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The Secret Of Protein And Breeding Your Dog

Published on May 27, 2009 by in BARF

This is what I was asked yesterday when a breeder called and questioned me as to whether our meat patties were adequate to feed a pregnant bitch. She was concerned because the label indicates that the diet is only 12% protein. It is a legitimate question and an explanation needs to be given. It all

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Would You Take A “Purple Heart” Away from a Service Dog?

Published on May 24, 2009 by in BARF



Did you know that the United States has been using military working dogs since the Revolutionary War? They were first used as equipment pack animals but throughout the years have offered their services as drug and explosives detectors, messengers, sentries, and scouts.  During the time of World War II thousands of families in America offered

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Diseases, How To Treat

Published on May 18, 2009 by in BARF, Health

The fundamental philosophy of natural medicine is that the body has the ability to heal itself from within if given the opportunity. Many diseases are named and treated ineffectively or misdiagnosed. Most diseases are the result of an imbalance in the biological terrain. It is a systematic approach to utilize holistic medicine along with conventional

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Finding The Finish Line

Published on May 15, 2009 by in BARF

 We have all heard stories about people that have overcome unsurmountable levels of obstacles to accomplish a dream or to find the finish line.  I am so proud of my two partners in the dog food business that prior to reaching social security age have ventured beyond the expected and have reached for a goal.

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