Lew Olson's newly revised edition is filled with an abundance of new topics and information. Whether you are new to home feeding or a seasoned raw feeder, have a senior dog or a new puppy, a pregnant mom or a toy breed, this book presents all the information you need to make the best nutritional decisions for your dog.

Cancer, Dogs and Supplements

B-Naturals Newsletter – June, 2009 Cancer, Dogs and Supplements By Lew Olson, PhD Natural Health While treatment options can vary for dogs with cancer, supplement recommendations remain fairly consistent for each type. The idea of supplements for cancer is primarily to support the dog’s immune system. No supplements or alternative methods can ‘cure’ cancer, but … Read more

Tick-Borne Disease in Dogs (Part II)

This month we continue with Part II of Gil Ash’s article, ‘Quiet Killers: Tick-Borne Disease in Dogs.’ Part II provides great information on Prevention, Testing and Treatment. Gil began researching tick disease when her beloved German Shepherd dog, Thunder, was diagnosed with Erhlichia risticii. She has generously shared her knowledge with others for many years in memory … Read more

Tick-Borne Disease in Dogs

In September 2003, B-Naturals featured Gil Ash’s article on Erlichia. Gil began researching tick disease when her beloed German Shepherd dog, Thunder, was dianosed with Erhlichia risticii. She has generously shared her knowledge with others for many years in memory of Thunder. B-Naturals is pleased once again to bring you another article written by Gil, … Read more

Diets for Special Health Needs

Some health conditions may call for changes in the diet for your dog. While there are many commercial prescription diets for some health conditions, you can prepare fresh food diets at home. A fresh food diet can provide a variety of foods that can be helpful in insuring the best nutrition and help keep the fussiest dog’s appetite up so he will continue eating.

Pet’s Terminal Illness

Dealing With Your Pet’s Terminal Illness By Lew Olson • August 2007 Newsletter The information contained in this newsletter should only be used as a guideline. Always make sure you have a correct diagnosis from your veterinarian before proceeding and always follow their directions and protocol. Dealing with Your Pet’s Terminal Illness Want to Feed … Read more

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