Total Pet Nutrition – Ultimate Weight Gain recipe
Used by highly respected rescue organisations to bring dogs back to a healthy weight and condition.
Swiftwood Sanctuary provides safety and shelter for all creatures great and small from dogs to cows, horses and alpacas we tend to take in the animals nobody else wants to give a chance too such as large emotionally challenged dogs and farm animals, sometimes we seek new loving places for them to live but very often they are too far gone emotionally oftentimes due to the horrendous cruelty and neglect they have endured. At Swiftwood Sanctuary they get the chance to live the rest of their lives in comfort and safety.
We sometimes take animals with the aim of giving them a more respectful and painless death than they would have done had they stayed in their previous situation; even if it means they only get to spend a few hours or days here, at least they will have known love and a pain free end cradled in our arms with dignity.
We’re proud to say that we use Total Pet Nutrition for our Sanctuary dogs. We often take in very underweight and neglected large breeds such as Borzoi, GSDs, Dobermanns and Greyhounds. Since feeding our dogs Fat Boy the transformation in some of our very poor sighthounds has been absolutely remarkable – Despite having spent many years trying all sorts of different foods from raw to very expensive prestige kibbles Total Pet Nutrition’s Fat Boy has proved to be in a league of it’s own. Fat Boy
has consistently helped to get our underweight dogs back to healthy weights, the glucosamine and chondroitin helps their joints and the inclusion of salmon oil certainly gives them all a mirror like shine. We are so pleased with the results.
Swiftwood Sanctuary has been a self-funded Sanctuary for over 25 years and we are struggling with ever increasing bills and running costs.
Mari, Swiftwood Sanctuary’s Founder, rescued her first greyhound by saving up her dinner money to pay for his release from a council kennel and managed to just have the money on the day he was to be put to sleep, a few days later she returned to the kennels to take the terrier that had bitten her hand in fear – with her first job onwards she has spent most of her earnings rescuing desperate dogs and animals and the Sanctuary has grown from there. You can read about how the name Swiftwood came about on our website here.
If you can help in any way – even a few pounds for a bag of carrots or a bale of hay or treats for the dogs we would be absolutely so very grateful. Please have a look at the Swiftwood Sanctuary website gallery where you find some lovely pictures of our rescues. www.swiftwoodsanctuary.co.uk