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PRODUCT REVIEWS
Jeannie Tomlin
PRODUCT REVIEWS

Some of our customers are so thrilled with the results that they are achieving by following a natural meat diet (whether cooked or raw)  for their pets, that they can't resist sharing their experiences and in many cases, photographs of the furry folk in question - which we welcome with open arms!   Above you can see Zuna, more of her story below.  There is nothing better than "word of mouth recommendation" - and it certainly helps if you can see other pet owners enjoying successfully feeding our meats .... here are a few happy customers :

FLORA 

You are what you eat.  Flora is proof of that.  Before she was one year old, she developed “West Highland White Skin Disease”.  Nobody seems to know the cause and there is no cure. If you look it up on the internet, be warned, some of the pictures are horrendous. 

If you, and your dog, are lucky then the disease is manageable.  For the second and third years of her life, it began to look as though we were not managing.  In spite of our lovely Vet’s best efforts and trying various old and new drugs and alternative therapies, Flora’s skin was deteriorating and she had some really nasty sores and hair loss.  She seemed to spend half her waking time scratching and was often in distress and some pain.

Then came the light bulb moment.  On our first visit to the Doggy Dermatologist (yes, really!) and after various blood tests and skin sampling, we had a long talk about Flora’s diet;  he suggested a very restricted feeding regime to see if that would make a difference.  The most important thing was to find a meat she had never tried before.  I thought that would be a daunting task as my dogs and I were familiar with the produce in the local butchers shops and supermarkets.  I went on line and I think I typed “exotic meats” into the search engine and found Wild and Natural and was really pleased to find that they offered a delivery service.

I was 100% certain that Flora had never tried Kangaroo meat and just a few days after starting her new regime, she appeared to be feeling a bit better.  After three or four weeks, we visited the Vet and she confirmed there were definitely signs of improvement in Flora’s skin.  Today, almost two years later, she is on less medication and it really seems that changing her diet is the one thing which has actually tipped the odds in Flora’s favour. 

The Kangaroo meat is delicious – I had to try it too – and Flora shows no sign of getting bored with her diet, but if she does, I think Ostrich or Venison will be the next things to try.  I am sure they will be of the same excellent quality as the other meats we have had from this Company. 

 

 

ARCHIE

Meet Archie, another of our four legged friends who has benefitted hugely from the Wild and Natural diet ...  His mum has been buying Kangaroo now for him since 2016, and when she worried that he was getting a little bored with his new diet, she rang the changes by offering him Ostrich meat - it seemed to work!

 

Courtesy of Mrs. C., from Liverpool

 

ZUNA

Zuna is a lovely example of a working German Shepherd ... she faces some very fierce competition with her owner in her working trials, and has won many accolades taking part in IPO competitions.  However, her diet needs very careful control to keep her healthy and fit, and to stop the tendency Zuna has to develop quite serious bouts of unexplained sensitivity to her diet - and her owner is adamant that feeding a raw, pure diet achieves the very best results for Zuna.

 

Courtesy of Mrs. H., of Cheshire

 

KING CHARLES II

Yes, he really is called King Charles II ...... and yes, he is a King Charles too ... a very handsome one as you can see.

His owner, Mrs. L., writes:  

This is my Cavalier King Charles Spaniel called King Charles II. He suffers from colitis and food allergies. After spending a few thousand pounds with several vets, no medication made him any better. So we went to see holistic vet Nick Thompson, who helps us to treat him naturally and with a diet overhaul. Because colitis means he is unable to digest fatty meats, he cannot eat beef or lamb and he is allergic to chicken. We have been feeding him exotic meats since he was 2 years old and he is now 8 years old. He gets on best with venison, ostrich and rabbit.    With this diet and a few holistic remedies, he hasn't had a bout of colitis in 3 and a half years.

Quite a success story!   Do you think this means we can have a Royal Warrant?!!!

 

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