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Feb
24

Keep the vet bills down with an all natural dog food diet

Keep the vet bills down with an all natural dog food diet
Any dog is just like a member of your family, they need you to watch their diet and what they eat. There are many advantages to be had, by feeding your dog natural food. A diet of all natural dog food is rich in vitamin E and C, which is very important for their health and well being.

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Feb
14

The best way to buy your first Ferret

The best way to buy your first Ferret

If you wish to have a ferret, you will in all likelihood have more luck buying them from a breeder or an animal shelter instead of a pet shop. This is because it needs some time and effort to care for these pets particularly since they call for constant attention.

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Feb
04

Dog food FAQ's

Dog food FAQ's
Pet food was at one time a very simple matter, most people simply fed pets the scraps from their tables. Nowadays we know that feeding our dogs scraps is bad and may cause health problems because the foods that humans eat are not always suitable for dogs.

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Jan
14

Biting puppy syndrome is a problem

Biting puppy syndrome is a problem
Dogs are best-known to be man's best friend, you as the owner of the dog, are responsible for training your dog, if you want him to live up to being mans best friend. when you take home that cute little dog it has a loving and rambunctious nature. What he requires is discipline and that's you come into play.

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Jan
07

Your dog's diet - Can you harm your pet with too much protein?

Your dog's diet - Can you harm your pet with too much protein?
Recent research indicated that higher levels of protein in your dog's diet might lead to kidney failure. Do you know if your dogs diet is safe? Are you killing your furry sidekick by providing too much protein in your dogs diet?

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Dec
31

Your dog's diet and the effect it has on its outputs

Your dog's diet and the effect it has on its outputs
If you are a computer guru, you may remember the term GIGO. This term stands for Garbage In. Garbage Out. Indeed, what does this have to do with your dog's diet? Well, your dog may be no walking, wagging, and barking computer, but he or she works in the same way. What food goes into your pet will eventually come out in the end.

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