Restore Lung Energy With Pork Lung Treats – TCVM Food Therapy

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Will Lung Treats Help Your Pet?

Learn how to feed lung treats for a reason 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 physiologic function of the lung is primarily respiration and creating energy from the oxygen and carbon dioxide exchange. The lung is also responsible for controlling and regulating the skin surface and hair of the entire body.

So, in a nutshell, pork lung treats support dogs and cats suffering from things like:

  • breathing health challenges
  • allergy health challenges
  • skin health challenges

In the video below, PET | TAO co-founder and TCVM veterinarian Dr. Marc Smith, explains how pork lung help pets.

Restore Lung Energy With Pork Lung Treats

Gain Confidence!

 Feed a pork lung  to support lung and skin deficiencies.

Create Balance!

Feed a distinct organ meat for a unique deficiency.

Take Charge!

Feed a treat with specific energetic qualities.

 Indications for feeding lung:

  • Cough
  • Nasal discharge
  • Allergies
  • Asthma
  • Shortness of breath

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.

Feed with this philosophy and your choices become accurate and effective.

Get Freeze Dried Pork Lung Treats at TCVM Pet Supply

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