As the temperature drops and we head towards winter, it’s time to start thinking about the health of our pets and how the cold weather may affect them.
Just like humans with aches and pains, the cold and damp can often exacerbate joint issues in our horses, dogs, cats and other pets that spend time outdoors.
The good news is that The Golden Paste Company has a range of products to support healthy joints and the body’s natural inflammation processes and defence mechanisms. Scampers now have in store the specialist turmeric supplements from the Golden Paste Company and we know they can make a big difference, ask Sardine, one of the Scampers Chief Testers.
What is turmeric? Turmeric is a Rhizome, related to ginger. It contains over 200 compounds that synergistically work together to create this ‘superfood’. Turmeric is nutrient rich. Turmeric has been used traditionally in the East for over 4000 years and is believed to hold ‘special powers’.
Why turmeric? Although turmeric is not a medicine, nor can it be marketed as one, there are many things that make turmeric good for pets but the main ones include natural anti-inflammatory properties, relieves joint pain associated with arthritis, promotes cardiovascular health, helps intestine and bowel health too.
Turmeric can help reduce inflammation so adding turmeric to your dog or cat’s diet is a safe and effective way to help them.
What’s in the Golden Paste Turmeric?
- TURMERIC - turmeric is not irradiated or steam treated to preserve the key components. The curcumin levels are 5.1% minimum in the Golden Paste Turmeric
- COCONUT OIL - cold pressed and organic
- APPLE CIDER VINEGAR - complete with 'the mother' apple cider vinegar includes compounds such as quercetin
- BLACK PEPPER - cracked black pepper just before adding it to the Turmeric paste
- CEYLON CINNAMON - true (Ceylon) cinnamon as this has a lower level of coumarin in
Pop along to Scampers to see our full range of natural supplements for your pets.
Scampers Natural Pet Store is open seven days a week and easy to find on the A142 Soham by-pass between Ely and Newmarket.
Scampers, Your Pet’s Natural Choice