Restore Kidney Energy with Beef Kidney Treats – TCVM Food Therapy

Restore Kidney Energy with Beef Kidney Treats – TCVM Food Therapy

Learn how to use kidney treats to help your pet feel better!

Using TCVM (Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine) Food Therapy, you can feed treats for a reason.

Treats can be more than just a fun snack!

Did you know that you can use treats to improve your pet’s health?

PET | TAO®  treats are based on the Yin & Yang and The Five-Element Theory.

In TCVM, the Five-Element Theory explains the relationship between the five naturally occurring elements in the environment.

In Eastern veterinary medicine, the kidney energy governs bone, opens up the ears, and regulates water flow. As pets age, just like humans, kidney energy progressively declines.

In the video below, PET | TAO co-founder and TCVM veterinarian Dr. Marc Smith explains how beef kidney helps pets.

TCVM Food Therapy: Restore Kidney Energy With Beef Kidney Treats

Feel Confident You Are Feeding Your Pet the Best Treat

By feeding PET | TAO treats, you are feeding treats for a reason.

Feeding the kidney creates a tonic effect for your pet’s kidney meridian.

Feed to Create Balance

Feeding a kidney means you are feeding distinct organ meat for a unique deficiency.

Kidney treats tonify your pet’s kidney, balancing the entire kidney meridian.

Take Charge by Feeding Kidney Treats for a Reason

Treats are more than just fun! Make treats work for your pet’s health by feeding treats with specific energetic qualities.

 Beef Kidney Treats help:

  • Geriatric age
  • Swelling, arthritis
  • Incontinence
  • Reproductive issues
  • Kidney insufficiencies

PET | TAO’s Harmony

Help your pet live a long, healthy, and balanced by choosing the right food!

Feed your pet a nutritious and balanced diet using TCVM Eastern Food Therapy.

A feed with this philosophy and your choices become accurate and effective.

Get PET | TAO Kidney Treats  at TCVM Pet Supply

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