For the past few months, I have been experimenting with Shiva’s diet in an effort to find something with the right balance of nutrition for her active lifestyle . It doesn’t matter at all to me how much she weighs or what size she is as long as I know she is healthy.
It has been difficult trying to sort through all the information, though I am impressed by how many different options are out there. Luckily Shiva has guts of steel and a willingness to imbibe anything I put in front of her. It makes playing around with varieties much easier and less stressful.
One of the things I didn’t realize before I started this quest was the large amount of supplements there are for dogs. I have long been curious about the efficacy of vitamins and detoxifying tablets for humans and when I discovered health food companies have branched out to include pet products, my curiosity strengthened. Like a true dog lover, my own health is not nearly so interesting to me as my dog’s.
Even with all the reading I have done, I remain unsure. Is there such a thing as a “super food”? Do things like antioxidants really increase one’s health?
According to the website, Reju-A-Wafers are a supplement for dogs and cats that contain Sun Chlorella and Sun Eleuthero, a whole good green algae. These ingredients are said to be “super foods” that help purify pets of dangerous toxins and chemicals. The beta-carotene enhances health and helps improve the appearance and overall health and well-being of your pets.
It sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? Have you ever tried supplements like these before? Have you found them effective?
If you would like to try something like this to see if it helps your pet, I have some good news. Sun Chlorella USA has offered to give a month’s supply to one lucky reader!
All you have to do to win is leave a comment on this post by Sunday, April 15th. It’s that simple. I’ll perform a random draw and announce the winner next Monday.