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Vondi’s Holistic Pet Nutrition is a registered nutritional pet food that is natural, wholesome and free of preservatives. We have a special range of food for pets with skin conditions. Vondis Holistic Pet Nutrition does not only comply with veterinary science but also human nutritional science. The results of a landmark study conducted by animal science researchers in California show that feeding a group of dogs a freshly prepared, whole food, lightly cooked, nutritionally balanced diet made from real food is scientifically shown to increase white blood cells and blood proteins that could benefit immune health. The results support what human nutritionists have been advising for decades – stay clear of heavily processed foods, and eat wholesome, balanced meals that are prepared fresh from the highest quality ingredients available, are lightly cooked, and have no preservatives. Supplementing your diet with natural remedies and supplements can be extremely beneficial. There are some amazing supplements that are anti-inflammatory, & immune boosting.
VONDIs has proudly prepared special food for pets suffering from cancer for 15 years.
“After our bulldog was diagnosed with Leukaemia, we decided to switch to an all-natural organic diet, and VONDIs were the perfect solution. They make healthy holistic food far superior to anything you can buy at pet stores/vets. They also offered to prepare specially formulated cancer packs which were mostly vegetable based with fewer grains and carbohydrates to assist with our dog’s cancer treatment.
“The results have been ASTOUNDING, our sick little bulldog has never had such a healthy appetite – he literally wolfs down this food. I wish we had found Vondis sooner, our dogs would have been far healthier and happier!” – Nathaniel Duarte
Under the direction of holistic vet Dr Barry Hindmarch, Vondis has produced custom home-prepared diets to aid in treating cancer. Essentially, it is a high meat protein, high veggie diet. Ingredients include cabbage, pumpkin, green beans, beetroot, baby marrow, butternut, sweet potatoes, broccoli, cauliflower & ostrich meat.
We must believe our bodies can deal with free radicals, viruses, and bacteria. They need our support. We must strengthen our bodies’ immunity rather than compromise or challenge it.
All boils down to correct nutrition that is whole and naturally enriched with nutrients. That said, nature does not produce vegetables and food like it once did. That is why supplementation is essential.
A high veggie, high meat protein diet is recommended when fighting cancer. The diet should also get bolstered by omega-three fish oil, cannabis oil, apple cider vinegar, and probiotics for best results.
Diabetes also is another common ailment. We should not give our pets food containing refined carbs with a high GI rating. Thus, you should eliminate kibble food. Whilst offering a common biscuit treat is always tempting, they too contain refined carbs and flours. Thus rather offer fatty biltong or a meat snack as a treat.
When treating diabetes, we must ensure to feed a diet with lots of green veggies and avoid high sugar-carb diets. In addition, one should supplement with omega-3 fish oils and lots of natural probiotics.
The fight against both these ailments is not lost, but we must be vigilant in our resolve.
“Nutrition is a serious business. The public is not well served by exclusively feeding products from companies without real commitment to health… or knowledge of how to achieve that. Recent studies have shown processed food is a factor in increasing numbers of pets suffering from cancer, arthritis, obesity, dental– and heart disease”. Dr Randy Wysong, DVM
“Every time a pet trustingly eats another bowl of high sugar pet food, they are brought that much closer to disease. Such diseases include diabetes, hypoglycemia, overweight, nervousness, cataracts, allergy and death.” Dr R.Geoffrey Broderick DVM
“During my thirty years of veterinary practice, I have often been upset by the poor condition in which I see some of my canine patients. All too often, it is due to low-quality diets that the owner honestly believes adequate. In good faith, the dog owner assumes that since the label proclaims “complete and balanced” and “premium,” their dog will automatically do great if that’s all they eat.”
“Because of ambiguous or deceptive labeling of the dog food, the owner unknowingly will feed an inadequate diet. It may be decades before the FDA requires more strict guidelines for dog food. Only then will manufacturers face consequences for misleading, ambiguous claims, including the sometimes false labeling practices that trick the purchaser.” Dr T. J. Dunn, Jr. DVM
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