How To Keep Your Cat Healthy Naturally
Your pet is a key member of your family and thus it's important to ensure their health is looked after. The main things to consider include:
- making sure he or she lives a long healthy life
- reducing the risk of premature death
- prevent the development of chronic diseases
- minimising grooming and vet expenses
The Big Problem - a nation of unhealthy cats and dogs
Despite advances in medicine, there are more serious diseases in pets at younger ages and more illnesses relating to the breakdown of immune systems.
The leading causes of death in cats and dogs are:
2. Heart Disease
3. Kidney Disease
Are Your Pet Care Products Safe?
Some shampoos, deodorisers, disinfectants and flea collars can place your pets in continual contact with harmful chemicals. When your pets inhale toxic fumes, the poisons go directly into the bloodstream and can quickly travel to organs like the bran, heart, liver and kidneys.
What Pet Owners Can Do?
It's quite easy actually. Avoid using products that contain harsh chemicals such as:
- Sodium Laurel Sulphate
- Propylene Glycol
- Insecticides/pesticides which can effect the nervous system
These are commonly found in pet grooming products and everyday cleaning products in our homes. Looking on the label when you're at the pet store or supermarket and making sure what you're buying doesn't contain any of the above ingredients will go a long way in helping the health of your animal (as well as your own health).
If you don't have time to trawl through the shelves or are confused by labelling, buying from a saftey-conscious company will ensure you aren't putting your pet in harms way.
Modere provides safe alternatives for:
-cleaning/washing your animal
-helping with skin irritations and allergies
-pet dental care
-bathing cuts and abscesses
-addressing ear problems
-helping with circulation and heart health
-gut health and nutritional intake
-improving your pet's immune system
-increasing joint mobility and reducing arthritis
To find out more about naturally improving your animal's health, watch the below video.
And to find out more about these healthy alternatives visit Modere.