Whole Dog Journal Tips September 27, 2011

(The Encyclopedia of Natural Pet Care #2) Your Dog's Drinking Water

The purity of your pet’s drinking water is a serious consideration. In his book Pet Allergies, Alfred Plechner lists contaminated drinking water as a common cause of health problems. The simple act of replacing tap water with distilled, bottled or filtered water can bring surprising, dramatic improvements.

Water is the only thing to which your pet should have unlimited access. Animals know when they’re thirsty and they should have free access to clean containers of pure, healthy water.

Municipal water contamination has become a national concern now that chemical pesticides, fertilizers, industrial solvents, road salt, bacteria, parasites and heavy metals have found their way into kitchen faucets. Whatever you can do to improve your drinking water is worth the effort. Your own health as well as your pet’s health will improve.

Excerpted from long-time Whole Dog Journal contributor CJ Puotinen’s  incredible resource, The Encyclopedia of Natural Pet Care.  This  500+ page volume is everything you need to know to ensure good health and long life for your dog.

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