Cheaper dog foods invariably use poor quality substitutes because they want to cater to the cost-conscious market. But consumers fail to understand that that dogs will require these foods in greater quantities and therefore the cost benefit stands negated.
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In Russell Hoban’s allegory The Mouse and His Child, there is an amusing (unintended) metaphor for how Quantum Field Theory works. Sometime during their nightmarish adventure, the toy mechanical mice—father and son—discover an endlessly fascinating can of Bonzo Dog Food. On the label of the can is a picture of a dog holding a can of Bonzo Dog Food, whose label shows a dog holding a can of Bonzo Dog Food, whose label . . . Deeper and deeper the mice peer, in a frustrating quest to see “The Last Visible Dog,” but they are never quite sure that they have seen it. Things inside things inside things—that’s the story of Quantum Field Theory.
Jun 2, 2017 - QUANTUM - PETS PANTRY
Following the recent successful ‘PAWS for Pasta’ cooking class arranged by Quantum in partnership with PAWS Rescue Centre, Quantum delivered 27, 15 kilo bags of dog food to the rescue centre following the event.
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While Hoban’s “Droste effect” dog-food cans may have started out as a metaphor for infinity, they’ve been metaphorically recycled by other writers to represent everything from AIDS research to quantum physics.The simple truth is dog food contains heavy animal fat and hence it is liable to decay soon because of bacterial infestation. To overcome this, dog food makers add a significant quantity of synthetic preservatives. Though some of these chemicals are federally approved for inclusion in pet food, they are used in alarming quantities and seldom undergo any testing.Following the recent successful ‘PAWS for Pasta’ cooking class arranged by Quantum in partnership with PAWS Rescue Centre, Quantum delivered 27, 15 kilo bags of dog food to the rescue centre following the event.Last March (2012), at age 11 years old, the German Shepherd got another Babesia blood test done. This time the results were negative. When I asked the German Shepherds vet how can this be, having Babesia in the blood and then not having it. The vet replied, it takes time for the antibodies to leave the body. What I really wanted to know is, how did the German Shepherd destroy this nasty pest in the first place. I did not delve for this answer further as I felt I already knew the answer. Besides, what was really important “ can this German Shepherd now safely travel to his family. From this blood test performed in March 2012 from the one he received in December 2011, the only changes in the German Shepherds lifestyle was a further change in his diet. He was on a mixture of Purina dog chow and homemade natural diet. I switched the German Shepherds diet to a mixture of Wellness commercial dog food and my holistic diet dog food recipe. Many of the vegetables in his food were blood cleansing in nature including asparagus, celery and cilantro. Could his diet boost his immune system to kill such a powerful parasite? Or was it the holistic energy work he received, synergistic blend of Therapeutic Touch, Tellington Touch and Quantum-Touch, periodically received over the several years, especially from December 2011 to March 2012 that boosted his immune system so that he could destroy this mighty pest, Babesia?