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Chronic Itching in Dogs

HYPERADRENOCORTICISM – CUSHING’S SYNDROME Hyperadrenocorticism most commonly occurs due to excessive adrenocorticotrophic hormone (ACTH) output from the pituitary gland or overproduction of cortisol by an adrenocortical tumor. It can also be caused by the administration of pharmacological doses of glucocorticoids. These are dogs with chronic pruritic (itching) problems of the skin. One of the noticeable

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Water The Unknown Facts

Published on June 2, 2008 by in Health

Water that is not in raw food has no active ions, electrolytes ,nor minerals bound with nutrients. It must have all three properties or it is only 10% cellularly utilizable. Contrary to many opinions, water leeches nutrients from the blood and intestines, and dilutes digestive juices so that when your pet eats the food, it

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