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How to improve your dog's dental health

How to improve your dog's dental health

Unfortunately, over 80% of dogs will experience some form of dental disease in their life. When a dog is fed a diet that mainly consists of kibble it can lead to the rapid growth of oral bacteria due to the high levels of carbohydrates which turn into sugar. Luckily raw food can drastically improve your dog's dental health, here's how...
Benefits of Goat Milk for dogs and cats!

Benefits of Goat Milk for dogs and cats!

Goat’s milk has grown in popularity and for good reason! It is a pre/probiotic powerhouse and has many benefits for dogs or cats, as it is a unive...
Why should you introduce Bone Broth to your dog?

Why should you introduce Bone Broth to your dog?

Bone broth is great for dogs because it is full of important vitamins, nutrients and proteins. It is rich in protein and low in fat! The amino aci...
Joint nutrition and your dog

Joint nutrition and your dog

As a dog ages the natural occurring glucosamine production slows down. You should start introducing joint supplements anywhere from the age of 3-5...
Importance of Organ Meat in your dog's diet

Importance of Organ Meat in your dog's diet

One of the best ways to up the nutritional value of a raw food bowl is by introducing organ meat! Organ meat is more densely packed with about every other nutrient in comparison to a regular cut of muscle meat. Organ meats contain Vitamin D, which is one of the most important vitamins as deficiency can lead to muscle weakness, fractures, common cancers, autoimmune diseases and infections.  It has the highest concentration of naturally occurring Vitamin D than any other food source. Organ meat also contains high amounts of essential fatty acids and omega 3 fats including EPA and DHA, which decreases inflammation.
Importance of Omega Oils for your pet

Importance of Omega Oils for your pet

Why do your dogs or cats need Omega Oils? If you don't supply Omega 3 oils to your pets diet chances are their diet is too high in omega 6, which can lead to various illnesses such as chronic inflammation, allergies, autoimmune disorders....It's important to provide Omega 3 fatty acids to lower the risk of these illnesses..let's talk about how to incorporate it into your pets food with products from Poochie Moochie Dog Boutique Edmonton...

How to Transition Your Dog to Raw Dog Food Diet

How to Transition Your Dog to Raw Dog Food Diet

Transitioning to a new Raw food diet can be the best thing you will ever do for your dog (or cat). Feeding Raw will have many positive effects on your fur babies long term health, like: better digestion, stronger immune systems, nicer coat, cleaner teeth, smaller poops, clearer eyes & ears, less health issues, improved overall health & vitality.
My Dog / Cat Has Struvite Stones

My Dog / Cat Has Struvite Stones

Struvite stones are bladder stones that can develop for dogs and cats. The most common type of stone and is also referred to as a tripe phosphate and or a magnesium ammonium phosphate stone. The magnesium / ammonium phosphate stones are very common elements in urine and also urine concentrate.
Dogs with food allergies

Allergy / Elimination Diet

Do you suspect your dog has allergies? Some tell tale signs of allergic dogs can be: yeast overgrowth, excessive licking of paws or others body pa...
Feeding Pets with Pancreatitis

Feeding Pets with Pancreatitis

Pancreatitis can be managed much easier when feeding a raw diet. The primary cause of pancreatitis in dogs is diet and stress. Foods that are high in fat and/or highly processed are hard for your dog to digest, and stress causes high levels of cortisol in the body (the stress hormone).
Liver & Kidney Disease Nutrition

Liver & Kidney Disease Nutrition

Hearing that your Dog or Cat has Liver or Kidney Disease is very concerning. Understanding how it happens and what you can do to help goes a long way in helping to manage the disease. Feeding a species appropriate diet can help prevent or minimize the effects of all types of illness.
The Low Down on Bones

The Low Down on Bones

Bones are indeed natures toothbrush. However, there are some misconceptions out there about the safety of bones. Chewing bones is not only healthy for your dog’s or cat's teeth, it is also valuable for their mental health. Have you ever watched your pet ‘zone out’ while chewing a bone? It is in their DNA to chew bones, it can calm an anxious dog, entertain an energetic or bored dog. 

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