Saturday, September 13, 2008

A Clean Pet is A Happy, Healthy Pet

A clean animal is a beautiful animal and a healthy one. Every living organism is constantly breaking down and eliminating natural metabolic products and old cells. Each of these cells must be broken down and replaced. The body must work even harder today to counteract the heavy load of synthetic chemicals in the air, soil, water and food chain.

A buildup of toxins may not cause disease by itself, but it can make a pet more susceptible worse conditions, like; infectious disease, acute inflammation or gradual organ degeneration.

Oily or smelly secretions on the skin, ears or eyes or deposits on the teeth are signs that the body is struggling to eliminate toxins.

You can assist the hard-working organs --the skin, liver, kidneys, digestive tract and lungs-- that carry wastes out of your pets body.
~ Daily exercise stimulates waste removal through improved metabolism and circulation.
~ Regular grooming not only removes dirt and secretions, but stimulates the skin's natural elimination.
~ Frequent brushing and combing stimulate hair and skin health, bringing normal secretions from oil glands onto the skin and discouraging fleas.
~ Bathing removes dirt buildup, plant debris, and contaminants. Bathing is one of the safest and most effective ways to control fleas, which are killed by the soap and water.

Remember that a good quality natural pet food will improve your pets health!