Teaching Children Dog Owner Etiquette

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One of the most common reasons dogs get sent to shelters or put down is because they growl, bark, or bite at children. This is not always the fault of the dog. In fact, most of the time the reaction is a direct result of not teaching children about dog owner etiquette. By teaching your child how to interact with … Read More

Fasting: Dispelling Myth

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Original Article at Mercola Here The thought of skipping a meal for many people is unfathomable, and the thought of intentionally not feeding your healthy dog for a day might be considered cruelty to animals by some. But the truth is, most people and pets in North America overconsume food on a regular basis, resulting in a host of metabolic … Read More

Schemes Against The Raw Pet Food Industry

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Original Article at Mercola Here The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and State Departments of Agriculture have been quietly cracking down on raw pet foods, but their stated reasons for doing so contradict their own published data. There are several important things to know about how this can affect your pet and family. Consumer education about factory farming has turned … Read More

Making Raw Dog Food

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Inland Empire Raw is pleased to now be offering K-9 Kraving’s superior raw products to the Inland Northwest.   Like any responsible pet owner, you are probably wondering what exactly goes into making the food that you will eventually feed your dog.  It is an extreme rarity in the pet food industry that the end user can take a look into … Read More

The Dangers of Supermarket Pet Foods

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High quality pet food is designed to boost your pet’s immune system and sustain healthy levels of nutrients your dog needs to grow. Supermarket pet foods have a tendency to be filled with “fluffer” ingredients that won’t do much for your dog’s health. It’s the equivalent of feeding your child fast food every day instead of fruits and vegetables. Without … Read More

What’s Really in Pet Food

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Plump whole chickens, choice cuts of beef, fresh grains, and all the wholesome nutrition your dog or cat will ever need. When it comes to pet food ingredients, do you know what’s really in pet food? These are the images pet food manufacturers promulgate through the media and advertising. This is what the $11 billion per year U.S. pet food industry wants … Read More

Fighting Dog Obesity

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Why is your dog overweight? This is the question you need to ask yourself when trying to combat dog obesity. Is this a bad reaction to a medication? Is it a lack of activity? Improper dieting? Think about all of the reasons why your dog may be overweight, and then tackle each of them individually. Rather than eyeing how much … Read More

Give Them Meat: Why Are Vets Resistant To Raw Dog Food?

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Reprinted from: http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com (NOTE: We talk about feeding raw meat a lot! There are so many benefits to feeding a raw diet that it’s impossible to list them all here. Click the image below to get our free Introduction To Raw Feeding Video Guide and get started feeding raw!) At a Waltham Nutritional Sciences Symposium, researcher Professor Wouter Hendriks presented more evidence … Read More

Why I Almost Never Recommend This Popular Go-To Food

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Reprinted from: http://www.mercola.com Despite the fact that an increasing number of pet owners are becoming better informed about nutritionally balanced, species-appropriate diets for dogs and cats, sadly, it seems there’s still an awful lot of kibble being sold. According to a Packaged Facts survey conducted earlier in the year, pet owners generally believe dry food is: 1) healthier and 2) better for pets’ teeth.1 Honestly, … Read More