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Serving Surrey, BC for Over 6 Years

Address:
Unit#3 – 5723 176st. Cloverdale, BC

Phone:
604-575-2614

Our Trusted Services:

Raw Food Diets

Nutritional Counselling

Naturopathic Health Services

Individualized Grooming

Welcome to Elemental Canine

At Elemental Canine Inc. we believe in carrying the best and most natural products for your pets. We believe education is the key to healthy and happy pets and pride ourselves in helping you make the best nutritional choices for your doge and cats.

We are raw food specialists. We have experienced groomers, a training studio and K9 Wags non-anesthetic teeth cleaning.

Our Programs

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Good and bad fibre.THE SCOOP ON FIBRE: THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE UGLY

While processed carbs should be avoided for your pet’s long-term health, pets DO need FIBRE! Fibre plays a critical role in providing food for the microbiome bacteria and supports heathy digestion. But not all fiber-containing foods are the same - some fibre sources support health and some can contribute to disease like obesity and diabetes.

There are 2 types of GOOD fibre: SOLUBLE AND INSOLUBLE

SOLUBLE FIBRE – is the kind that can be dissolved in water. When is starts to dissolve, it creates a gel which you can see clearly if you’ve ever tried soaking chia seeds. Plant pectins are a type of insoluble fibre found in many raw fruits like apples and pears. Plant cellulose is another type of soluble fibre found in most plant-based foods. Soluble fibre is digested slowly and can help to maintain blood cholesterol and sugar levels, reducing risk of diabetes.

INSOLUBLE FIBRE – this type of fibre does not absorb water but it attracts water into the stool and acts as roughage so the bowel stays healthy along with your pets’ stools. It also helps reduce the risk of insulin sensitivity. Insoluble fibre is found in plant-based foods at various levels depending on the plant. Green leafy veggies, squash, celery and most veggies have insoluble fibre.

PROCESSED CARBOHYDRATE are not to be confused with fibre. Heavily heat-treated carbohydrates contain very little healthy fibre. The end product is sugar. This gives the body a quick burst of fuel to use in high energy situations. While not 100% bad, it’s not a good energy source for modern pets who aren’t moving all day or doing high energy work. Why? Because it spikes the blood sugar, causes insulin sensitivity AND feeds the wrong bacteria for producing a healthy microbiome.

Offering a wide range of fruits and vegetables will cover both your pet’s soluble and insoluble fibres. Even cats can benefit from small amounts of ground veggies and live grasses. If you want to learn more about where to find the good fibres, check out our blog: www.reddogbluekat.com/blog/should-carnivores-get-vegetables-
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So many good reasons to feed raw!Thinking about raw but not sure yet? Here are our top 10 reasons to feed raw to your pet:

www.3pnaturals.com/pet-nutrition/raw-pet-food-benefits

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