Do Dogs and Cats Need Grains?

“Dogs are scavengers. Their diet included almost any food that provided calories — but rarely grain. A major factor in the domestication of dogs was the food available at the human garbage dump. The “tamer” wolves, those least afraid of humans, over a period of tens of thousands of years, became our close companions.” read more…


Antioxidants Protect Your Pet’s Health Too Natural Foods Are Good For You and Your Pet

“Contrary to popular belief, not all dietary fats cause obesity in your pet. Just as in humans, the “good” fats (omega-3 fats) enhance energy production in your dog or cat, so they actually create less fat. Because most pets consume an abundance of high carbohydrate, empty calorie dry foods (kibble), the pet obesity issue is quickly rivaling the human obesity epidemic. ” read more…


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