Chinese Food Therapy for Dogs and Cats
Dr. Pink Pinkerton and I have promised this information for a long time!
How do we use this chart?
Well, if for example the pet seems to run "hot" which would be indicated by panting, seeking cool places, thirst, redness of the skin or eyes, etc, then the food choices would come from the foods that are either Cool/Cold or from the neutral category.
The reverse of that would be if for instance the pet appeared chilled, wanting to curl up in a ball, wants under the covers of bedding, or seeks to lie in the sunlight, then the food choices would come from the group of Warm/Hot foods and from the neutral category.
Not sure? Then use foods from only the neutral category.
In the future the PawHealer team will be posting many more diets and food choices.
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