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Alkaline Diet

The Benefits of an Alkaline Diet
By: Christina Burns

Being a first time dog owner is one of the most exciting things that I have done. As a child my family always had cats – many, but never a dog. A few years ago, I decided to add a dog to my family of two cats, and found an amazing dog that was the right addition and so began the quest of finding out all sorts of new things!

As a new dog owner, I was overwhelmed with the many options out there. I recall being at Pet Supply speaking to the store associate regarding my options and he suggested Canine Caviar. He had stated that not only is their food the only alkaline-based dog food on the market; it also is made with simple ingredients. He gave me a sample to try and off I went. As many of you know, the real test of a food is really when you bring it home to your pet. I noticed a change with my dog over the course of a week or so. In doing more research about alkaline based dog foods I found that they have many benefits from adding more oxygen in the blood, to fewer dog allergies and hot spots, aid in resisting health concerns like diabetes, however, alkaline diets that add minerals can create urinary crystals. Canine Caviar uses herbs to obtain their alkaline based diets ensuring that their food remains within the pH 7.1 to 7.4.
I have found that there are so many benefits to feeding dogs Canine Caviar and feel that it’s the best option for her overall health!

Christina lives in sunny Orange County, CA as a full-time working pet mommy. Her love of animals goes back to her childhood where she used to rescue animals big and small and bring them home to her family. Always an avid pet owner, cats specifically, she adopted her first dog in 2012 where her zest for learning and finding healthy options for her pets has become a passion of hers. She is excited to begin sharing her knowledge with a larger audience.
Her pet parent mantra: Remember pet parenthood is a privilege and an honor; try to find new ways to share new experiences with your furry family – life is short!