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Dog Treats Are a Way to Your Dog’s Heart

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With literally hundreds of dog food brands out there and dozens of kinds to sift through, choosing the right one for the family pet can be a little tricky. But making sure that the beloved four legged family member gets the best out of his nutrition is important. In order to find the right kind of dog food, it is… Read more »

Natural Heartworm Preventative

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For most of us, we treat our pets like our own children; and it is painful to see them suffer through difficult sicknesses like heartworm. If left untreated, the infected dog will most likely die within a few months of contraction. Here are some natural heartworm preventative measures that will ensure the safety of your dog in this matter. First… Read more »

Dog Information On Wysong Dog Food Products

When shopping for organic dog food, you must be critical. Too often you’ll find contrasting dog information, and you may have a hard time finding the truth. Buying Wysong Dog Food for Your Dog Before buying a brand such as Wysong dog food, you need to make a serious assessment. Find out all the positive and negative things said about… Read more »

Dog Food Review – Life’s Abundance Dog Food

Dogs are historically scavengers and of course, primarily meat eaters. In fact, a natural diet for dogs included bones, chunks of carcass, fish guts, animal guts and heads, together with rotten greens and fruits. In the pre-domesticated stage, dogs started to consume discarded human food, which continued until relatively recent times.

Life’s Abundance® is made using only fresh, human-quality ingredients such as premium all natural chicken and top quality catfish with the best fresh fruit such as tree ripened applies, vegetables like crisp fresh carrots, and select farm foods such as eggs.

Raw Dog Food – Is It Best?

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Is raw dog food best for your dog? Do you remember what a good nutritionist always says? The closer to the natural state the food we eat is – the better it is for our health. The same is true for canines. If you think about it, animals have lived off organic substances in the wild for thousands of years… Read more »

Natural Dog Food Is Less Processed And More Nutritious

Many dogs are deprived of essential nutrients in their diets unknowingly by their owners. While having the best intentions, these owners are continuing to feed their pets commercial dry and canned foods. By processing, these foods lack the nutrition of a natural dog food. Essential digestive enzymes which cause chemical reactions to process the animals intake are missing in the… Read more »

Pet Food Choices Require Careful Consideration

In addition to the appropriate balance of protein, carbohydrates, and fat, pet foods are usually enhanced with several vitamins and minerals to supposedly provide proper nutrition. Pet foods also contain various additives, including either artificial or natural preservatives and colorings. Like people, dogs flourish on a nutritious, well-adjusted diet needing, in particular, correct amounts of protein, carbohydrates, and fat. Many… Read more »

Dog Information is an Important Part Of Choosing Dog Food

Much like people in America, dogs in America are becoming fatter and fatter. While they live happily with their owners, many dogs are less active and eat worse diets than just a decade or two ago. This causes more illnesses, higher vet bills, and shorter life spans of many family dogs. Many dogs have been placed on special diets by… Read more »

Dog Obesity Issues

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Walking The Dog – Exercise and Bonding for the Benefit of Both The special bond between people and dogs goes back to prehistory – probably more than 14,000 years. There is no other species with so strong and beneficial a link to humanity, perhaps because dogs give us so many different kinds of support and pleasure. For centuries they worked… Read more »

What Dog Obesity Can Tell Us About People

It’s a common semi-humorous observation that dogs and their owners tend to look alike. Unfortunately, one way they resemble each other all too often is in being overweight. With obesity statistics going through the roof for both people and dogs, it’s worth taking a closer look at whether there actually is a link between the weight problems of dogs and… Read more »