by Gerald Pepin
Healthy things you CAN feed your dog!
Rolled oats can improve a dog’s digestion and can lower a dog’s cholesterol level. They can be used topically to heal sores and wounds and even used to make . . .
Rich in fibre and protein, gluten-free haricot beans make a tasty, highly nutritious, low calorie, low fat snack, ideal for any dog who is overweight or who suffers . . .
Nutrient-rich kelp can help improve the overall health of your dog. It helps improve a dog’s skin and coat, can reduce itchiness, improve thyroid function . . .
Once they’re cooled, we recommended you either refrigerate your dog’s meals (in order to preserve their natural goodness) for a maximum of 3 days, or . . .
Calcium is a mineral essential in developing and maintaining a healthy dog. It helps in the development and maintenance of strong bones, teeth, nails and coat . . .
If your dog struggles to maintain weight but has been given a clean bill of health by your vet, try bulking up his or her food by adding some extra . . .
Feeding your dog an organic diet would be nice, but for most of us, it’s just not realistic. Just be happy you’re doing your dog proud by making homemade . . .
A food allergy can be described as an immune system reaction which affects various organs of the body, including the largest organ of all, the skin. Food allergies . . .
Ear infections come in at number two on the list of the most common medical conditions requiring veterinary intervention, second only to skin allergies . . .