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BARF - Is raw feeding necessarily a better choice?

Biologically Appropriate Raw Food, BARF, is a type of diet that focuses on raw meat and bone feeding to provide the necessary nutrition needed by a dog. Also known as the Bones And Raw Food Diet, and the Born Again Raw Food diet, BARF diet is picking up and getting more popular lately.

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A healthier dog diet - Changing away from commercial dog food

Unless you have been living in space for the past decades, you should know that it is not difficult to find artificial coloring, artificial flavorings, and sweeteners ingredients listed in most of the package food that we human beings eat today.

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Putting your dog on a diet for weight loss

Most dogs will begin to be less active and will self-exercise less as they age. Some breeds are naturally more likely to gain weight and be couch dogs rather than active pets, so it is important to help them eat only the food they need, not all that they want. Some dogs are naturally able to regulate their food whereas other dogs simply eat until they can’t hold another bite. Understanding how your dog eats and how much they eat can help you determine how to best help them manage their weight or how to effectively help them lose weight.

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Prevent feline UTI with a raw food diet (Part 1)

A feline Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) often causes cats to stop using their litter boxes. This is a very painful condition for kitty. Using her logic, she thinks that because it hurts to use the litter box, maybe she should urinate someplace else. It might not hurt to urinate in another part of the house. And so the problems begin...

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A healthy diet for dogs

Most dog owners rely on dry or canned food as the mainstay of their dog's diet. However, in spite of commercial claims to the contrary, most dogs on the traditional dog food diet are nutritionally deprived.
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The correct diet for cats

Cats have some basic nutritional needs. They need protein, which you can get from meat, fish, or poultry; taurine, which is an essential amino acid; and other vitamins, enzymes, minerals. Water is also important for your cat because most of them forget to drink water for days on end.

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