As a supplement, raw goat milk has some great nutritional benefits for dogs and cats alike. We frequently recommend it to add hydration to a dry (kibble) diet. But what does the research say? Expert Tip: Goat milk should not be used as a primary source of nutrition.
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Every day there is more information made available to educate owners on various diets available. Commonly discussed and debated topics include grain-free foods and the age-old practice of giving your pets “table food.” Should we feed human food to our pets? The short answer is it depends. Some of these foods can be very beneficial and some could have unintended negative consequences.
You may wonder if it’s necessary to supplement your pet’s diet with vegetables, especially if they don’t seem to like them.
On April 21, 2020, AVMA shared a CIDRAP article on MDR pathogens in raw meat diets for dogs.
We recommend a variety of supplements for varying reasons, however the most common reason is to improve upon a kibble. Here are some of our favorite tips for improving the health of your pet on dry food:
Many people believe that pets eating grass are a sign of an upset stomach, but this is usually not the case. In fact, it’s perfectly natural and healthy for dogs and cats to eat grass.
Throughout the past 3 months, several peer-reviewed articles indicated how critical the microbiota and micro-biome are to canine behavior, health and performance, each warranting its own discussion. The following article discusses why canines should regularly receive probiotic supplementation to support their unique needs, and prevent common ailments and diseases
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