Restore Qi and Blood With Salmon Treats – TCVM Eastern Food Therapy

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Does Your Pet Need Salmon Treat?

Feed Salmon Treats for a Reason

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 help your pet feel better physically and emotionally?

Probably not. But soon you will!

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 Food Therapy salmon treats are an excellent choice for nourishing the Qi and the Blood aspects of the body.

According to Chinese medicine, Qi the body’s circulating life force.

In fact, Qi’s existence and properties are the foundation of Chinese medicine.

Also, in Chinese medicine, blood is a dense form of body fluids that have been energized and acted on by Qi.

Check out the video below.

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

It’s a very cool philosophy.

Restore Qi and Blood with Salmon Treats

Gain Confidence!

 Feed a definitive treat to support the Qi and Blood aspects of the body.

Create Balance!

Feed a distinct meat for unique benefits.

Take Charge!

Feed a treat with specific energetic qualities.

Salmon helps dogs and cats suffering from:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Arthritis
  • Joint pain
  • Fatigue

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 PET | TAO Freeze Dried Salmon Treats at TCVM Pet Supply

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