The Possible Canine
Devoted For Over 17 Years
The Possible Canine has been devoted to helping dog owners across the world manage a wide range of health conditions,with therapeutic diets and herbal protocols for every dog and condition.
Canine Nutritionist and Chartered Herbalist Catherine Lane offers comprehensive, individualized online consultations, as well as highly acclaimed online courses in both canine nutrition and herbalism for companion animals.
Cat Lane, Dip. CFN, Chartered Herbalist
Since 2002 I have worked with close to five thousand cases, averaging around 300 full service cases per year., an intensive diet and herbal consultation that involves the development of several recipes and herbal protocols with online support during transition, and follow up to ensure the protocols are successful. In addition I do online and in-person herbal consults of a more straightforward nature, which do not involve as much time as the intensive option, on average another 3-400 per year. This includes proactive diets for healthy adult dogs; growth and senior diets; specialized dietary care for conditions including but not limited to cancer, allergy, IBD, liver disease, kidney disease, uroliths (oxalate, urate and struvite stones) osteo-arthritis, various forms of heart disease, Cushing’s disease, Addison’s disease, diabetes, pancreatitis and obesity, as well as specialized diets for performance dogs.
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Courses covering the foundation of nutritional understanding. Basics of canine nutrition, recipe formulation, and evaluation of feeding types (raw, commercial, home cooked)
Courses are ongoing and can be started at any time.
In depth courses covering recipes, practical exercises, and detailed information covering common ailments that provide solid grounding in animal herbalism.
Courses are ongoing and can be started at anytime.
Online tutorials that run occasionally throughout the year. Courses cover canine dietary formulation, animal herbalism, and canine cancer.
Courses have various start times throughout the year.
The Possible Canine’s blog is unique in its depth of information regarding both nutrition and herbal medicine. The blog features foundational and advanced canine nutrition, recipes, herbs, and dietary strategies for all health conditions, prevention and maintenance in-depth herbal entries, including materia medica for dogs, herbal actions and energetics, home medicine making and more
A little offering from me (and this may well be the shortest blog entry ever, in the history of The Possible Canine) over at the Facebook Page (which you can access here): https://www.facebook.com/ThePossibleCanine/ What we'll do, every Monday, is look at nutrient...read more
This new feature will consist of five random things I want to share with readers, every Friday. They might pertain to a specific nutrient, to a food, a health condition, an individual herb, a method of herbal preparation, or even a quick recipe. I've been inspired to...read more
As promised; a fun, easy and healthy treat for dogs, with some serious benefits, and a few variations so you can make it to suit your own dog's unique tendencies. I made this for my three, not as a meal (it's not a balanced diet!) but to use as topper for some of...read more
...and that's just the start. This very simple, but powerfully nutritious frozen treat can be used in a couple of ways, so again, I am hoping to give you options. It can be very nutrient-dense, all on its own, or diluted with some liquid (bone broth is good, but you...read more
So, it's the weekend and I am having a little fun with recipes - a thread on my Facebook group convinced me to develop more frozen treats for the warm summer months, and since not all dogs love fruit, I thought I'd do a few savoury, but still very healthy versions....read more
Every summer, a few frozen treat recipes start to appear around the internet, usually yogurt based, with additions like sardines and salmon and blueberries - all good stuff. I started to wonder if I might not concoct a few such treats myself, maybe with a twist...read more
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