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Diabetes is one of the most frustrating diseases vets see, and it is so easy to prevent in many dogs. Diabetes happens almost exclusively in dogs on kibble, and this article explains the biology behind it. If you feed your dog a raw or cooked diet, you are very likely preventing your dog from getting this difficult to treat disease. The purpose of this article is to help owners whose dogs suffer from diabetes, and also help those who want to prevent it. Read more here.
It’s hard to believe that I didn’t really like chemistry in high school. Now, I find it fascinating, because I can see how chemistry and minerals can make our dogs’ bodies, and our own, function optimally. There is something so mighty and powerful in giving the body minerals: They power the 37 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 (37 thousand billion billion) chemical reactions in the body every second! I am such a fan of minerals that I even see a little personality in each one. So if you want to know who the Arnold Schwarzenegger and James Bond of the mineral world are, read on; it’s nothing like you learned in school!
Wondering why dogs get gas and a little chihuahua can clear the room with its strong presence? This blog explains all you need to know about flatulence in dogs and what to do about it without the use of drugs and chemicals.
I’m about to make a confession that may shock you: I don’t always pick up Pax’s poop! While I’d never leave dog poop on a stranger’s lawn, I will leave it in the grass or forest, with good reason. Read on to learn why so-called eco-friendly dog poop bags aren’t always what they seem, and how our dog’s poop can help the soil and environment when left to biodegrade naturally.
Do you know why I love what I do? I’ve found my passion in life helping thousands of dog lovers every year learn the four steps to creating a healthy life for their dogs: feeding our dogs natural food, providing our dogs with essential supplements, putting our dogs through a twice yearly detox, and making sure our dogs are mobile, active and pain-free.
If you’re feeling down or find yourself in a difficult situation, read how a raw bone for dogs, an army of ants and a washing machine inspired me to contemplate human resilience and why just a little bit of stress can actually do us good.