Warming and Cooling

Warming and Cooling

The  ‘Hot’ dogs and ‘Cold’ dogs.

The ‘Hot’ dogs exhibit the following symptoms…

  • They seek out cool places to sleep, rest
  • They may be hot to the touch
  • They pant even when at rest
  • They suffer from allergies
  • They may have red skin and eyes
  • They may shows signs of anxiety

 Feeding the “Hot Dog”:

Here is a list of cooling proteins that will help you keep your hot dog comfortable:

  1. Duck
  2. Rabbit
  3. Turkey
  4. Whiting Fish (which we carry)

 

The ‘Cold’ dogs exhibit the following symptoms…

  • They seek out warm places to sleep, rest
  • They are relaxed and calm
  • They love blankets and snuggling; they’ll have no trouble sleeping in bed with their humans (won’t get over heated)
  • They exhibit a lack of appetite at times
  • They aren’t fans of playing in the snow

 

Feeding the “Cold Dog”:

Here is a list of warming proteins that will help you keep your cold dog comfortable:

  1. Chicken
  2. Venison
  3. Lamb

 

Here is a list of Neutral Proteins:

These are neither warming or cooling proteins:

  1. Beef
  2. Bison
  3. Tripe
  4. Pork
  5. Most Fish

Some of us have experienced allergy issues with our fur family. An improper diet can fuel those allergies. Feeding the proper protein can help ease those issues and create a better life for your four legged family. No one knows best about your pet(s) then you.

Thank you for trusting Texas Tripe with the nutritional needs for you little and not so little Fur families. We look forward to many year of growing together and learning about each and every one you and your pets. God Bless

Reference below link

Helping Allergies In Dogs With Food Energetics

http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/allergies-food-energetics/

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