Calcium. It Does A Body Good.

As people educate themselves about the best way to care for their pets, many have made the move to feeding a natural raw diet or, in some cases, a home cooked diet.  While real food is always better for your pet than commercial kibble pet food, it is important that all of your pet’s nutritional […]

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Three Great Reasons to Add Raw Goat’s Milk to your Dog’s Diet

Raw goat’s milk is one of the most complete foods on earth.  Full of trace minerals, vitamins, electrolytes, trace elements, enzymes, protein and fatty acids, unpasturized goat’s milk is incredibly easy for our dogs to digest and utilize.  Even dogs who have a hard time digesting dairy products derived from cow’s milk can do extremely […]

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8 Reasons Your Dog May Need Digestive Enzymes

Digestive enzymes break down the molecules of food and essentially allow the body to more fully digest proteins, fats and carbohydrates. This helps the dog assimilate the nutrients more efficiently and aids in digestion. Probiotics are beneficial bacteria in the digestive tract. These bacteria help to keep the unfriendly bacteria in check and restore the […]

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K9 Ear Solutions – A Versatile Ear Cleaner

Ear cleaners proliferate the shelves of large chain pet super stores and boutique pet shops alike.  Keeping ears clean is somewhat like keeping nails clipped – a regular doggy duty that happens at regular intervals.  Ears are the perfect place for our dogs to harbor infections and yeasty overgrowth.  They are a warm, moist climate, […]

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Grizzly Pet Products – Pollock Oil

For years we have all known the importance of giving fish oil to our pets on a regular basis.  It may indeed be the most important supplement that we can give no matter what our animals eat.  Dogs and cats that are fed kibble benefit even more from the outside supplementation of fish oil due […]

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Why Whole Food Sources are the Best Sources for Your Dog

We spend countless time checking out supplements for our furry friends and spend countless dollars making sure that they get exactly what they need.  What has held true since the inception of synthetic and refined foods is that whole foods are infinitely better for people AND dogs.  No question.  This goes for the foods we […]

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Cran-Tri-C – For Immune System and Urinary Tract Health

Due to the fact that dogs manufacture vitamin C within their own bodies, it was long thought and accepted that they did not need to procure it from outside sources.  As time went by and the benefits of the vitamin became apparent, people began to see that while dogs did produce their own, it benefited […]

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The Best Calcium Supplement – Eggshellent Calcium

Since raw feeders are always on the lookout for a deal, we often may find ourselves the proud owners of boneless meat that was either purchased on sale, gifted to us from hunter friend, or the product of a neighbor’s freezer clean-out.  Regardless of where you found your bounty, you want to be able to […]

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With Winter Comes Dry Skin – Try Grizzly Salmon Oil!

Summer has drawn to a close and fall is rapidly cooling.  By this time of the year, many of us have already turned on our furnaces are are getting ready for a long chilly winter.  What people don’t realize is that while heating our homes, we are drying out the very air around us.  This […]

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The Rolls Royce of Joint Supplements – Level 5000

Joint supplements are everywhere.  Sometimes its hard for a pet owner to know just what is going to be best for their dog.  Why not go with one that is PACKED with goodness?  Liquid Health’s Level 5000 is, by far, the most powerful formula yet! Level 5000 contains exceptionally high doses of the most widely […]

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Keep Your White Dog Stain Free – NATURALLY!

Anyone who has ever owned a mostly white dog knows the trials and tribulations of dealing with tear stains.  Even worse than that is dealing with muzzle staining, leg staining – ANYTHING staining!  Light colored and pure white dogs, are susceptible to staining from eye discharge and licking.  Licking can be on any body part […]

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