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Vegetables To The Rescue

It wasn’t until I experienced skin issues with my French bulldog, Reagan, that I even remotely considered the possibility of having to feed my dog a vegetarian diet, since she has been raw fed since 8 weeks of age.  Reagan developed skin issues three weeks after her first rabies shot over 15 months ago.  I […]

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Does Your Dog Have Hot Spots?

Hot Spots Treatment And Prevention The poor unfortunate dog who gets hot spots!  Hot spots are areas of skin that become irritated and inflamed and are very uncomfortable.  They are usually circular in shape and are accompanied by hair loss, inflammation and sometimes a discharge of pus.  Hot spots are actually a form of dermatitis, […]

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The Dangerous Ingredients In Your Dog’s Food

There may be some dangerous ingredients in your dog’s food that aren’t necessarily on the label and you’re not even aware of it. Additionally, these foods may actually be causing our dogs to become ill.  Look at the food that you are currently feeding your dog – there are hidden ingredients that you cannot even […]

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The Totally Amazing Avocado And Your Dog

The mighty avocado!  We all know and are told that avocados are healthy and good for you.  And, they are not just for guacamole anymore!   But, did you know that they can greatly benefit your dog as well? It’s long been a golden standard from vets and other professionals that you should never feed […]

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Benefits Of Raw Meaty Bones

The benefits of raw meaty bones for your dog are numerous!   My dogs have always gotten raw meaty bones several times a week.  We have never had a problem with tartar buildup or rotten teeth or bad smelly breath.   I have had many people ask me why they should give their dog a raw meaty […]

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Transitioning To A Raw Diet

Transitioning your puppy to raw food is easy to do when “going raw”.  You also have the added ability to track and monitor ingredients and nutrients in raw food which is much safer than kibble.  There are a few things to keep in mind when you transition your dog to raw food.  First and foremost […]

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