Are You Hardcore Holistic?

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If you read every ingredient on every label of everything that goes into and onto your pet – you might be hardcore holistic.

If you spend more on your pet’s food than you do for your own food – you might be hardcore holistic.

If the thought of a single processed kibble crossing the lips of your pet makes you physically ill – you might be hardcore holistic.

If you have been less than forthcoming with your conventional vet about what you really feed your pet – you might be hardcore holistic.

If the supplements in your pet’s food out-weighs the food itself – you might be hardcore holistic.

If you would rather pay three times more for titers than to just give your pet the damned vaccine – you might be hardcore holistic.

If you can’t stomach the idea of putting chemicals and drugs into your pet – you might be hardcore holistic.

If your pet smells like a flower garden all summer long from the flea and tick remedies you use – you might be hardcore holistic.

If your garbage can has ever served as the receptacle for medications sent home by your vet – you might be hardcore holistic.

If your medicine cabinet contains Rescue Remedy and homeopathic Arnica – you might be hardcore holistic.

If you drive an hour each way on a weekly basis to get acupuncture for your pet – you might be hardcore holistic.

If you get chiropractic care for your pet and he doesn’t even have a back problem – you might be hardcore holistic.

If your pet has, at some point in his life, been on more herbs and spices than are supposedly used in Kentucky Fried Chicken – you might be hardcore holistic.

If you’ve ever had to bite your tongue when a friend told you about all the conventional medications she gives her pet – screw it, you didn’t bite your tongue, you voraciously educated her about how to properly care for her pet and now she’s not your friend any more but who cares she was never much of a friend anyway – you might be hardcore holistic.

So I’ll ask you again, are you hardcore holistic?

5 thoughts on “Are You Hardcore Holistic?

  1. Jana Rade

    I don’t think I’m hardcore anything. I select natural holistic approach wherever it is feasible and makes sense. I do use best food I can afford and and I use supplements.

    One note, I don’t believe that garbage is a good way to dispose of unused drugs. I discuss what medications I’m willing or not willing to use on my dog before I get them. Drugs in garbage are a bad thing holistically – globally.

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