We would like to introduce you to Pet Nutrition Systems. We are an innovative, green, pet nutrition service company that specializes in combining bio-nutritional science, zoology and the culinary arts. We offer three programs that will add immediate value to your pets overall health and wellness. The greatest benefit to you and what sets us apart from the rest is that we are a nutrition service provider. We do not limit you to a few generic formulations that are supposed to work for all dogs nor do we employ only one type of food preparation. We can create a healthy diet plan with foods that work with your lifestyle, and best meet your pet companion’s unique nutritional needs. We customize diets to address each pet’s individual nutritional need. Individualized diet plans that are scientifically formulated to heal, grow, and nourish will improve your pets health and extend their life span.
PET NUTRITIONAL HEALTH The most noted Studies regarding “nutrient – cell & gene interactions” have proved very valuable in teaching us how to meet our pets nutritional requirements. These studies also show us how each nutrient work and how they affect cells and genes. Internationally known veterinary nutritionists have been practicing these fundamentals of canine nutrition for over 25 years. The satisfying of these nutrient-cell & gene interactions is needed to obtain and maintain optimum health for any breed or mixture of breed. The results of these studies combined years of clinical experience have helped treat pet companions whom are not responding well to allopathic medical intervention or are not thriving on a “one formula fit all breeds” diet. Pet Nutrition Systems understands that the nutrient-cell/gene interactions are so precise that if the nutrients aren’t supplied in the precise quantity, by the correct source and in the exact concentration the gene systems will not be activated. This means the gene systems involved in health maintenance, disease prevention and cellular rejuvenation are turned on by the correct amount of nutrients and turned off by the lack of enough nutrients. It is a precise science!
Processed kibble, canned food and “one diet fits all” raw formulations or diets cannot and do not deliver all the nutrients in the right combinations for the unique individual requirements of your pet. The sources of these nutrients are as important as their bioavailability and the concentration they are delivered. A great ingredient list and the cleanest USDA approved factory mean nothing without the correct formulation for your individual breed of pet. Without the correct formulation your pet(s) become vulnerable to allergies, immune deficiency illness or disease and a shortened life span.
CREATING THE BEST DIET FOR YOUR PET Our clients rest assured that their pet’s body’s needs for sustained optimum health are provided for. Pet Nutrition Systems helps you help your pet recover and regenerate muscle tissues and organs and maintain good cellular growth. Proper nutrition is the best way to empower your pet. The average pet food buyer is lead to believe that reading the ingredient list is the best way to determine what the best food is. Our FOUR CORE Nutrition Standards™ are the new benchmarks for proper pet nutrition and are the four most important categories to consider when evaluating the quality of pet food.
FORM How your pet’s food is made is equally as important as is the quality of ingredients used. The trend in modern RAW frozen pet food manufacturing is to have machines process water, meat and vegetables into a slurry that is forced into hotdog and sausage casings or formed into tubes to be cut into round medallions. This is not the best way to assure the bioavailability of your pet’s meals. At PNS each ingredient is prepared independently and properly to provide the maximum bioavailability and optimum absorption of all nutrients in each formulation.
BALANCE No one nutrient can work by itself. It needs a least one other nutrient to help it perform its task. Too much of the complementing nutrient and it may cancel its effect and to little will not allow it to work. As stated before each breed of dog, each stage of life requires a different nutrient
requirement. No two breeds or stage of life have the same nutritional requirement for any one nutrient. One breed may need a minimum of 60% lean meat protein and another 45% of a fatty protein source. When either the protein levels or the nutrient levels are out of balance there is a risk of that pet’s genetic systems malfunctioning. 0ver 95% of all frozen, Raw, canned and bagged pet food is out of balance.
POTENCY The most respect veterinary nutritionist all agree that the nutrient levels of each formulation must provide the maximum level of essential nutrition or the animal will have to get too many empty calories and run the risk of obesity. This is very common in today’s pet population.
FRESHNESS Once food is prepared it starts losing its potency, available nutrients and freshness. There are three ways in-which food loses its nutrient value: Heat, Light and Air. When choosing frozen fish or meat would you rather that it be stored in a plastic bag where it could develop freezer burn or vacuum sealed? Would you prefer that your meals be dehydrated, freezedried, pelletized or non-processed whole food? Pet Nutrition System’s meals are protected by being vacuum-sealed, and wrapped in freezer butcher-block paper to shield the all food from air, light and variations in temperature.
WHY BREED SPECIFIC? Most breeds of dog were developed and have evolved eating along side of humans. For hundreds of years their DNA and genetic structure has been molded by the ancestral foods of their region of origin. What their body craves are the nutrients from the foods that they were fed for most of their breed’s development. Each individual breed of dog lived and thrived on what they were fed by those they lived with. Each breed was developed and evolved on a diet that was rich in nutrients provided by those regional vegetables, grains, fruits and land & water animal protein which were native to the region of their development. The theory that all dogs were wild and ate from fresh kills is false. The Chihuahua, Yorkie, Cocker Spaniel, Doberman, Irish Setter, etc were man made breeds developed over years by selective breeding and were not wild beast living on fresh kill. The herding, hunting, sporting, guarding and ornamental breeds were not wolf like in their eating habits.
The definitive study on this was done in 1974 with revisions made in 1978, 1985 and 2001 called â€œThe Nutritional Requirements of Dogs: For Growth and maintenance by the Nation Research Council. The National Research Council's report made use of the hundreds of Research studies from veterinary medicine Universities, dog food companies and independent laboratories. With each research study that used two or more breeds it was shown that there were nutritional differences between each breed.
EXAMPLES OF BREED SPECIFIC DIFFERENCES Below are just a few examples of breed specific testing confirming nutritional differences between breeds.
Food energy requirements of Yorkshire Terriers are different from those of a Pomeranians per Kilogram of body weight. Golden Retrievers require a higher amount of the Essential Amino Acid Methionine than a Labrador per Kilogram of body weight. Irish Setters showed a different requirement for Zinc than the amount required by an English Setter per Kilogram of body weight. Testing to establish the requirements for Vitamin A showed: Poodle puppy, German Shepherd puppy, and Labrador puppy all had different reactions to the same dosage of this one nutrient. Testing for Vitamin D requirements showed: Collies and the Great Danes both need from nine to ten times as much as Fox Terriers per Kilogram of body weight.
THE GOALS OF NUTRITION Internet search for information regarding pet nutrition finds an overwhelming amount of misleading information with very little facts or clinical studies to support the varying claims. For the average pet owner it is nearly impossible to decipher the truth from fiction.
1. THE SUPPLY NEEDS FOR BIO-NUTRIENTS TO ENGAGE & SUPPORT THE GENETIC SYSTEMS 2. THE MANAGEMENT OF ENERGY AND BODY WEIGHT 3. THE ELIMINATION OF TOXINS
Dr. Selmer has affirmed that optimum nutrition helps slow the onset and progression of chronic disease because it restores balance and promotes healing by supporting the metabolic pathways that energize the healing system. In addition, it helps reduce the inflammation that predisposes an animal to disease. Its use, either alone or in combination with appropriate medication, contributes to the day-to-day wellness of the animal. Science has proven that no two breeds have the same nutritional requirements for any one nutrient. To truly meet your pet nutritional needs you must learn what the unique nutrient requirements of their breed are. Consider their individual needs, than learn how much of each of the eighteen major nutrients groups are required, and finally, discover which natural or organic whole food should be used to satisfy these needs. Each nutrient's job is to turn on a particular genetic system in your pet's body. This is called Nutrient - gene interaction. If the right amount of bio-available nutrients are supplied to the crucial genetic systems like the immune system then these systems they will work properly, if not they are not turned on and too much will shut the system down. This is why a â€œone food fits all breedsâ€? way of feeding is not optimal and may be detrimental to most dogs overall health. For more information regarding our Breed Specific Diet Program download our complete Breed Specific Diets Program Guide.
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