Our pets make us so happy. With their unique, lovable personalities and their individuality, every pet we have is adored and cherished. We do our best to provide them with a comfortable, safe home, so they can live happily beside us. We go to great lengths to make sure they have everything they need: from the best bed, to the most fun toy, to the nicest walks. But sometimes we forget how important our pet’s diet is to their health and happiness!
Did you know?
Noni is good for your pets too! Especially our Certified Organic Noni Fruit Leather and Noni Lotions.
Wait, what? How is Fruit Leather and Noni Lotion good for your pets?
It sounds strange, but it’s one of the best things you can feed your pets. Let’s look at some reasons why:
Feeding your pets noni
Just like humans, animals thrive when given a nutrient rich diet, especially one that includes raw foods containing the vital micronutrients and vitamins we need to thrive. Noni has over 165 beneficial compounds, all of which are advantageous for the health of your pet! Noni fruit has 17 of amino acids and all 9 essential amino acids that are critical for good health.
It’s no secret that the average diet marketed to your pet - especially that of dogs and cats - is full of processed ingredients like:
- Soybean Meal
- Brewers Rice
These ingredients aren’t good for your pets. They have no substance! On top of this, most pet foods contain GMO products and harmful additives. Learn more about the hidden side of pet food here.
Our Organic Noni Fruit Leather is full of the things your pets need and love, and it’s made with the same quality and standard as the Noni Fruit Leather you eat!
Try this: Most pets should eat a 2in x 2in square each day. For chronic ailments, an additional square or two can be added. Smaller animals can be given a 1in x 1in square. Your pet should love it! Dogs, cats, horses, goats and livestock, birds, and others are all known to love noni!
Noni can even help your pet with common ailments like:
- Stomach ulcers, indigestion
- Arthritis, inflammation, pain
- Hip dysplasia
- Fleas, ticks, worms and parasites