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Dog Food Cost Comparison

In today’s society it is important to offer convenience and ease of preparation. I guess all forms of pet food have their advantages and disadvantages. We are all aware of the convenience and availability factors with dry-heat processed food. Dry foods keep well after being opened, do not require refrigeration, and require very little preparation

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Enhancing The Dog’s Immune System

Published on January 15, 2008 by in BARF

This week I have received some very sad news that our very best friend’s daughter has rectal cancer. She is 38 years young and now struggles to complete her treatments of radiation and chemotherapy. We all know that in the past to receive news like this was like receiving a death wish. She is fortunate

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Feeding Regimen For Our Dogs

When and how to feed our pets. We get asked on a daily basis questions regarding when and how to feed a dog or cat. Evidently there is a lot of misguidance regarding this topic so I thought it might be worth discussing. There are basically three different methods of feeding. Free choice, time-controlled, or

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Diarrhea in Dogs And Cats, How To Treat

Published on January 11, 2008 by in BARF

Treating Diarrhea One of the most common ailments we hear about with dogs is diarrhea. The condition can result from a number of different things, from garbage, to parasites, to infectious agents such as parvovirus. Most causes of diarrhea respond to symptomatic treatment. My most effective recommendation for treatment is a 24 hour fast. If you stop

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