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Tips On Swapping Your Dog’s Normal Food For Something New

Your dog can’t tell you if he has internal issues so he makes a very difficult patient. He can’t even let you know he has put weight on. As with people, dogs may have their lives directly affected by a range of minor and major diseases, etc. This means their quality of life is lower … Read more…

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Feeding Schedules For Dogs

Most of us prefer to use a scheduling tool to help organise our crazy lives. By using a planning tool, we set a routine so all the necessary tasks are accomplished, whether big or small. While dogs have no need for a diary to help them remember to collect the washing or go to Little … Read more…

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Should You Feed Your Dog Grains And Wheat?

If you wander along the shopping aisles in any pet food shop, you’ll see lots of expensive, big names of foods that claim to be “grain-free.” Furthermore, you’ll see messages urging you NOT to feed your pet anything with grains and, in fact, some marketing material tries to make you have guilty feelings if you … Read more…

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Dogs Should Eat Raw Meaty Bones

Dogs are very clever when it comes to finding things that are good to eat. They’ll often be eating things that crawl, creep, swim, run, fly and wriggle. However, it’s rare for you to discover whole animal carcasses you can feed to your dog. Hence the need for raw meaty bones. As with anything new, … Read more…

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Dog Food Contain Carbohydrates as Energy Sources

Almost all commercial dog foods contain carbohydrates. The focus is usually on fat and protein content in the food and people forget that carbohydrates also contribute to the quality of food you feed your dog. Carbohydrates are the cause of numerous health concerns, if not used properly. This article’s main focus is on non-fibrous carbohydrates … Read more…

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What To Feed Your Senior Dog

When do you think of your dog as being senior? A vet will say this is when a dog is in the last third of their life expectancy. A poodle generally lives to 15 years and becomes a senior at age 10. A golden retriever has a life expectancy of 13 years so he’s a … Read more…