Organic pet supplies

Hello my name is Sandra, I have a love for animals, and there is nothing more than having my fur babies eat just as healthy as I do. With fast pace society we dont stop to think about our fur babies diet or their health. I also do believe that if we can give our fur babies a healthier diet, and life. With all the chemicals that is put in our food, our fur babies food, cant not be good for any of us. In my opinion there is more anxiety,  cancer,  respiratory, and bone problems. If we start going organic, we can improve our fur babies health, stamina, just all around better, not only for us but most important our fur babies.

6 thoughts on “Organic pet supplies”

  1. Hi there Sandra
    I would like to start off by saying that I admire the way you speak about our pets , it shows that your passionate about them and this indicates a level of expertise not many people claim to have. I would also like to compliment the style in which you bring the message across , the content is absolutely stunning . Good job. I do have a question though . I have a pet parrot and I would like to give him more than I currently do . Do you have any advice specifically for my winged friend ? Thanx in advanced

    1. Hello Junaid,
      Thank you very much, my animals are my furry kids, I’m a firm believer in standing up for them, animals are my goal in life, weather it be their health, socialization, or even being their voice for them. It’s funny you ask that , because I have 9 parrots as well. I give my parrots fresh fruits and vegetables, their seed , the only thing I dont recommend for your phid friend is, onions, avocado, mushrooms, tomato seeds, chocolate, olives, or any pit seed, other then those I just named off he can eat everything you can eat, even hot peppers, jalapenos, red peppers, banana peppers.
      Thank you,
      Sandra

  2. I really enjoyed your article. You show much love for animals. I have a 12-year-old Labrador and she suffers from itchy skin. I have not seen any oatmeal shampoo I have tried the tee tree and other products from the pet shop but her skin still itches. Do you have any diy oatmeal shampoos I could try?

    1. Mix 1 cup of oatmeal that has been ground to powder in a food processor or blender with 1 cup of baking soda and 4 cups of warm water. 2 Tablespoons of organic coconut oil. Apply the mixture immediately to your dog and allow it to sit for 5 minutes before rinsing thoroughly.

    2. Mix 1 cup of oatmeal that has been ground to powder in a food processor or blender with 1 cup of baking soda and 4 cups of warm water. 2 Tablespoons of organic coconut oil. Apply the mixture immediately to your dog and allow it to sit for 5 minutes before rinsing thoroughly

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