Intro to Warm and Cool Pets and Proteins

Have you ever wondered why your dog always smells bad? There could be many reasons why your dog is stinky, but sometimes the underlying issue may be related to what you feed your dog. Some dogs have strong stomachs and can eat anything without issues, but others are more sensitive. Your dog's diet plays a significant role in their everyday lives, affecting everything from their energy levels to the smell they give off.

Energetics affect all living things not just animals - humans, plants and herbs are affected just as much. Balancing a pet is a road that many people don’t think about and we’re here to shed some light on this subject. Herbs and food are not one size fits all, something may work for your friend’s dog but not for yours. All animals have their own warming and cooling ratios that work for them. A “hot” dog may show signs through inflammations, warm to the touch on feet and ears, restless or seek out cooler spots to lay down. On the opposite side, “cold” dogs have a slowed metabolism, they may seek to snuggle under blankets or warm patches of sun, their feet and ears may also be cooler to the touch. Now your dog may have some of these symptoms but this does not necessarily mean that they are imbalanced.

The goal of balancing your dog's energetics is to help equalize the oils and cells in their body, which will in turn help them stay healthy. Prolonged imbalance can create a breeding ground for diseases or compromised immune systems. Finding the right herbs or supplements combined with the appropriate food for your pets can be challenging, but talking with our staff is a great place to start. When you find the right items for your dog, you'll start to see their symptoms disappear, and you'll feel a lot better knowing that you were able to help them.



Reference: Rita Hogan, Canine Herbalist - Adored Beasts Apothecary

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