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How the BARF Diet® Helps You Manage Urolithiasis

By:  Robert Mueller This affects 3% of dogs and 7% of cats What is Urolithiasis? 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%

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Pumpkin… It’s The Miracle Food For Pets!

By:  Robert Mueller Pumpkin may be just what your pet’s upset stomach needs. I don’t know about you, but it seems like all I see in the grocery store these days are pumpkins… and lots of them piled high outside in bins… and I guess it’s not surprising with Halloween right around the corner. I’ve

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Cancer In Pets – Is it Preventable?

By Robert Mueller, B. Pharm. Cancer is on the rise in pets today The rate of humans contracting cancer is ever increasing and unfortunately this trend is as prevalent in veterinary clinics as it is in medical facilities across the United States. It has been reported that cancer is a major killer in our pet

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Why A Raw Food Really Works To Solve Your Pet’s Digestive Problems

By Robert Mueller, B. Pharm. The Humane Society of the U.S. estimates that up to 10,000 cats and dogs die each year from exposure to ethylene glycol containing antifreeze.[1] Ethylene glycol is the active ingredient in antifreeze. Unfortunately, many older cars tend to have leaky radiator hoses and this can cause a pool of antifreeze

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