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Our satisfied customers
Doris with cat Koibito
this is my cat Koibito. Your food is the only kidney food that he likes and tolerates. I was and am so happy that in my internet research I came across the kidney food pro-RENAL from Dr. Berg. Thank you!
Doris with Koibito
Ms. Bieringer with Havanese dog Flocki
Family Harlander with puppy Maya
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Explainer videos and blog
More and more people are just parroting a lot of things uncritically. Example: “Actually”!
"Actually" and "currently" - a uniform mash of ideas
Have you ever noticed: The words “actually” and “current” are used excessively in the media, be it in podcasts or interviews, even though they rarely offer any added value or information content. And further: Listeners accept them uncritically - without forming their own thoughts and individual ideas. This creates a contentless, uniform mash of thoughts.
Uniformity also in the pet food scene
We are experiencing a similar phenomenon in the pet food scene: worn-out advertising slogans and meaningless "actually-current-nonsense" without a real core or a new idea! This leads to fatigue!
Individual thoughts on optimal pet feeding
Yes, it is clear: although there are no options for the optimal feeding of dogs and cats, there is still room for individual thoughts! We don´t like repetitive, meaningless chatter! We DARE to say our own opinions and thoughts (even without a white coat and stethoscope around our neck 😉) - and you can TRUST us.
Trust through authenticity
We become even clearer, sharper, edgier, sometimes uncomfortable - but without parroting anything uncritically! Join us!
Really solve the food problems of dogs and cats: recognize what is up!
Same situation with the dog or cat
Imagine that your pet tolerates its food for years without any problems. But suddenly he vomits after every meal. In such situations, many pet owners tend to identify food as the culprit. But is the type or brand of food really always the culprit?
Research into causes is important
In our feeding advice, we emphasize again and again: Feed that has been well tolerated over the long term is usually not the problem! It is crucial to identify the underlying problem. Be it e.g. a gastrointestinal infection or kidney disease - this is the only way you can really help your animal. Changing the food only makes sense once the cause has been identified. Avoid jumping to conclusions and pay close attention to protect your pet's health.