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[Post] Are you confused about how often your dog needs vaccines? You're not alone ... your vet probably is too.

What Does Your Vet REALLY Know About Vaccines?
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⚡ Flash quiz ...

1. Should your dog be eating beaks, feet, fur and feathers?

2. Are by-products one of the most important parts of dog food?

3. Are you 100% certain your dog's raw diet is 100% complete?

If you answered "No" to any of these questions, today's article is for you (and if you answered "Yes" to all three, then you still might want to read it)! Because most raw diets,...
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Feeding Your Dog A Raw Diet? Don't Leave The Skin And Fur Out! - Dogs Naturally Magazine
While your dog needs the omega-3 fatty acids fish oil contains, it’s also loaded with heavy metals, PCBs, radioactive particles … and fish oil oxidizes every time it’s exposed to oxygen and the rancid fats can create inflammation in your dog.

We’ll show you why fish oil is one of the most toxic foods you can give your dog … and how you can replace it with healthy, environment-friendly...
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Believe It or Not ... Fish Oil is Harming Your Dog
Fall in love with this sweet doughnut recipe for your dog! Show your love and make these sweet (and nutritious) treats today! (And don't forget to share your own Valentine's treat pictures with us)

Fall In Love With This Doughnut Pupcake Recipe - Dogs Naturally Magazine
Your dog's gut is like your car.

It's something you take for granted ... until something goes wrong!
Your car isn't just a machine ... it's something that makes your quality of life much better. And the same goes for your dog's gut.

You might think the gut just digests food, but today's article will show you that it does so much more:

▫ The gut produces your dog's vitamins

▫ It drives your...
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No Guts, No Glory! Why A Healthy Gut Matters!
A great article by Food Safety News outlining how Evangers' long, sordid history of FDA warnings and sloppy manufacturing processes. This follows on the heels of the recent recall for pentobarbitol poisoning.

Deadly barbiturates preceded by 9 years of pet food problems | Food Safety News
[New Post] When it comes to your dog’s diet, less fat isn’t necessarily better … and not all fats are the same.

Medium Chain Fatty Acids (MCFAs) are unique fats that are found in good amounts in only a few foods.

Nearly 2,000 studies have proven their health benefits so in today's post, we've compiled a list of the top benefits of these unique fats.

MFCAs have been proven to be effective...
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Is Your Dog Missing Out On These Important Fats?
[Flea Post] 2016 was one of the worst years on record for fleas and we've received thousands of requests for natural recipes for flea control ...

So we recruited expert herbalist Rita Hogan to share her best, proven natural flea remedies. Get your spray bottles and grocery list ready, it's time to keep those fleas out of your home or permanently evict the ones already living there!

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Our Best Home Remedies For Fleas
[Post] Holistic veterinarian Dr Deva Khalsa explains why you should avoid the allergy drug Apoquel ...

Why I Wouldn't Give My Dog Apoquel - Dogs Naturally Magazine
Why is mother's "first milk" so important to your dog? Dana Scott discusses the 5 key benefits to adding Colostrum to your dog's diet.

Here Are 5 Reasons To Give Your Dog Colostrum
[New Post] Is your dog itching, scratching or licking his paws? Does he have yeasty ears or is he scooting on your rugs because his anal glands are full and irritated?

If you think the cause of your dog's itchy skin is allergies, you're probably wrong! Check it out on the blog now ...

Dog Allergies...Or Is It Something In The Water? - Dogs Naturally Magazine
Sneaky “Greenwashing” marketing can make dog owners believe dry pet shampoos will remove grease and repel dirt… but there are very real problems with these convenience products.

Dry shampoo creates the facade that your dog is clean because it absorbs the sebum (natural oils) that keeps your dog’s skin healthy and gives it an appearance of shiny and clean ... but in reality it absorbs more...
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Dry Shampoo For Dogs: Convenient ... But Is It Safe?
Heavy metals are everywhere … and they’re wreaking havoc with your dog’s health.

Poisonous metals like aluminum, lead and mercury are found in your dog’s vaccines and drugs, in his food ... and in everything we make, from concrete to plastic.

In today’s article we’ll show you how you can prevent and treat heavy metal damage in your dog … and we’ll also show you the common chemical you’ll...
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Heavy Metal Detox For Dogs: Why It's Important!
[New Post] Free radical damage can cause joint disease, cancer and premature aging in your dog. We'll show you how this pink colored superfood can protect your dog from harm!

Astanxanthin For Dogs: Protect Against Cancer, Joint Pain And More! - Dogs Naturally Magazine
Just about every dog - at some time in his life - will have some kind of injury or orthopedic problem. But conventional drugs and anti-inflammatories can damage your dog's liver - and his joints! Check out Dr Todd Cooney's top natural and effective remedies for joint injury and pain.

Top 5 Remedies For Dog Joint Pain And Injury - Dogs Naturally Magazine
QUESTION: Should your pet food contain fish oil?
ANSWER: Never!

DID YOU GET THE ANSWER WRONG? That's OK, we're here to help! Check out the third and final part of this complete article where we'll evaluate a lot of real foods - maybe even your dog's food - and we'll show you the simple rules you need to follow to find the perfect food for your dog ...

EVERYTHING You Wanted To Know About Choosing A Dog Food! - Dogs Naturally Magazine
If you don't already know why you should feed your dog probiotics, here are a few quick reasons:

- They help with proper digestion
- They produce the important B vitamins
- They help the body absorb nutrients like calcium, magnesium and iron

However, if you are giving your dog probiotics without prebiotics, you may just be wasting your money.

Prebiotics are insoluble, indigestible fiber …...
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Corporations now own 15 percent to 20 percent of America’s 26,000 pet hospitals, and consolidators, copying the model pioneered by VCA, are buying them fast. (Banfield is one of the few big businesses building its own clinics; the rest are rolling them up.) In 2014 a chain of 250 hospitals called National Veterinary Associates was purchased by Ares Management for $920 million. In 2015 the...
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Why Big Business Is Putting Your Pet’s Life At Risk
Thanks for sharing your pic with us Valéry! Check it out DNM'ers - This is the Golden Paste recipe from our blog post "Healing With Turmeric Golden Paste For Dogs" If you want to make Golden Paste for your dog, like Valéry did, go ahead and get the recipe right here: [ Link ]

Enjoy & Share!
Just like your bank account stores money, your dog's "internal account" stores enzymes ...

... and when the cash flow is low, it's time to figure out how to replenish it!

Enzymes are special proteins your dog's body uses to digest and use the nutrients in his food. There are two types of enzymes:

1. The ones in the food you feed him
2. The ones his body makes in his digestive organs

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The Deal With Digestive Enzymes and Your Dog