studies have shown that modern dogs are genetically closely related to grey wolves, specifically 99% biologically identical to their ancestors. So, the obvious question is, why are we feeding them differently. I mean, biologically identical does include their digestive system. There are sadly two answers, convenience and money, matched with super marketing.
Due to their wild origin, dogs have needs beyond love and affection. Therefore, their nutritional requirements are different from ours. So, why is feeding them with the same food that humans eat an unhealthy practice? Well it only is if it’s processed food, which consequently bad for humans too, but actual unprocessed, non-gmo food is good for all animals
“Dog owners tend to feed their dogs around their convenience and not based on their dog’s health and wellness, unfortunately, and often because they do as someone else tells them and do not receive or seek out education from the correctly educated folks themselves,” Dr. Stephanie Krol stated. Dr. Stephanie is a Certified Raw Dog Food Nutrition Specialist. She is a proud owner of a Jack Russell Terrier named Winston. She confessed that she loves her dog madly and that her favorite title is being a dog owner.
Dr. Stephanie emphasized that dog owners need to educate themselves to allow their dogs to live happy and healthy lives. “The best way to show your love to your dog is by feeding them healthy and nutritious food to create health and reverse disease,” she said. It is good to know that Dr. Stephanie is here to teach dog owners how to create the proper raw diet plan to reverse disease, or maintain health in their current pups, so their dogs can stay healthy.
Raw Food, is the Best Food
Dr. Stephanie discovered that many dogs are prematurely aging because they consume overly processed, cleverly marketed commercial pet food. Add in over-vaccinating and putting unnecessary toxic chemicals on and in them just like we do for people, sadly disease states start building year after year. She found out that most of the promises made on the packages of commercialized pet food are frequently exaggerated and sometimes flat-out inaccurate and untrue. “Most commercial pet foods are made of discarded animal by-products which are no longer fit for human consumption after processing, called rendering. Some of these animal by-products can contain tumors or lots of fat that are not good for your dog’s health or humans,” she explained. Fatty adipose tissue is where people and animals store their toxins in their bodies to keep them away from their organs to preserve life, it’s simply how our biology works, and we are feeding that to our dogs in commercialized diets.
Dog owners might ask Dr. Stephanie what the best food is for their dogs? “Raw actual unprocessed food remains the healthiest food for your dog. Time and time again, science and research have proven the health benefits of raw food on dogs,” she explained.
Dr. Stephanie reminded dog owners that feeding their dogs with meals consisting of real food is a dog-friendly strategy. “It is better than anything being offered in the commercialized pet industry, but it still has ill-effects on your dog if parts are cooked or combined inappropriately. Combining plant foods with meat can cause a level of toxicity not good for your dog for a couple of reasons,” she said. She added that it could harm their dogs over time.
“The nutritional and safety properties of bones and meat diminish as you cook them. Cooking also changes the structure of the bone and devoid its nutritional content and makes it unsafe for consumption for dogs. As they get brittle, cooked bones become dangerous for your dog. That is why I never recommend serving your dog with cooked bones, only raw and size appropriate for your breed,” Dr. Stephanie noted.
Dr. Stephanie attested that switching to a proper raw diet helped Winston to be healthy again, and she saw excellent weekly progress “A simple change of your dog’s diet can make a big difference in his health, and it’s not more time consuming or more expensive if you take a little time to prepare it. The right food could optimize your dog’s health and lifespan,” she added.
Dr. Stephanie invites dog owners to learn how to restore their dog’s health through a specialized diet. “I can teach dog owners how to stop putting toxins on or in their dogs. You will learn a science-based nutrition plan that can prevent disease in your dog. A proper raw diet is vital in keeping your dog healthy,” she said.
How Raw Food Diet Saved Winston?
Dr. Stephanie described Winston as a brilliant and rambunctious dog with a great sense of humor to other dogs and people. Together, they enjoy strolling in the park, wherein they pick on people who are not paying attention to their dogs. “Winston loves to bark at them and wake them up. So have so much fun together,” she narrated.
One day, Dr. Stephanie recounted that her dog began throwing up violently. So she took Winston to the specialty veterinary clinic near her home. “The vet told me that aging is catching up with my dog. Winston had a little injury-induced fatty tumor on his right front leg. He was also having trouble seeing in the dark,” she said. However, she thought that those were just natural signs of aging. They then did an ultrasound and found nodules on the liver and that the spleen was failing and needed to be removed at the risk of death.
Dr. Stephanie sought a second opinion at a University Clinic a few hours away, as she wanted to make sure she had the best diagnostics available. The second vet also said the same thing. ” Upon ultrasound, the vet told me that Winston needed to undergo surgery, or his spleen would rupture, and she would kill him if she didn’t,” she said. They could not give me a reason why he was also currently sick, just drugs to stop symptoms. However, she contemplated that even with surgery because they said he had 3-4 months with and without surgery, and that didn’t make sense, and no one could explain that to her.
She loved her dog so much that she refused to accept the vet’s prognosis. Dr. Stephanie decided to take the matter into her own hands and vowed to make her dog healthy again. “I do not want to lose my dog, so I took the big risks and prayed I was on the right track for big rewards,” she said. She used her decades of experience in research and experimentation to discover to save her dog.
Through research, Dr. Stephanie learned the proper diet that could help Winston regain his vitality. “The simple change of diet did help my dog. But it did not happen overnight. It took some time before Winston was healthy again,” she explained. When Dr. Stephanie saw what happened to her dog, she knew that she needed to share it with the world. It was just the right thing to do! “There might be dogs around the world who are suffering. And what I have learned could help optimize their health and lifespan,” she added. Learn how to keep your dogs healthy and happy with Dr. Stephanie visiting www.wellnessandhealthnow.com.