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Rewards for Referrals

If you send a friend to us, we want to reward you. Be sure to tell your friends to mention your name. We have a rewards schedule.

First referral ...
Second referral ...
Third referral ...
Fourth referral  ...
More than four ...

coupon for $2 at Noah’s
free bath at Noah’s
gift card for human treats
gift box
dinner on us


Health Club Offerings

At a loss for a way to get out of the house during the winter? We suggest a free visit to Noah’s with others who love pets and a chance to learn. Our winter schedule of events for 45 minute learning opportunities includes:

April 18 – eating healthy foods and exercise
May 2 – arthritis
June 20 – itchy skin and ears

Please come and bring your friends on the above days at 1 p.m.

ALL CATS SHOULD EAT A PROTEIN RICH DIET. This is not a “diet for fat cats”; this is a diet to prevent disease in all cats.   “A CAT IS A CAT, AND THAT IS THAT.”   A cat’s body is designed for a high protein, low carb diet. Cats use protein for energy. Cats are designed to get most of their water intake from food, not from drinking water from bowls. Commercially canned food meets these requirements. Dry food is carbohydrate rich.

Fat cells produce hormones that affect the energy balance and contribute to the development of: diabetes, pancreatitis, certain cancers, heat intolerance, decreased immune function, difficulty breathing, and urinary disease in cats.  As fat cells increase, the production of hormones causing inflammation of vital organs, urinary tract disease and loss of energy increases.{Dr. Debra L. Zoran, DVM, PHD, Diplomate ACVIM from the University of Texas, in session at Indiana Veterinary Medical State Convention, 2009}  


Noah’s recommends commercially canned food mixed with a small amount of a prescription dental health dry food. You can determine the caloric and protein content of the food by reading the ingredients list. The first three ingredients listed should be meat or meat meal. You can also visit the websites listed below.

Two Cautions:  First, don’t switch rapidly. When moving from a high carbohydrate diet to a high protein diet, mix a little canned food with the dry. Gradually add more canned food and reduce the dry over 4-6 weeks. Second, watch the calories.  The feeding guide on packages is for a young, intact, active cat. Neutering changes those hormones, so neutered and older cats need fewer calories.

www.petobesityprevention.com  Association of Veterinarians calorie and feeding guides

           


 

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