Why do dogs eat poop? Answer inside…

Hey there, it’s The Sherpa.

Does your dog eat poop?

I know it’s a gross question, and something no one wants to think about…

But the truth is, if your dog IS eating poop, it’s a sign her health could be at risk…

She’s not eating it because she likes it…

She’s trying to tell you she’s not getting the nutrients her body needs.

She’s instinctively trying to make up the deficiency any way possible…

You see, although they’ve been domesticated for more than 10,000 years, dogs remain biologically close to their wolf ancestors.

And wolves still thrive in the wild by eating the raw organs, muscles and bones of their prey.

I know that sounds only slightly less gross than eating poop, but please bear with me…

Your dog needs the same nutrients as wolves in order to maintain digestive and immune system health, healthy joints and a thick, glossy coat of fur.

Unfortunately, the essential enzymes, vitamins and amino acids your dog would get in the wild can’t be found in conventional dog food

The high heat used to cook her food destroys the delicate nutrients in the meat…

If you’re only feeding your dog processed food, she is likely suffering from vitamin deficiencies, which can lead to heart-breaking health problems like bone fractures… common cancers… and worse.

As your dog’s caretaker, it’s important you take steps to ensure your best friend is getting the nutrients her body needs to avoid devastating health issues.

To do this you could spend hundreds of dollars at the butcher counter, buying grass-fed beef kidneys… livers… hearts… bones and muscle meat…

Then find a few hours each week to prepare all these raw ingredients and add them to her bowl…

Or, you could spend considerably less money less time by opening a package of freeze-dried organ- and meat-based nutrition powder… then sprinkling a spoonful on her favorite food.

Sound too good to be true? It’s not.

== >Check out this simple and affordable solution that helps your four-legged family member live a long, energetic, tail-wagging life.

 

Naturally yours,

 

The Sherpa

 

P.S. I myself am a dog lover and like you, I consider him part of our family. Therefore, I only recommend quality products without fillers, additives or artificial ingredients.

Find out how you can help stop your furry family member from eating poop to get the nutrition her body so desperately needs.