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January 2015, News from Optimum Choices
Welcome to the monthly Freedom From Illness e-newsletter from Russell Louie and Margaret Auld-Louie at Optimum Choices. This newsletter is sent to the friends of Russell & Margaret, customers of Optimum Choices, as well as people who signed up for a drawing at our booth at a fair or event. If you wish to unsubscribe, see the bottom of this e-mail for instructions. To receive this newsletter in your e-mail, click here: Subscribe Newsletter.


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HINT: for maximum savings, order any Starter Pack (three bottles) of BioPreparation, BioSuperfood and/or ALPHA-G for a 5% discount AND in addition, get the 5% discount above, for a total of 10% off the full retail price of a single bottle. No other discounts can be applied.

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Senior Pet Care Tips

This article is dedicated to the memory of our 18 year old Chihuahua mix dog, Mikki, who we escorted over the Rainbow Bridge this past Thanksgiving. These senior pet care tips are what she taught us during her 1.5 years of geriatric and hospice care and what we learned from our previous cats who lived to be 17 & 21 years old. These wholistic tips are meant to complement your veterinarian’s advice.

  1. Regular Senior Veterinary Checkups—most senior degenerative symptoms do not show up until it is almost too late. More frequent blood tests, as your pet approaches the senior years, can help start treatment earlier than later when it may be too late. With early warning perhaps one can try nutritional, herbal or homeopathic remedies before the need for medication.

  2. Warning Signs—be aware of any changes in your pet’s body (such as lumps), appetite, behavior (such as limping, favoring one side) and habits (such as getting up slower, not wanting to jump up). They may indicate an early warning of a degenerative condition. Consult your vet.

  3. Good Nutrition—we feel one should start good wholistic nutrition from Day 1 for a pet. This begins with a species-appropriate diet as well as supplementing what nutrients are missing from any cooked foods. With a senior pet it is most important they get extra Essential Fatty Acids (Omega oils) and antioxidants.

  4. Regular Daily Walks—do not just let your dog out into your yard to go potty. Senior pets need exercise to encourage good oxygenation of the blood and flexibility of the joints. Fresh air, sunshine and exercise are good for both you and your pet. Encourage your senior cat to play and jump up on furniture, especially a cat tree, as long as it is comfortable.

  5. Weight Control—to prevent many senior degenerative conditions do not let your senior pet get overweight. Just like people, the extra weight can shorten their life, accelerate the onset of arthritis and potentially lead to diabetes, heart problems and other degenerative conditions.

  6. Rotate Flavors—senior pets become notoriously picky food eaters, especially if they have Chronic Renal Failure (CRF). Rotate flavors so they do not get bored. This is also a good idea if you have younger pets. Each meat has a different nutritional content and it would be good to expose your pet to many different meats to diversify the friendly bacteria and enzymes in their gut.

  7. Many Variety of Flavors—senior pet’s taste buds change daily, especially with CRF pets. Do not assume today's disliked flavor is forever. Buy small cans of many different brands and flavors. If one flavor is disliked today, put it in the refrigerator and try again in a few days or next week.

  8. Preserve Taste—if you store partial cans of food in the refrigerator, transfer the leftovers into a glass or ceramic container rather than reseal the pet food in its original can. Some pets may object to the residual taste left when the food starts oxidizing in the can.

  9. Good/Bad Days—geriatric pets will have both good and bad days. Do not get Iris-Cat Who Refuses to Diediscouraged if they have 2-3 bad days in a row. Gauge their status by how many consecutive bad days they have over a month’s time. Click on Iris' photo to the right to read Margaret's blog: The cat who refuses to die

  10. Subcutaneous Fluids—while administering sub-Q fluids may seem like a daunting task at first, they will definitely extend the life of your Chronic Renal Failure (CRF) pet and give them a better quality of life. One can gain an additional 6 months to possibly 2 years of quality time with your companion pet. To save time and money, learn how you can do this at home. At first, once or twice a week will be enough. Towards the last stage, the need progresses to even twice per day.

  11. Homeopathic Remedies—many small dogs, and especially cats, may be sensitive to drugs. Our first choice when senior symptoms develop is to try a homeopathic remedy. Homeopathic remedies are safe, with no danger of overdoing or side effects. For best results, consult a classical homeopathist rather than just matching an over-the-counter homeopathic remedy to the apparent symptom.

Can you count the 4 pets?



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 Russell, Margaret & MikkiMikki at Great Salt lake


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