Using TCVM (Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine) Food Therapy, you can feed treats for a reason.
Treats can be more than just a fun snack!
Did you know that you can use treats to improve your pet's health?
In TCVM, the Five-Element Theory explains the relationship between the five naturally occurring elements in the environment.
In Eastern veterinary medicine, the heart is considered the most important organ of the body. It rules the entire body and the body is built to protect the heart. Another vital and important function of the heart is the heart’s responsibility for controlling the Shen. The Shen is the “spirit” or the “mind.”
In the video below, PET | TAO co-founder and TCVM veterinarian Dr. Marc Smith explains how beef heart treats help pets.
Restore Heart Energy With Beef Heart Treats
Feed a definitive treat to support heart deficiencies.
Feed a distinct organ meat for a unique deficiency.
Feed a treat with specific energetic qualities.
Indications for feeding Beef Heart Treats:
PET | TAO's Harmony
Help your pet live a long, healthy, and balanced by choosing the right food!
Feed your pet a nutritious and balanced diet using TCVM Eastern Food Therapy.
Feed with this philosophy and your choices become accurate and effective.
Beef Heart Treats are an excellent source of:
Protein with very little fat - building and repairing tissue
Niacin - lowering high cholesterol
B Vitamins - producing brain chemicals that affect mood and other brain functions
Phosphorous - maintaining acid-base balance in the body
Beef Heart Treats aid:
How do Beef Heart Treats help?
Within the 5 Element theory, the heart represents fire.
The qualities of fire are considered to be dynamism, strength, and persistence.
The heart is also responsible for controlling the “Shen,” which is known as the “spirit” or the “mind.”
By giving your pets beef heart treats, these qualities are strengthened.
A dog gets terrible anxiety when its owner is away. He tears up the furniture and makes a mess.
Since hearts are rich in B Vitamins, feeding the beef heart treat ideally helps balance your pet’s mood and relieves their anxiety.
What do all these benefits mean for you?
Your ailing pet will begin to feel like their old self again!
All of our treats contain one ingredient only - freeze-dried beef heart - and are additive-free and hypoallergenic by nature.
Each bag contains 3 ounces of flavorful, nutritional goodness for cats and dogs.
You can give treats just for fun, or you can feed treats for a purpose!
It’s always better to feed treats for a purpose!
Feeding & Analysis
Crude Protein (min).......68%
Crude Fat (min).............6%
Crude Fiber (max).........1%
1,962 kcal/kg (calculated)
Use Beef Heart as a treat, training award or reconstitute in warm water for 3-5 minutes and use as a food topper.
For best results, feed a minimum of:
Beef heart treats are the cooked ...raw??
Thank you for your question! PET | TAO Beef Heart treats are freeze dried raw. This blog post explains how they make the treats: https://pettao.com/freeze-dried-pet-treats/.
If a cat suffers from anxiety, can swapping beef heart treats in place of a different treat be a simple way to aid in anxiety relief? I do give Shen Calmer when conditions warrant. But could something as a simple food switch help her stay on an even daily balance?
You are correct! PET | TAO veterinarians find that providing small amounts of beef heart to cats and dogs help with a number of conditions controlled by the heart in Chinese Medicine. These conditions include heartworm disease, behavioral disorders, and cardiac disorders. Giving these small; pieces of organs as treats is part of food therapy, which is one of the 5 branches of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. Food therapy works well in conjunction with other branches of Chinese Medicine, such as herbs and acupuncture. Food therapy can also be used when making changes to the diet. Usually, a cooling diet helps support cats with Yin Deficiencies. Check with your TCVM vet to see if your cat with anxiety has a Yin Deficiency. Here's a recipe: https://pettao.com/cooling-cat-food-recipe/ You may also be interested in this blog post about pheromone therapy: https://pettao.com/natural-relief-stressed-cat/
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