The NRC and How it Benefits the Raw Feeding Community

The NRC and How it Benefits the Raw Feeding Community

Today it is very challenging to find real food sources for all living beings. It is a trend that began in wartime to ensure freshness and sustainability of food for our armed forces. We, unfortunately, have allowed this unhealthy way of life to continue by promoting a...

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3 Easy Ways to Add Potassium to Your Dog’s Diet

3 Easy Ways to Add Potassium to Your Dog’s Diet

Potassium is an electrolyte and is vital to your dog's health. Potassium aids in the functioning of electrical charges in the heart, nerves, and muscles. If your dog is deficient in this critical mineral you may see that your dog is tired all the time, which is not...

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Could Certain Dog Foods Cause Heart Failure?

Could Certain Dog Foods Cause Heart Failure?

Could certain dog foods cause heart failure? Dr. Laurie DVM, a graduate of Cornell's College of Veterinary Medicine with advanced training in nutrition, talks about taurine and DCM (dilated cardiomyopathy). Some breeds are predisposed to DCM but UC Davis has found a...

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Aluminum Toxicity in Pets

Aluminum Toxicity in Pets

What does Aluminum have to do with my pet? Unfortunately, aluminum is everywhere. Our water systems, food, soil and in our dog's vaccines and food bowl. Aluminum is toxic and dangerous. It doesn't belong in our dog's body but it's a fact that dogs can become sick from...

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3 Reasons to Feed Goat’s Milk to Your Dog

3 Reasons to Feed Goat’s Milk to Your Dog

Could certain dog foods cause heart failure? Dr. Laurie DVM, a graduate of Cornell's College of Veterinary Medicine with advanced training in nutrition, talks about taurine and DCM (dilated cardiomyopathy). Some breeds are predisposed to DCM but UC Davis has found a...

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What is Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA)?

What is Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA)?

HTMA stands for Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis. HTMA is a test that analyzes the mineral content and heavy metals in hair. After you cut the hair from yourself or pet, then it's "prepared in a licensed clinical laboratory through a series of chemical and...

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