Powerful Nutrition

Well the most disgustingly, smelly food you could probably ever feed your beloved dog is green tripe. I tell you, when you pull out a pack of this stuff your dog will think it has died and gone to heaven! They will wonder what they ever did to get this royal treatment!

Green tripe is raw, unprocessed stomach tissue from either cows or sheep. It can be purchased from butchers or companies that deal with making raw dog food, packaging and freezing it in portion-able amounts.

This amazing food has been used for many years in Europe, Australia and Russia and is only fairly new to America. Green tripe has been proven to help with all the following:

  • dog’s appearance and disposition
  • dog’s digestive disorders improve profoundly
  • coats become shiny
  • eyes become clear and bright
  • muscles get toned
  • teeth get whiter
  • endurance and stamina increases
  • stool size decreases
  • dogs live far longer
  • dogs have fewer health issues
  • dogs have fewer injuries
  • hot spots, lick granulomas and rashes have improved after eating tripe
  • older dogs become more lively and active again

Tripe has all the essential fatty acids, the amino acid taurine, other amino acids, magnesium, potassium, B-complex vitamins, vitamins A, C, D, E, fiber, and Lactobacillus acidophilus. It also contains a substantial amount of gastric enzymes and juices which are the same ones dogs need to efficiently digest and assimilate their food.Download the Ultimate Rehabilitation & Physiotherapy Guide for Dogs

Tripe is not a cure-all for everyone but many people swear by this incredible food. I feed green tripe to my dogs and have noticed an undeniable difference. To read more about how you can help your dog, check out my ebook, “The Ultimate Rehabilitation & Physiotherapy Guide for Dogs.” There is much more to say about this wonder food…


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