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Dog Nutrition

  1. Get Your Puppy's Digestion on Track with These Probiotic Biscuits!

    Get Your Puppy's Digestion on Track with These Probiotic Biscuits!

    Do you enjoy spending time with your dog? If so, you're going to love this new recipe for dog kefir biscuits! These delicious biscuits are perfect for spoiling your furry friend. Not only are they nutritious and healthy, but they're also easy to make.

    All you need is a few simple ingredients and a little bit of time. So get cookin' and give your pup the best!

     

     

                                                 

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  2. Your guide to starting a puppy on RawChoice

    Your guide to starting a puppy on RawChoice

     

    Starting a puppy on RawChoice is easy. First, start by figuring out how much do you need to feed your puppy. This depends on the age and the anticipated body weight. You can use our calculator (http://www.rawchoice.ca/calculator.html) or use the following general guideline:

     

    8 weeks to 16 weeks: Anticipated Adult Weight x 2%

     

    16 weeks to 9 months: Anticipated Adult Weight x 2.5%

     

    6 months to 18 months (high energy breeds only): Anticipated Adult Weight x 3%

     

    Examples:

     

    Example 1:

     

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  3. What supplements veterinarians give their own dogs?

    What supplements veterinarians give their own dogs?

    A word of caution before we proceed:

    Consult your veterinarian BEFORE giving your dog any supplement or vitamin

    It's hugely important not to give your dog, and especially senior ones, anything  without consulting your veterinarian first if he/she has any underlying health problems or is taking any medications or other supplements. Even a 'natural' remedy could have some serious health consequences.

    Even if your dog appears healthy, it's always a good idea to check with your vet before starting giving supplements, vitamins, herbal or holistic remedies, or other products. Giving supplements should be part of an overall health strategy, not the only strategy.

    As someone who has licensed and consulted for licensing products with Health Canada and has over 9 years of Good Manufacturing Practices experience, I am very picky when it comes to which supplements I use and recommend. In many cases, the science supporting the supplement claims

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