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How Life Stage Dog Foods Differ

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When shopping for dog food, it is common to buy by the brand. Beyond the brand of the food, you should take into consideration the life stage of your dog. Life stages refer to the various developmental stages of a pet's life. For dogs it means puppy, adult, senior and for some dogs, a lower calorie diet for inactive & Read more �

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Pet Food Ingredient Definitions

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Animal Digest/Digest
The material that results from the chemical and/or enzymatic breakdown of clean animal tissue. If from a particular source may be labeled as such (i.e., chicken digest). Used to enhance the palatability of pet food products.

Animal Fat
See "Fat/Animal Fat"

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Choosing the right food for your dog

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Most foods are available in specific formulations tailored to match your dog's age, breed, weight and activity level, called life-stage formulas. Most brands are divided by life stage into the following categories.

Most foods are available in specific formulations tailored to match your dog's age, breed, weight and activity level, called life-stage formulas. Most brands are divided by life stage into & Read more �

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Which Working Dog is Right for You?

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In today's modern and mechanized world, most domestic canines function primarily as pets. But all domestic dogs were once bred to fulfill some need of mankind, and there are many breeds whose original duty was to serve in a working capacity. In every country specific breeds were used as guardians, draft dogs and hunters. Even now there are dogs that & Read more �

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Flea & Tick Dog Products Comparison

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Even very clean, pampered dogs can get fleas and ticks if pet parents don't stay on top of certain preventative steps. These preventative steps seek to minimize or eliminate a dog's chance of being a feeding ground for pesky fleas and ticks and include:

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Internal Parasites

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Virtually all puppies have some degree of internal parasitism, and proper treatment can have a tremendous influence on the puppy's overall health and development. In addition, some canine parasites can have serious adverse health effects on people, particularly children. We will limit ourselves to discussing intestinal parasites, but there are parasites that infect the respiratory and urinary systems as well. & Read more �

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Keeping Your Dog Cool When the Temperatures Rise

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The weather is getting warmer, and when temperatures go up, you will need to make some adjustments for your dogs. Here are some points to keep in mind:

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Winter Weather and Your Pet's Arthritis

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As the cold of winter settles upon us, making our lives more difficult with the shoveling of snow and icy driving conditions, it also can make life more difficult for our older pets. As pets age, they, like humans, can get arthritis in the joints. This can make it harder for them to run and jump and climb steps. The & Read more �

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Salmon Poisoning

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Eating raw fish may lead to salmon poisoning, a life-threatening syndrome that can cause diarrhea, dehydration and depression in your dog. Don't be fooled by the disease's name, such fresh water fish as steelhead and other trout can also carry the disease.

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Preventing Dental Disease

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Dental plaque, which is composed of bacteria, saliva and cellular debris, builds up on the enamel of the teeth. When plaque accumulates with food particles, it becomes hard, thick and yellow -- or calcified -- and is called tartar. 

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