Wellness Inspiration Centre 

We have collected and shared information relating to these important aspects of animal wellness. We are veterinarians and share information based on medical evidence. We strive to provide medically up-to-date peer reviewed content where it is available. Please not to hesitate to contact us if you would like further clarification, direction or references. 

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Nutrition 

Its been used many times before (for good reason) but just in case you are not aware of this,

Hippocrates, one of the most outstanding figures in the history of medicine, quoted

“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” 

Nutrition helps to prevent disease, and inappropriate nutrition leads to disease. 

We are currently consulting nutritionists and evidence based medicine to bring you clear, progressive information on how best to feed your pets. This is a huge area whereby you can dramatically improve your pets health. We take nutrition very seriously. So it not until we are completely happy with our information that we will be launching our complete guide so please be patient. 

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Behavioural Enrichment

Exercise is very important but so is stimulating the mind of your pet. 

Having a pet is a huge responsibility because they are dependent on you. They rely on us to create wonderful and safe environments for them to develop and thrive. They will be grateful and they will show their appreciate with a purr or a tail wag. 

We do not give animals enough credit. Yes, they have not managed to develop apps or play chess but they are deeply intelligent.

Dogs can smell when people are experiencing low blood sugar and alert them before they become dangerously ill, Elephants dig up clay from river beds to rid themselves of gastrointestinal parasites

Bees can communicate where to find pollen kilometres away by interpretive dance

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Dental Hygiene 

Here are some important insights into dental hygiene: 

  • The wolf in the wild lives to be 6-8 years of age. Domestic Dogs are now living a lot longer. 
  • African Wild Cats live to be 7-10 years of age. 
  • Even consuming a completely biologically-appropriate diet, these animals will get dental calculus (tartar), dental fractures, tooth aches causing inability to eat and early onset organ failure.
  • Tartar are billions of bad bacteria colonising the teeth and gums 
  • Inflamed gums provide an access point for these bacteria to enter the bloodstream.
  • Dental disease is linked to Heart and Kidney Disease in both Humans and Animals.  . 
  • We believe animals fed high carbohydrate diets containing sugar have accelerated periodontal disease