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Gastrointestinal Disease Dogs And Cats

We receive several complaints regarding GI upset or gastrointestinal disease in dogs and cats. This seems to be an ever increasing condition and we try to assist customers in making changes to their pets diet to help correct the situation. Our general suggestions based upon current research and clinical studies suggest that diets should be

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Bacterial Concerns In Raw Meat

One of our biggest objections and concerns about switching to a raw meat diet is the hysteria over bacteria, viruses and parasites. It is assumed by the veterinary profession that microbes labeled as “pathogens” are always harmful and must be eradicated. Health department officials, following the advice of the veterinarian community continue to have prejudiced

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Hip Dysplasia In Dogs

Canine hip-dysplasia is a skeletal disease, mostly blamed by heredity. However, research has shown that excess caloric intake during growth and a high calcium intake are two important nutritional factors in the development of skeletal disease. Therefore, the well-intentioned efforts of some owners to maximize the growth rate of puppies by feeding excessive amounts of

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Flaxseed For Dogs and Cats

Flax seed is one of the oldest ancient herbs and is one of the oldest continuously cultivated plants in history. It has been an excellent source of food, fiber and oil. It has commercial use for allergies and dry skin. Dogs accept flax seed oil readily, while cats seem to prefer crushed flax seeds or

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