your pet with a quality diet is a key element in keeping your pet healthy.
Along with diet, there is greater on focus on how herbs can improve or
help maintain a pet's health. While you don't want to rely solely on herbal
remedies there are a variety of conditions that herbs can help. Herbal
remedies can often supplement your pet's health or help treat a particular
condition. Arthritis, motion sickness, and allergies are frequently helped
with herbal remedies. Some herbs are not beneficial, however, and some
can interact negatively with medications that your pet may be taking. Including
herbs in your pet's diet should be done with your vet's approval.
Using herbs in a pet's diet is considered by many as an excellent way to add
to nutrients and ingredients that are needed but rarely found in packaged pet
foods. Herbs can be used as an extension of a good natural diet. Feeding your
pet a high quality packaged food, or using a pet food premix will help your pet
stay in good health, just as eating a good balanced diet helps keep people in
good health. Foods that contain preservatives and fillers can cause problems
for sensitive pets, and don't have any nutrition value for any pet. Herbs can
add a healthy diversity to a pet's diet to supplement its health. Adding herbs
to your pet's diet can help an ailment or bolster their diet. Again, be careful
with herbs; they are not all beneficial and some can be harmful.