Dr. Timurhan Tastutar is a veterinarian cardiologist, inventor and biology nerd in general, specialised in Sport Horses, trying to fix the unfixable, through the most basic biological rules combined with the latest tech available. He has a close relationship with dogs, horses and children. Lives in NRW Germany. Currently busy with nano therapy inventions, lectures about feeding and sports physiology for animal athletes.
Why I chose Timurhan? Sometimes stars know better. But IMPO, making things simple is very complex. And Timurhan knows how to break down big deals in simple things.
Q: Where is the essence of human existence?
A: Possibly somewhere between the 5th dimension and the ocean floor, the intuition and the DNA, the Big Bang and the white noise.
Q: How to live happy and healthy life in one sentence.
A: Train and follow your intuition and close your eyes and ears sometimes to keep the noise out.
Q: What would you gift to newly born baby today?
A: A real, honest kiss on the forehead, best wishes into it’s ears and a big smile for it to see that it is welcome.
Q: If tomorrow nuclear war starts, what would help you to survive?
A: Find a boat and leave land with enough seeds, hardware and tools to survive, somewhere.
Q: What do you always have in a fridge?
A: Methylcobalamin and sweet red peppers.
Q: Dogs and humans. How would you describe their relationship?
A: Inspirational, mostly absurd and irrational, still adorable and hope inducing.
Q: What would you gift to newly born puppy today?
A: Small, playful challenges to get the survival skills going.
Q: What one advise you could give to a dog owner?
A: Learn to love and respect your dog as it is, a dog. Learn how a dog actually is and don’t force your culture and human traits on a dog.
Q: Tips for dog feeding.
A: A dog is a selective carnivore. It can survive on different resources but would thrive on less complex and well produced, natural animal based foods. Feed once a day a skip a meal from time to time. Keep the water fresh, empty and refill the bowl several times.
According to Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, dogs are more than 87% genetically similar to humans. Genetic diversity and sharing of similar DNA, physiology, microscopic structure and molecular features between dogs and humans have presented researchers with a key opportunity. Dogs not only develop similar types of severe health problems as humans, but their illnesses respond to treatments in similar ways.
At KETO DOG BLOG we share information which might help you (or your dog) to live longer and happier.