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Archive for the ‘Dog Nutrition’ Category

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Filed Under (Dog Nutrition) by B-Naturals.com on 02-01-2018

A common complaint and frequent source of frustration for many dog owners is when their dogs experience symptoms of itching, scratching, face rubbing and ear shaking with a discharge. They often try bathing their dogs with special shampoos, they change their food, they check for fleas, and finally make an appointment to visit their veterinarian. […]

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Want to Feed the Best Diet for Your Dog, But Don’t Know How?   Now there is a fast and easy way to learn! Want to Feed the Best Diet for Your Dog, But Don’t Know How? Now there is a fast and easy way to learn! Check out Lew Olson’s easy-to-follow, on-line course videos! […]

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Filed Under (Dog Nutrition) by B-Naturals.com on 12-01-2017

I thought this matter had been settled! However, I recently ran into a couple of articles arguing that dogs were omnivores.

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Filed Under (Dog Nutrition) by B-Naturals.com on 11-01-2017

I am frequently asked about supplements. What supplements should I give my dog to maintain good health and which should I give to support a specific health issue? So this month, we’re going I am going to suggest helpful vitamins and supplements you can offer your dogs that are safe for daily use and those […]

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Filed Under (Dog Nutrition) by B-Naturals.com on 10-01-2017

I was asked on the K9Nutrition Facebook page to explain why dogs get gas and what causes it? This is a question that has numerous answers, but in most cases, the answer depends on what is in the dog’s diet. Dry dog food can be a known cause of gas simply due to the high […]

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Filed Under (Dog Nutrition) by B-Naturals.com on 09-01-2017

Bladder Stones – a common problem. There are a variety of bladder stones and each requires a different approach. If your dog has stones or crystals, always have your veterinarian perform a sterile urine culture as each are handled VERY DIFFERENTLY and not treated the same way! Remember, the only accurate pH reading on your […]

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Filed Under (Dog Nutrition) by B-Naturals.com on 08-01-2017

I wrote a newsletter about l-glutamine in November of 2006, so I decided it was time to revisit this subject. This amino acid has been used by body builders to help develop muscle mass. It has also been used for babies born prematurely to assist in better digestion, and to protect and regenerate the lining […]

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Filed Under (Dog Nutrition) by B-Naturals.com on 07-01-2017

Pancreatitis is inflammation of the pancreas. One of the functions of the pancreas is to release enzymes to help digest food. When the pancreas becomes inflamed, it releases enzymes in excess and begins to digest its own tissue. This creates trauma and pain to the dog. Symptoms of pancreatitis include loss of appetite, vomiting, arching […]

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Filed Under (Dog Nutrition) by B-Naturals.com on 06-01-2017

How to Improve Your Dog’s Diet! Every dog owner wants to make sure he/she is doing the best for their dog. With all the information available, it can be difficult sometimes to know what is best. A general rule of thumb is to provide some fresh animal-based protein and keep the carbohydrates to a minimum. […]

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Filed Under (Dog Nutrition) by B-Naturals.com on 05-01-2017

A question that frequently comes up is whether blood values can or cannot determine the nutritional needs of dogs.  For the most part, the answer is ‘No’.  Blood work results are described as a ‘snapshot’ of your dog’s blood values at the time the blood work is done and shows if infections, disease or other […]

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