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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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My Dog Has Pancreatitis. Can a Raw Dog Food Diet Help?

While it’s true that our dogs are carnivores, it’s important to note that they are also very resourceful scavengers and, as such, can survive eating foods that are essentially detrimental to their health and longevity.  Yes, your dog can live off of kibble and canned pet foods (which are high in carbohydrates) and they may

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Alarming Statistics on Pet Obesity A Serious Cause For Concern

By Robert Mueller, B. Pharm. Obesity in dogs and cats has become an alarming problem in America and throughout the world.  A 2012 survey conducted by the Association for Pet Obesity revealed that 52.5% of dogs and 58.3% of cats seen by veterinarians across the country are considered overweight or obese.  This ever-increasing health epidemic

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Are Eggs Good For Dogs?

By Robert Mueller, B. Pharm. May is National Egg Month (remember the “incredible edible egg”?) so it seems to be the perfect time to highlight the benefits of raw eggs for dogs.  Pet owners new to feeding dogs raw meat based diets will often ask about whether raw eggs are good for dogs too.  The

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