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How To Keep Your Pet Safe This Winter

Published on December 6, 2016 by in BARF

By Monica Samson This time of year holiday travel is at its peak. If you’re planning a trip yourself, you may be considering whether to take your pet along with you.  Like many other pet parents, you may worry how well your dog will do on a long flight or car ride.  For those with

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How The BARF Diet Helps Manage Urolithiasis

Published on November 22, 2016 by in BARF

By Robert Mueller Urolithiasis is a general term describing a common disorder of the lower urinary tract in dogs and cats. It refers to stones or uroliths that develop in the kidney, ureter, bladder or urethra affecting approximately 7% of cats and 3% of dogs seen at veterinary clinics. This is typically a condition found

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The Hopes And Hazards Of Raw Feeding

Published on November 22, 2016 by in BARF

By Dr. Richard Patton People charged with overseeing the safety of our food supply have a crucial role in society that is not properly appreciated. In a westernized community, food borne illness is so rare that citizens take food safety for granted. In the United States, the probability of a lethal food poisoning from any

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Feeding Your Pet With Safety In Mind

Published on November 15, 2016 by in BARF

By Robert Mueller Man and animals are dependent on foods of plant and animal origin. As nature has taught us, food obtained in a fresh, raw state will spoil quickly. Thus methods to properly preserve foods and extend their shelf life have been developed and improved on over time. Heat destroys nutrients found in processed

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