Proper nutrition for dogs and cats is a relatively new aspect of pet parenthood. But, after seeing the rise in diseases like bone cancer, we are finally applying the old adage, “You Are What You Eat” to our animal friends. Below you will find links to resources and tips to minimize your dog and cat’s exposure to disease triggers, by feeding a healthier diet.
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PET CANCER DIET TIPS
A healthy diet is critical for animals with cancer. According to the acclaimed dog cancer vet Dr. Demian Dressler, “cancers prefer simple carbohydrates as their main fuel source.” Avoiding these ingredients – like corn, wheat, potatoes and carrots – is critical. Dog cancer diets cost about the same as commercial food, and even dogs with food allergies can benefit. Follow these links below for details about how to fight canine cancer through better nutrition. Additional helpful canine diet information is available from Aloha Medicinals, the makers of K9 Immunity.
- Tripawds Downloads: Comprehensive Dog Cancer Survival Guide Kit
- Tripawds Downloads: Help Your Dog Fight Cancer, Now Available as e-Book
- Tripawds News: Jerry’s Diet While Fighting Osteosarcoma
- Sir Nesta’s Holistic, Grain-Free Diet and Supplements
- Bentley’s Osteosarcoma Journey and Cancer-Fighting Diet
- Tripawds News: Your Tripawd Can Live a Hoppier Life with Dr. Marty’s Advice
- Two Years and Counting: Eisen Fights Bone Cancer with Homeopathy
- Maggie’s Journey: Supplements and Diet
- Nova: Cancer Diet during Chemo therapy
- Maximutt’s Homemade Cancer Dog Diet
- One Dog Owner’s Journey to Feeding Raw
- Balanced EFAs Create Optimal Tripawd Diets
- Tasty Home Cooking for Dogs with Pegz and Chaz
- Osteosarcoma is no Match for Shiva’s Anti-Dog Cancer Diet
From the Tripawd Discussion Forums:
- No Raw Diet During Chemotherapy
- Ideas to improve cancer dog diet
- Canine dancer diet of Anatolian Shepherd Cemil
- Appetite Stimutlation tips for advanced canine cancer care
- How to Gain Weight
- High Protein Diet and Kidney Problems
- Dog food switch complicated by Piroxicam (or vice versa)
- Do large breed amputees have to loose weight for success?
CAT AND DOG DIET TIPS FOR BETTER HEALTH
Before the rise of commercial pet food in the 1960s, dogs and cats dined on table scraps. As a result, they rarely went to the vet, and lived healthier lives with less disease. Whether your dog or cat is disease-free or fighting something besides cancer, you can help improve their health through better food ingredients.
From Tripawds Blogs:
- Tripawds Nutrition Blog: Cat Nutrition Basics
- Tripawds Nutrition Blog: Grain-free vs. Low Carb: Understanding the Differences in Dry Food
- Tripawds Downloads: Spot’s Nutrition Tips Help Dogs Eat Healthier, Live Longer
- Tripawds Downloads: Healthy Pet Diet eBook Offers 245 Homemade Dog Food Recipes
- Two year cancer survivor Trouble loses weight with her Reducing Diet
- Tripawds News: What’s Really in Your Pet’s Food and Why You Need to Know
- Wyat Ray Dawg: Home Cooking is Good for My Belly (See comments for recipes)
From the Tripawd Discussion Forums:
- Healthy Homemade Dog Food Recipes
- Grain-Free Recommendations Please
- Frozen and/or Dehydrated Raw
- What do you Feed Your Other Dogs Who Don’t Have Cancer?
- Chemo Treatment and Raw Food Diet
- Bones and Raw Food (BARF) Dog diet discussion
- Hill’s Canine n/d diet and the homemade approximation
- Pre-amputation weight: a factor in decision?
- Raw Food for Pets: Great Article
- Pork meat for dogs?
- Natural Balance and Other Allergy Diet Recommendations
- GI Problems and Abdominal Discomfort