It is spring already and I wanted to remind you of the meds and preventative meds your dog needs in the spring. In the past I haven’t been big on supplementing. Thousands of dollars are spent on researching what our dogs need to live a healthy, long life. Dog food is a multimillion dollar business. I have always concluded that with all the research, the premium food I feed my dogs is enough. That is until I realized the dog food industry is changing. I began to research and found out about NuVet Plus. This supplement is only available through breeders. I started requesting my clients use it for at least one year to support the immune system of their puppy. I really believe it supports the immune system, especially after the Diamond Dog Food poisoning. Many kennels lost all their dogs due to liver failure. Two kennels in Georgia were supplementing with NuVet and their dogs survived. The veterinarians confirmed the NuVet was the only difference in life and death for those dogs. I notice a difference in my dogs and recommend you use it. I feel better about giving vaccines when I know I am supporting the immune system. You receive a discount if you use my code when ordering. You can call an order in 1-800-474-7044. Your order code is # 81158 or go to the website www.nuvet.com
I am not anti-vaccinations, but there is a lot of controversy about the pros and cons of vaccines, and how they have changed over the last 10 years. I have read several books and articles about it and talked to three veterinarians. I am not ready to advise no vaccinations, but I do think as owners we need to be cautious about how often we give shots and how many that are given at the same time. I highly recommend only giving one vaccine at a time. This means if you give the rabies shot, you do not give borditella or any other vaccine that same day. Wait a month. Let the body process what it has been given. I also recommend Frontline Plus for fleas and ticks. Now is the time to begin as the ticks are out. Don’t forget to use Heart guard for heartworm prevention. Minnesota has misquotes!! I know it feels like a lot to think about, but spring is the time to prevent for ticks and heartworm. It is great to get outdoors with your dog and you want to be sure he/she is protected. Let me know if you have any questions about my recommendations. These are my opinions, and what I have found to be successful through the years.