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Three Reasons to Switch to a Raw Cat Food Diet

Raw cat food has emerged as a popular choice among pet owners seeking to mimic the natural diet of wild felines. This diet primarily consists of muscle meat, bones, organ meats, and even small amounts of fruits and vegetables, closely [...]

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The Prey Animal Concept & Raw Food Diets

Eat. Sleep. Prey. The dance between predator and prey paints a picture of survival, adaptation, and the intricate balance of ecosystems. This interplay, known as the Prey Animal Concept, sheds light on how prey animals, like rabbits, deer, and fish, [...]

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Skin Allergies

Analyzing an uncomfortable situation According to a national survey, veterinarians treat more skin disorders than any other problem. So many of us know the heartbreaking, helpless feelings we get when our pet is suffering an allergic reaction. Allergies, which manifest [...]

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Hearts Have Higher Taurine

Why Hearts Have Higher Taurine If you are a dedicated cat parent who wants keep your kitty as healthy as possible, you’ve likely already read about the benefits and necessity of feeding your little feline food containing taurine. Furthermore, you [...]

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Please consult your veterinarian before implementing any new diet, exercise, and dietary supplement programs, especially if your pet has preexisting medical conditions or is taking prescribed medications. The statements made on this website are for educational purposes only and are not meant to replace the advice of your veterinarian.

Proper treatment of health conditions depends upon several factors, including, but not limited to, your pet’s medical history, diet, lifestyle, and medication regimen. Your veterinarian can best assess and address your pet’s individual health care needs. You should consult with your veterinarian before starting a new diet, supplement, or treatment regimen. Individual results may vary.

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