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New At Holistic Pet Cuisine Pure Vita and Nutrisource Boca Raton 33487 and 33433 561-241-9151 we deliver

Top APPROVED DRY DOG FOOD By:

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A MONTHLY GUIDE TO NATURAL DOG CARE & TRAINING

 

Now available at Holistic Pet Cuisine at two locations

Holistic Pet Cuisine

1000 Clint Moore Road

Boca Raton, Florida 33487

561-241-9151

 

and

Holistic Pet Cuisine at Boca Veterinarian Clinic

22191 Powerline Rd. Boca Raton, FL 33433

 

PURE VITA

NUTRISOURCE

Available in Small Breed Puppy, Adult, Weight Management, Senior,large Breed, chicken and rice, lamb and rice  …something for every size!

 

Available in treats as well in both lines…

Natures Variety Does your dog have allergies and you want to feed them raw then try the new raw boost grain free dog food 561-241-9151 http://www.holisticpetcuisine.com

Instinct®Raw Boost™ is the first ever grain-free kibble with freeze dried raw in the same bag. It’s never been more convenient to nourish your dog with the nutrition of raw. The grain-free kibble provides high protein nutrition along with freeze dried raw pieces to give your dog a bite-sized boost of healthy raw food.

  • Grain-free, gluten-free kibble (no fillers) plus freeze dried raw
  • May help your dog maintain an ideal weight, lean muscles, proper digestion and optimal overall health
  • Freeze dried raw pieces provide natural enzymes for digestive health
  • Pure ingredients for optimal nutrient absorption
  • Omega fatty acids for healthy skin and coat
  • Complete and balanced for all life stages and all breeds

Have you treated your dog to a recreational bone for their teeth? Holistic Pet Cuisine have antibiotic hormone free bones for all types of dogs including dogs with allergies.CALL 561-241-9151

Recreational Bones

Primal Recreational Bones are 100% human-grade, antibiotic and steroid free without added hormones. Our Recreational Bones are procured from ranches in the United States.

Dogs have a set of solid molars and extremely strong jaws that enable them to crush and chew raw meaty bones such as necks, backs, wings, ribs and carcasses. Recreational bones offer an excellent method for dogs to exercise their jaws, massage their gums and clean their teeth while consuming amino and essential fatty acids that promote a superior quality of health.

Primal Pet Foods carries a full line of recreational bones for dogs to have as a treat to enhance their tooth, gum and jaw health. Primal recreational bones are NOT to be completely consumed and should always be fed under the supervision of a human being.

 

1000 CLINT MOORE ROAD

BOCA RATON , FLORIDA 33487

561-241-9151

 

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Have you tried the raw diet for your kitties. UTI’S, IBD, the benefits of raw cat food are tremedous! Holistic Pet Cuisine offers a full line of proteins for your cat’s delight! 561-241-9151

If you cat has any allergies then give the Primal Rabbit a chance and watch the results.

DOES YOUR CAT HAVE URINARY ISSUES FROM THEIR DRY FOOD THEN GIVE THEM MORE MOISTURE AND SAVE YOUR KITTIES THE  PAIN AND SUFFERING OF UTI’S!

Call us for more information!

Holistic Pet Cuisine

1000 Cllint Moore Road

Boca Raton, Florida 33487

561-241-9151

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Feline Rabbit Formula Bookmark and Share

Ingredients: Whole Rabbit, Organic Collard Greens, Organic Squash, Organic Celery, Cranberries, Blueberries, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Almonds, Sardine Oil, Taurine, Spirulina, Organic Cilantro, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Ginger, Mixed Tocopherols (Source of Vitamin E)

Feline Rabbit Formula Benefits:

Fresh rabbit for superior levels of amino and essential fatty acids.
Finely ground, fresh rabbit bones for optimum levels of calcium.
Organic produce for food-derived vitamins A,B-complex,C and D.
Sardine oil for essential omega-3 fatty acids.
Organic and unrefined nutritional supplements for digestion and circulation.
Vitamin E as an antioxidant.
Organic coconut oil for linolenic fatty acids.
Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein (min) 19%
Crude Fat (min) 3%
Crude Fiber (max) 1%
Moisture (max) 74%
Additional Product Information:
Rabbit 95% Organic Ingredients 3%
Produce 5% Organ Meat ≅10%
Supplements <1% Bone Content ≅ 10%
CA-to-P ratio 1.59:1

Did you know we offer delivery to the Deerfield Beach, Lighthouse Point and Parkland yes! area. Point

Holistic Pet Cuisine in Boca Raton carries gluten free food for you pets. 561-241-9151

Do you need to be totally free of gluten in your home? Does your dog or cat food have gluten in the ingredients? Have you wondered why your dog or cat has extreme gas? Well the problem can be in their pet food.

Holistic Pet Cuisine carries gluten free pet food in raw, canned and dry foods. Call for more information and to set up your appointment.

Gluten should not be in  your pet food. Read the ingredients please and try to support your pets diet with a healthy USDA canned , dry or raw food diet to keep their immune system healthy for their entire life.

Many of our animals are over vaccinated, dosed with monthly preventatives and the only thing that will provide health in their lives is a true diet of nutritious food.

Let us introduce you to a healthy diet for your pets.

Holistic Pet Cuisine where nutrition is key!

561-241-9151

1000 Clint Moore Road

Boca Raton, Florida 33487

http://www.holisticpetcuisine.com

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Cat Food in Boca Raton at Holistic Pet Cuisine! Canned cat food is essential. Call for your appointment 561-241-9151

Can you pronounce every ingredient on your dry cat or dog food bag?

Cats were designed to catch and kill their prey. Yes, they are currently domesticated so we need to transistion them from the outside to the inside in a healthy way.

Humans invented dry cat food as a convenience but it is important to know that kitties need a high protein , high moisture , low carb diet. Not a diet that has 10% percent moisture like a dry food diet.

Cats who eat a diet of high carbs will have weight gain. A bowl of dry food left on the floor all day will create a fat cat…and possible diabetes and kidney problems.

The other issues associated with a full diet of dry food is a possible urinary tract issue in your kitty…a dry food , high carb diet can cause alkinization of the urine and and can lead to a formation of kidney stones, bladder stones and crystals in the urine.

The most natural way of eating for a cat in the wild is a diet of moisture coming from their food source…dry food has 10% moisture so there is no surprise that urinary tract issues are on the rise.

I am not suggesting you remove the dry food from your cats diet completely but it is important to incorporate one meal of wet food into their diets which will provide moisture from their foods and not only from the water bowl.

At Holistic Pet Cuisine we encourage feeding a high quality and excellent wet food diet to your cats. If you need help finding the right food for you kitties then contact us at 561-241-9151.

Nutrition is key at Holistic Pet Cuisine and we want your pet to be the healthiest he can be for his entire life!

Holistic Pet Cuisine

1000 Clint Moore Road

Boca Raton, Florida 33487

561-241-9151

http://www.holisticpetcuisineonline.com

http://www.holisticpetcuisine.com

Chronic UTI in your cat? Are you on a dry cat food only? Let Holistic Pet Cuisine introduce you to a wet food diet for you cats. 561-241-9151

What causes struvite urolithiasis? How do I prevent them?

It is very important that your cat have a diet filled with moisture to prevent the formation of crystals.

Holistic Pet Cuisine carries a full line of complete and nutritious canned wet food.

Is your cat on dry food alone?

Dry food consists of 10% moisture no more than that and because of that your cat could very well develop or currently have the formation of crystals.

Urinary stones can be infected or sterile. The cause of infected stones usually is a urinary tract infection. Generally struvite stones are sterile.

POSSIBLE causes of sterile stones include:

Mineral composition of the diet
Moisture content of the diet
Quantity of food
Feeding schedule or lack of scheduled feedings
Concentrated urine
Retention of urine in the bladder

Call or set up an appointment for us to show you what we can do for your kitty!

Holistic Pet Cuisine where nutrition is key!

Typical signs include change in frequency of urination (ranges from increased frequency to lack of urination), urinating in unusual places, difficulty urinating, blood in the urine, and sometimes passing small stones.

Please see your vet if you have any of these issues.

Call or set up an appointment for us to show you what we can do for your kitty!

Holistic Pet Cuisine where nutrition is key!

1000 Clint Moore Road

Boca Raton, Florida 33487

561-241-9151

http://www.holisticpetcuisineonline.com

http://www.holisticpetcuisine.com

Holistic DOG Food? Are you looking for holistic all natural pet food? Holistic Pet Cuisine where nutrition is the key to the health of your dog.561-241-9151

 

What is holistic pet food and why do I need to place my pet on it?

Ask youself the following questions:

 

Does my pet food have by product, corn and wheat gluten, animal digest, and other random ingredients that you would not eat yourself.

Is holistic pet food more expensive?

How do I feed my dog a diet of holistic pet food to boost his immune system?

How do I get started?

All of these questions can be answered for you at Holistic Pet Cuisine in Boca Raton, Florida.

Set up your appointment and let’s get started.

 

Appointments are scheduled Tuesday thru Saturday 11-3 PM.

Holistic Pet Cuisine where nutrition is key!

1000 Clint Moore Road

Boca Raton, Florida 33487

561-241-9151

http://www.holsiticpetcuisine.com

http://www.holisticpetcuisineonline.com

 

Raw and Healthy Pet Food in Boca Raton! Holistic Pet Cuisine 561-241-9151

This was sent to us by Natures Variety!

See how a raw diet for your pets will assist them in boosting their immune systems and help them live a long and healthy life!

Nature’s Variety

Case Study of the raw diets

This case study was done by

Nature’s Variety

Please contact Natures Variety if you have any questions regarding any information that is associated with this case study.

http://www.naturesvariety.com

Case Study #09-01

Josie

Dates of Study:  5/23/09 – 10/23/09

Breed: German Shepherd Dog

Age: 10 months (DOB 8/08)

Gender: Female, spayed

Chief Complaint(s):

  • Chronic diarrhea and loose stools
  • Failure to gain weight (BCS of <3)

Before, May 2009

History/Diagnosis:

In February of 2009, Josie presented to her veterinarian with a low body condition score (less than 3 on a 1-9 point scale) and soft stools/chronic diarrhea (score of 2 or less; stools were scores based on a whole number scale between 1 and 5 with 1 being nearly liquid and 5 being hard and firm).  She was not gaining weight; ribs and hips prominent.  Her coat was in fair to good condition, though not glossy.

Initial blood work-up on 2/28/09 indicated a low serum B12 combined with high serum folate, suggesting that Josie had a small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) possibly due to some form of pancreatic dysfunction.   It is not uncommon for dogs with pancreatic dysfunction to have a secondary SIBO due to the low or absent pancreatic secretions in the upper small intestine.  However, her fasting Trypsin-Like Immunoreactivity test (cTLI) showed a numerically low but normal value of 6.8 ug/L (range 5.7 – 45.2 ug/L), effectively ruling out Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI).

Differential diagnosis suggested Josie most likely suffered from either primary SIBO (a form of antibiotic responsive diarrhea or ARD) or Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), both common diseases of German Shepherds, as opposed to pancreatic dysfunction such as EPI.  Bacterial overgrowth will not only damage the intestinal mucosa leading to increased intestinal permeability (i.e. leaky gut syndrome) and nutrient malabsorption, but will also produce toxins, bind cobalamin and synthesize folate.

 

Treatment:

Beginning on 4/1/09, Josie was treated with weekly B12 injections (0.8cc) and twice daily doses of tylosin (10-20 mg/kg) to control the bacterial overgrowth.  Presuming that Josie perhaps had IBD as opposed to SIBO/ARD, she was also switched to a new diet of novel proteins – daily intake of ~240 kcals (8-9 oz) of Hill’s Prescription Diet® d/d® Duck Formula canned food mixed with ~1350 kcals (4-5 dry cups) of Royal Canin Veterinary Diet® Duck and Potato Formula™ kibble.  She was fed occasional Hill’s Prescription Diet® Hypoallergenic Treats, supplemented daily with enzymes (ProZyme®) and given an occasional 1 gram packet of Purina Veterinary Diets® FortiFlora™.  Total daily caloric intake based on food amounts reported by owner was ~1550-1700 kcals.

After 6 weeks (5/8/09) on twice daily tylosin and weekly B12 injections, Josie’s stools were improving, though they were still soft (score of 2-3 on a 5 point scale).  She was still not gaining weight (BCS still less than 3).   The change to a novel protein kibble and canned diet did not appear to be working, evidence that Josie likely did not have IBD.  It was decided to stop antibiotic treatment and reduce B12 injections to bi-weekly to determine if she indeed had SIBO.

Two weeks after stopping the tylosin (5/21/09), Josie’s stools reverted back to a score of 1-2, triggering the owner to bring Josie back to the clinic.  Josie likely suffered from ARD based on the fact that after stopping tylosin treatment, stools did not improve but actually worsened.  The attending veterinarian decided to enroll Josie into the Nature’s Variety® (NV) Raw Diet Feeding Case Study, hoping that a nutritional approach would alleviate her chronic loose stools and sub-optimal weight gain.  Josie was placed on a raw diet for 153 days (about 5 months beginning on 5/23/09).

Josie was transitioned gradually over the course of four weeks to a NV raw diet, starting with about 5-10 oz of Nature’s Variety® Raw Frozen Chicken Formula.  Eventually she was consuming about 25 oz of raw diet once successfully transitioning to 100% raw (~1625 kcals/day).  Since Josie was perceived to be a finicky eater and desperately needed to gain weight, rotation feeding within the raw frozen line was recommended.  Rotation of protein sources is a feeding philosophy advocated by Nature’s Variety®.  Feeding a variety of protein sources and even food forms is thought to reduce the development of food-related intolerances and allergies, prevent boredom, and improve interest at meal time.

It became apparent to the owner that Josie preferred to eat the Beef Formula and Venison Formula and was offered those proteins more often than others.  Treats comprised of NV Freeze Dried (FD), Pizzles, and Raw Frozen Bones.  She continued with enzyme supplementation and occasional probiotic doses.  Her owner kept a daily log of raw food intake, protein source, supplements, interest in food, and stool score based on a 1-5 point scale.

 

Results:

After fully transitioning to raw (6/21/09), Josie’s appetite increased and she appeared to be interested in food once more (though at times she was finicky about which flavor she wanted to eat).  Her daily food intake was on average 25 oz per day comprised of 100% raw diet with FD and raw bones as treats on occasion.  Her estimated daily caloric intake was about ~1625 kcals.

During the 30 day transition phase, her stool improved from a score of 2 to a score of 3, increasing in firmness over time until after just 60 days it was a well-formed, normal stool (score of 4).  Stool volume was noted as being much less also (6/17/09).

After 153 days (10/23/09), the owner noted that stool volume decreased and more importantly, Josie’s chronic diarrhea had ceased such that her stool consistency improved 100% (score of 4).  Josie also gained weight – her ribs and hips were no longer prominent (BCS of 4).

After, October 2009

During the follow-up exam on day 153, the end of the case study period, the veterinarian noted that Josie’s coat had begun to shed in a normal manner.  Her weight increased approximately 16.6% over her initial pre-raw feeding exam weight (total gain of 9 lbs).  Josie weighed 63 lbs, closer to the ideal weight of a mature German Shepherd dog of 77-84 lbs.

 

Conclusions:

This case study documents the successful holistic treatment of an EPI-like condition concomitant with suspected bacterial overgrowth (SIBO/ARD) and nutrient malabsorption using simple dietary intervention without resorting to pharmaceutical modalities.   After 153 days of feeding NV Raw Frozen Diet, the underweight diarrheic patient was able to gain weight and pass normal stools.  Despite being a finicky eater, the veterinarian commented that feeding a raw diet was a highly successful treatment option for treating a suspected case of SIBO/ARD.

The data shows that chronic disease such as SIBO/ARD commonly treated with long-term antibiotic administration can be managed successfully using diet alone.   When a complete and balanced raw diet based on the type of foods likely consumed by wild, ancestral canines (raw meat, bones, organs, and whole fruits and vegetables) is fed to our modern pets, it is an effective and viable treatment modality for certain conditions when compared to conventional therapies.  Further, this study suggests that when dogs are fed foods complementary to the ancestral origins of their digestive physiology, the body more effectively extracts the nutrients from the food, restoring intestinal balance and whole body health.

Interestingly, this study demonstrates that a raw diet, often misinterpreted as potentially harboring enteric pathogens, can successfully manage and alleviate the symptoms of a disease considered traditionally to be caused by the overgrowth of enteric pathogens.  Raw diets are not the cause of bacterial overgrowth as if often presumed and may in fact represent a non-pharmaceutical treatment option.  Clearly, raw diets are a less invasive and less expensive therapy when compared to the cost of purchasing antibiotics and all the potential drug related side-effects including stress to the patient and client.

This case study was completed by Natures Variety and not by Holistic Pet Cuisine and Market.

If you have any questions please contact

http://www.naturesvariety.com.

We sell a large selection of Natures Variety raw dog food in Boca Raton, Florida. Come in and let us help you find the proper diet for your cat or dog.

Come into Holistic Pet Cuisine and feel free to ask us questions that might concern you regarding raw dog and cat food. We offer the largest selection of healthy and nutritious raw diets for dogs and cats in Boca Raton, Florida and the Palm Beach Counties.

Where nutrition is key!

Holistic Pet Cuisine

1000 Clint Moore Road

Boca Raton, Florida 33487

561-241-9151

http://www.holisticpetcuisineonline.com

http://www.holisticpetcuisine.com