Category Archives for Nutrition

Therapeutic Fasting and Calorie Restriction

For many of us, choosing to feed our dogs more like their wild ancestors is an easy choice.  Most people see value in choosing fresh, whole foods for their dogs instead of processed and cooked foods. 

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Raw Fish and Parasites

Raw fish is safe for your dog – in fact, it’s safe for most humans! But people have a fear of raw fish and parasites. Many raw feeders love to supplement their dog’s diet with fish,

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Salmon Disease In Dogs

If you live in the Pacific Northwest, you might be aware Salmon Disease or Salmon Poisoning. If you’re not aware of it, you might want to read on. In the Northwest, salmon and other fish that swim

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Genetically Engineered Crops in Pet and Human Foods

The inclusion of genetically engineered crops and feed additives in livestock and poultry feed, in pet foods, and directly into the human food chain is a major health concern. This is especially true with

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Reporting Adverse Events

Has your pet suffered an adverse reaction to a drug, pesticide or vaccine?  Adverse events to these products occur with alarming frequency but sadly, they are often under-reported.  This leads to an

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