Have you heard that Millennials treat their pets like a trial to when they have kids of their own? Well, I’m not a Millennial and I’ve always treated my pets as part of the family. I don’t see where they are doing things differently.
Treating your pets like they were part of your family isn’t new. In fact, I remember my mom cooking for our dogs, even though we could afford dog food. She said she didn’t like to feed them all those conservatives and preservatives. She didn’t feed us that why would she feed the dogs differently? She was way ahead of her time. The only time we took the dogs to the vet was for their shots and in case some emergency came up, and they lived a long, healthy life for as long as a dog should live.
That need to keep my supplements organic and all-natural definitely comes from watching how my mom behaved. Unless it was something serious that only a doctor could help, I always cured my ailments with homemade remedies and prevented them with a healthy diet. And the same goes for my two dogs.
Connor and Rosie get the same treatment my mother would have given them: homemade meals and all-organic organic Chaga powder dog treats. Well, my mom wouldn’t know what wild Chaga mushroom is or its benefits on dogs, but if she did she would definitely approve them.
I think the organic Chaga benefits are clear just by looking at my dogs. Their immune system is stronger than any of the other dogs I know and I’ve been trying to convince some dog owners from around the block to try the Chaga treats on theirs. The dogs won’t even notice the different taste because it’s so mild and I know how they can be picky.