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Too Much Of A Good Thing? Dog Diarrhea And Vomiting

By Rob Mueller We have all done it…over-indulged during the holidays. It is not necessarily that we ate too much, but the combination of different foods, rich desserts, and treats can cause uncomfortable results. Is there any reason not to believe that our pets can suffer from the same type of over-indulgence? After all, we

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What Pet Food Labels Really Mean

Pet food is a multi-billion dollar industry. There are some companies who genuinely care about the health and well-being of the pets they impact. There are others companies whose sole purpose is to generate the biggest profit they can. While using cheap ingredients and cutting corners is one way get ahead, another is to generate

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Gluten Intolerance: Why Going Grain-Free Can Cure Allergies

A question came up the other day from a customer that was concerned about her dog’s intolerance to gluten. Her question was whether or not she should be concerned about feeding a beef diet to her pet if the cow had been fed a grain diet, which naturally contains gluten. She was worried that there

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Adding Garlic to Your Dog’s Diet

Forget what you have heard about garlic for dogs! The use of garlic as a safe, medicinal plant in holistic medicine has been used for quite some time. It is only recently in the last decade that the safety of garlic for dogs (and cats) has come under close scrutiny due to its properties as

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