The Point Everyone Seems to Miss
Go ahead and google it… holistic pet food.
Over one million views flood your screen.
In fact, the term infests the pet food industry because if food is holistic, it must be better. Right?
Well, it’s not so simple.
Indeed, holistic is a fabulous marketing term.
But the reality is, very few seem to know what the term holistic really means.
According to Merriam Webster, the word holistic means:
“relating to or concerned with wholes or with complete systems rather than with the analysis of, treatment of, or dissection into parts.”
However, at PET | TAO, we think differently.
Our interpretation of the term holistic is “pet food with a philosophy”… and the philosophy is named Eastern Food Therapy.
Eastern Food Therapy is the art of choosing and consuming foods based on each individual food’s inherent energetic quality.
And we bring it right to your pet’s food bowl.
Who uses food therapy as holistic pet food?
- Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners
- Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine Practitioners
- Animals like dogs, cats, and horses
When is food therapy appropriate?
- Prevention of seasonal health problems
- Treatment of diseases
- Combined with Western medicine
- Your whole life
- Your pet’s whole life
How is food therapy unique?
- Slow acting
- No side effects
- No two recipes are identical
- Owner involved daily
- Food-based on a philosophy
There is a place for food therapy in your home.
We will show you where.