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Dog Food Digestion

The digestibility of a pet food is an important criteria because it directly measures the proportion of nutrients in the food that are available for absorption. Comparing several brands of dry processed foods will render digestibility coefficients between 69% to as high as 95%. Premium foods will usually have a higher digestibility coefficient. Most dog

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Dog Saturated Vs Unsaturated Fats, A Deadly Comparison

Published on January 9, 2008 by in BARF

I think most of us are basically unknowledgeable about the consumption of saturated or unsaturated fats. It is a fairly complicated science and most people run the other way when trying to understand the logic and science behind the information. I recently read some valuable information from a book called “Healthy Fats For Life” (authored by Lorna

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Dog’s Digestive Health

I would like to offer suggestions to improve the digestive health of animals and humans.  The choices we make in our eating habits for ourselves and our pets will have dramatic consequences over time. The effective operation of the immune system is connected to the health of the gastrointestinal tract and evidence is accumulating about the role

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Dog Diet

Our diets are reversed I have been reading a very interesting book called “The China Study“- authored by T. Colin Campbell, PhD and Thomas M. Campbell . The book offers a very interesting scientific background study defending the merits of a vegetarian diet. They make statements that tie directly the influences of diet upon the

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