How to Boost your Dog's Health by 50% (Powerful Case Study)
Do you want to boost your pet's health? Of course, you do.
Whether you consider your dog your fur child or not, dogs and humans have more in common than you think.
Here is the deal, approximately 75% of our genetic makeup is shared, and our nutritional needs are comparable. 1
Given our similar dietary needs, why would we give our dogs processed with harmful ingredients when it’s something we avoid ourselves?
The minimum nutritional standards for a “complete and balanced” dog food can contain pesticide contaminated corn, low-quality meat, and mill floor grains – a mixture that provides poor nutrition density, limited variety and hinders your puppy’s livelihood and lifespan. 2
The list of side effects and potential dangers is a long one, including chronic degenerative diseases, auto-immune diseases, allergies, kidney, pancreatic and liver disease, and to top it off, continuously rising cancer rates. 3
Australian Veterinarian, Dr. Ian Billinghurst, states that "if you look at the ingredient list on a can or a bag of pet food – with understanding – you will realize that what is being listed is a heap of rubbish. Definitely not the wholesome nutritious food you would want to feed to a valued member of your family."
Through the evolution of media and social media, the truth has been revealed over the last few years, as numerous scares among large commercial dog food companies have come to light.
Recent cases include issues ranging from treats causing thousands of deaths, liver failure from toxins in dog food and products being sold that contained listeria and salmonella. 4 Most recently, the FDA reported on major brands of dog food exposing pets to euthanasia drug. 5
Dr. Martin Goldstein, DVM says that "You can boost your pet's health profoundly by making one simple decision. All you have to do is change his diet from commercial-brand fare to something you may never have imagined giving him – real food. The fresh food you buy at the market for yourself is the food you should give your pet, too."
These shocking finds are part of what inspired Wag Tantrum. We wanted to provide nutrient-dense, small-batch dog food that would give owners ease of mind. Our organic wet dog food provides your dog with wholesome ingredients along with the correct amount of nutrients they need.
Our blend comes in two flavors, organic chicken, and organic beef, and both include brown rice, squash, carrots, broccoli, and added nutrients to ensure dogs get their daily balance of both protein and vitamins.
We handpicked ingredients based on extensive research that would purposefully provide key nutrients to maintain dogs’ muscles, bones, skin, coat and everything in between.
By combining the right amount of protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, and minerals into our formula, we aim to give dogs a properly balanced diet. Without these key components, dogs would not be able to perform normal activities and fight-off infections and disease. Furthermore, even feeding your dog a balanced dog food once a week can help lower your dogs' health risk.
Pets are part of the family, so we developed three types of dog food tailored to fit your pet’s dietary needs. As your dog goes through different stages of life, their needs change – just like humans!
Our Adult Wag is packed with delicious organic ground meats, fresh organic veggies and hearty brown rice – fit for active adult dogs.
The Puppy Wag (coming soon!) is a perfect formula designed for active puppies and is packed with high protein ingredients balanced with carbohydrates to fuel your puppy’s growth, nourish their body and set them up for a lifetime of healthy eating.
TheraWag is a high protein formula that requires a veterinarian prescription and we designed it special for dogs recovering from surgery or illness, where a high-protein diet is of greatest value.
Our goal at Wag Tantrum is to give dog owners ease of mind. We bring organic dog food straight to your door and free you of worrying about harmful ingredients or recalls… giving you more time for walks, cuddles and puppy kisses – not trips to the emergency clinic.