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Is Sugar Killing You and Your Dog??

Published on July 17, 2008 by in BARF, Health

I’ve written before about the impact of sugar on our lives and on the life of our dogs but I think it bears repeating because of the danger involved in our daily life. Sugar is a crucial piece of the aging puzzle that will cause cells to be attacked, cause disease, and cause premature aging.

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An Eye Opening Experience

Published on July 15, 2008 by in BARF

This weekend our small village hosted one of the largest old car shows in the country. We have a population of 1200 people and on this weekend our town grows to over 150,000 people. We have one small motel with about 10 rooms. In order to accommodate this many people it has to be a

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Alternative Versus Traditional Treatment (Raw vs Kibble)

There has always been a controversy between using alternative therapies compared to the traditional approach. This is true between Chiropractic medicine and traditional medical treatments. The same controversy exists between the alternative vet and the traditional vet. Alternative medicine uses a wide variety of techniques that are not recognized by the modern vet community. However,

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The Beneficial Chemicals Found In Fruits And Veggies

Published on July 7, 2008 by in BARF

Raw fruits and veggies provide us with necessary calories, carbohydrates, proteins, fats, minerals, vitamins and the life giving, energizing enzymes. In fact they provide us with the best sources of enzymes. This is because any plant needs enzymes to live just like we need them and our dogs need them. Unfortunately these enzymes are lost

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