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NATURAL PET FOOD 101 Pet Care

NATURAL PET FOOD 101 WHAT ARE THE BASICS I NEED TO KNOW? We all want to give our loyal companions the best care and comfort. Best doesn’t necessarily have to mean expensive. We can keep pets on a budget and still ensure they receive the care to remain healthy and happy. In this article, you will find some of the basics to assure best possible...

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IS YOUR PET SUFFERING FROM MOTION SICKNESS? Pet Care

IS YOUR PET SUFFERING FROM MOTION SICKNESS? Though any pet can develop motion sickness, dogs are the most frequent sufferers probably because they are taken out so much. The first step in helping your dogs become good travelers is to take them out everywhere so they get used to the car, especially when they are pups. Healthy, frequently handled, and well-socialized pets can handle car...

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WHAT HAPPENED TO THE GORGEOUS SHINY COAT? Pet Care

WHAT HAPPENED TO THE GORGEOUS SHINY COAT? Do you notice hot spots, bare patches, feline acne, dull-looking fur, itching, bumpy rashes, scratching, shedding, bad odor, dandruff, greasy coat, pigment changes, matting, and tangles on your cat or dog? In most pets, minor skin and coat problems occasionally occur but it should never be a consistent problem. Skin is an organ of elimination and may be...

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WHY IS RAW FOOD BETTER FOR MY PET Pet Care

WHY IS RAW FOOD BETTER FOR MY PET? What is the problem with cooked food? Don’t we eat cooked food? A French chemist Paul Kouchakoff discovered something very interesting in the 1930s. He noticed that as soon as cooked or processed food is tasted, white blood cells rush to the intestines and try to destroy it as if it is a pathogen. When the volunteers...

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FOOD IS EVERYTHING! Pet Care

FOOD IS EVERYTHING! Is Natural Diet Safe for My Pet? Commercial pet food is a massive, and ever-expanding industry. Just because these pet foods are designed in laboratories by people with academic credentials, and because they contain a long list of nutrients, they are not necessarily superior to anything an animal might otherwise consume. Pet food manufacturers and their ‘sponsored’ veterinarians have done a good...

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DOES MY PET REALLY NEED SUPPLEMENTS? Pet Care

DOES MY PET REALLY NEED SUPPLEMENTS? Animals in their natural environments consume fresh, raw food which they scavenge following their natural instincts and needs. They receive all their nutrient needs through this food. They have to be physically active and alert in order to get the food, which also helps them properly digest what they eat. This natural process of hunting, eating, digesting, and activity...

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IS MY PET ALLERGIC TO SOMETHING Pet Care

IS MY PET ALLERGIC? HOW DO I FIND OUT? Sudden scratching, vomit, break out in hives, diarrhea, limp, wheeze, shake, drool, fatigue right after eating, can all be signs that your pet is having an allergic reaction. More often than not, food is responsible for these allergies in pets. Though chemicals, food additives, mold, and contaminated drinking water also cause allergic reactions. In most cases,...

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I WOULD LIKE TO GO RAW BUT WHAT ABOUT MEAT SAFETY? Pet Care

I WOULD LIKE TO GO RAW, BUT WHAT ABOUT MEAT SAFETY? The reason most veterinarians discourage the use of fresh raw food in a pet’s diet is the fear of lingering infections due to contaminated meat. Even though healthy cats and dogs can eat any raw meat and thrive, the fear of salmonella and E. coli are real and need to be considered. It is...

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HAIRBALLS: IS YOUR CAT SPITTING OUT WAY TOO MANY OF THEM? Pet Care

HAIRBALLS: IS YOUR CAT SPITTING OUT WAY TOO MANY OF THEM? Gag. Hack. Hack. Spit. And you are presented with an unwanted gift of a slimy looking ball of hair! Hairballs are a reality cat-owners learn to live with, but it doesn’t need to be this way. Cats swallow hair as they groom themselves, and if the hair is not pushed through the digestive tract,...

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CONSTIPATION IN PETS Pet Care

CONSTIPATION IN PETS ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW Constipation is a fairly common affliction among inadequately exercised pets who are fed a commercial diet; and not-so-surprisingly, it is a rare occurrence among pets who are fed a natural diet and are well-exercised. The easiest way to prevent (and resolve) this condition is to provide a nutritious natural diet with ample drinking water, fresh air, and...

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