How To Prevent Your Dog Becoming Ill

It’s not difficult to learn how to prevent your dog becoming ill when you follow natural laws. This is not something most people automatically do, as we have been led to believe that science knows best. But is what most people believe to be science, really so?

how to prevent your dog becoming illReal science is a very worthy system of knowledge to pursue. Real science has heart. Real science doesn’t harm anyone. Real science examines aspects that may disprove its theory. Real science is open and questions everything. Real science looks at anything and everything that improves the situation, often dismissed by corporate ‘scientists’ as ‘anecdotal’ evidence.

When you have a lot of anecdotal evidence, it becomes data. It becomes science. It is impossible to ignore.

And this is exactly what the natural laws point to.

Before man came along and started interfering with everyone’s health, dogs lived healthy, happy lives. Their system of livelihood, their diet, their family structures, their hierarchical system all still work perfectly together in wild packs, enhancing the dogs instincts and abilities.

Following the natural laws means going against the ‘corporate scientists’ and that is scary for most people. But, looking around at all the canine illnesses and the shortened life span, it’s something more and more people are turning to.

One of the easiest things you can do is to feed your dog a good quality, balanced raw diet, instead of what passes for dog food in the packets and cans.

When you feed your dog a diet that is similar to their evolutionary diet, their immune system automatically takes a surge forward. Just doing that alone can prevent most ailments in most dogs, and can reverse most ailments in many dogs. The immune system is responsible for everyone’s health.

Certainly feeding a dog a healthy raw diet needs a little more time and effort and may even be slightly more expensive than some commercial dog foods. But both are well worth it in terms of improved health and longevity.

So when you want to know how to prevent your dog becoming ill, start with the diet. It’s one of the most effective, one of the fastest and one of the most economical ways to help your dog prevent any ailment, and reverse or halt most.

The next consideration should be your choice of health care. Most people go to their local mainstream vet. A truly holistic, or better still homeopathic, vet (not one who advertises as that just to lure you in) will, I suggest, give you a better run for your money.

Mainstream drugs all have their side effects. One of the most common, antibiotics, help destroy the immune system, by killing off all the beneficial bacteria in the gut. They wreak havoc in the microbiome. And it can take years for them to re-populate the gut in natural balance. In the meantime, digestive issues inevitably arise.

Yet there are many natural, including homeopathic, alternatives to antibiotics, that do no harm and are more effective.

Then there are the vaccines. I encourage you to check the ingredients of vaccines before going down that road. Check for heavy metals and cross species tissue in particular, then search for their adverse effects. Then check for the research that categorically claims that vaccines improve the health of the receiver. But check the financial backers of the studies, too, so you know who carried them out. And check how this was compared, what the placebo was.

And finally, your dog needs to live a life in keeping with their evolutionary past. They need love, a family, companionship, a hierarchy system based on dogs’ law, shelter, exercise, a lack of stress.

These three areas are key to keeping your dog healthy. Learning how to prevent your dog becoming ill can be this simple. And it really is simple. The biggest hurdle will be you, getting your head around these three basic ideas. When you do, you’ll save so much.

You can learn more about natural dog health here.

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