Description: "The seed grew into your own Pumpkin Pet"
Do you feed your pets canned pumpkin and have you found it to be beneficial?
I want to flip this concept and instead suggest feeding a natural food that is safe, infinitely healthy, and can be added to the daily diets of most pets: pumpkin.
Ewen is a new premium pet available now in Arcane Legends through Nov. 5th. This new Pumpkin pet heralds the coming of the Halloween Event, that will run from Oct. 24th through Nov. 5th.
13 Benefits of Pumpkin for Pets - Morris Animal Inn
Here are 13 ways pumpkin can benefit your pet: ..
If you have a pet, you probably already know that minor can be a common occurrence in pets. It's no fun for a pet to have an upset stomach, but what can you do when you notice that your dog or cat has a case of or is straining to pass stool? If your pet's intestinal distress is minor, a healthy, natural treatment may already be in your own pantry. Surprisingly, plain, unsweetened cooked pumpkin can help with both diarrhea and constipation. You can give your dog or cat plain canned, pur�ed pumpkin or fresh, cooked pumpkin. Be sure not to use pumpkin pie filling which has added sugar and spices. It doesn't take much pumpkin to see results. For a small dog or cat, start with a ½ teaspoonful, increasing to one or two teaspoons if necessary. For large dogs, start with a tablespoonful of canned pumpkin and slowly increase the amount if needed. You should see improvement in your pet within a few hours.If your dog has diarrhea, the soluble fiber in canned pumpkin will help absorb the excess water, resulting in firmer stool. For a pet that is constipated, the high water and fiber content in the pumpkin will help add bulk and soften the stool, acting as a natural laxative and making the stool easier to pass. Even if your pet has no digestive issues, adding a bit of pumpkin to his or her diet can help your pet stay regular. Pumpkin is a healthy addition to your pet's diet and is a great source of fiber, potassium, vitamin A, vitamin C and, as its orange color suggests, carotenoids. I have been caring for animals all my life but as a business with clients, since 2009. When I was a young girl growing up in the harsh winters of Illinois, I would make boxes filled with blankets and feed all the stray animals. I’d spend hours outside trying to get them to come close enough for me to give them a pet or a kiss, I thought all of them needed attention and that they were outside because nobody loved them. I grew up with cats, dogs, birds, hamsters, fish and mice but as an adult I’ve owned 2 cats, both 15 years old. I lost one of them to cancer, her name was Pumpkin which was the reason I decided to name this business after her. She was special like all the animals we have in our lives. It’s an unconditional love, a remarkable bond that should not be taken for granted.