Nutrition, Supplements, Homeopathy,
Acupressure, Behavior Assistance
Call Dr. Carol Stuart at 814-944-5529
In 2007 I started the Super Paws Pet Food Co-operative to help owners buy great quality food and supplies for their pets at a reasonable cost. I also wanted to feed my own dogs top quality food not available locally. We have grown over the years and learned much about the dog food industry.
The bottom line is finding a great food for your dog isn't easy. The food that works for one dog may not work for another. Manufacturers want to sell you a food that makes them a good profit and will work for many dogs, but maybe not for your dog. The markup on certain food brands may be over $15.00 a bag from wholesale to retail. Selecting a food with healthy ingredients from trusted sources can be difficult.
I am passionate about pet nutrition and challenge the pet food companies for truthful information which I share on the Super Paws website. We support homemade diets and raw feeding too so look for the page links at Super Paws website link for more information. Please call if you need assistance. I am here for you and your pets. Call Carol 814-944-5529 Please see our website for additional information:
Health-on-Wheels offers nutrition counseling, supplements, homeopathic remedies, pet safe aromatherapy oils, therapeutic-touch, acupressure, animal mid-wife services, and behavior assistance for your pet in the comfort of your home. We also offer services to large animals, so we schedule "barn calls" to save your the inconvenience of transporting your animal to our facility. Please call if you need assistance. I am here for you and your pets. Call Carol 814-944-5529 Please see our website for additional information:
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How do I Select a Good Food for My Pet?
Yes, there may be ground up pets in your pet food. Ingredients identified as "Meat Meal" or "Animal Meal" do not need to identify what type of animal was used in the pet food. Gross but true. Courtesy of EPA.gov
Secondary Pentobarbital Poisoning of Wildlife. Courtesy U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service