Mythbusting Dog Food with Bronwyn Farley
There are many misconceptions when it comes to feeding our furry friends, such as whether peanut butter is safe for dogs, if rice and chicken is a good meal for dogs, and if garlic is toxic to dogs. We’ll dive into these myths and more, separating fact from fiction and providing you with the knowledge you need to make informed decisions about your pet’s diet. In this episode of Your Natural Dog with Angela Ardolino, we’re joined by Bronwyn Farley, Certified Clinical Pet Nutritionist, and founder of Dolce’s Legacy, an amazing resource for pet parents looking to support their dog’s best health proactively, or after a diagnosis. Bronwyn joins us to discuss common pet food myths, and the truth about what your pet should and shouldn’t eat for their best health.
- Risks of peanut butter for dogs
- Alternatives to peanut butter for dogs
- Truth about feeding chicken & rice to dogs
- Alternatives for upset stomach and diarrhea in dogs
- Benefits of garlic for dogs
- Dolce’s story
- Cannabis for seizures
- Fresh food diet and natural supplements for cancer
- Dolce’s Legacy
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- Angela Ardolino
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About Angela Ardolino
Angela Ardolino is a holistic pet expert and educator who has been caring for animals for over 20 years. Angela owns and operates Fire Flake Farm, a rescue animal sanctuary farm, and two locations of her natural pet salon and shop Beautify the Beast. She’s also the founder and formulator of CBD Dog Health, which offers high quality, all-natural cannabis health and wellness products for pets; and MycoDog, which creates and produces high-quality medicinal mushroom and adaptogen tinctures specifically for pets.
Accordingly, she has used CBD Dog Health’s Full Spectrum Hemp for Pets, and now MycoDog mushroom extracts, on all her pets at her rescue farm every day since 2016. Angela has Odie, a 16-year-old mini-schnauzer, as well as Jolene, Maza, and Rhemi. In addition, she has 4-10 more any time she is fostering or boarding. She is a member of the Society of Cannabis Clinicians and the Veterinary Cannabis Association. In fact, Angela has educated hundreds of medical doctors and veterinarians on the therapeutic uses of medical cannabis on animals.
About Bronwyn Farley
I founded Dolce’s Legacy because I never wanted anyone else to feel as alone and lost as we did. We were the three musketeers, and we went everywhere together. Dolce was my “heart Dog”. My Best Friend of 15 years. And at one point in time, my only reason to get up each day.
After his devastating loss, I buried myself in a degree regarding canine and feline nutrition and all things holistic regarding cancer. If there was a course or program I could better further myself with. I was in it. I felt like it was all I could do in order to survive his loss.
Fast forward and my obsession is now a platform for education. Teaching my clients the importance of being preventative and proactive while tailoring the needs to that body’s requirements. I curated my Feline and Canine concierge programs for my breeders, my terminal babes, and those that simply want to do better by our four legged counterparts. It’s always an absolute honor to guide and walk my clients through the processes of being proactive in preparation for healthy vitality vs. needing to be reactionary for my hospice and terminal babes.