Dog Food for Sensitive Stomachs

Dog Food for Sensitive Stomachs

Dogs develop sensitive stomachs for several reasons such as food allergy, gastrointestinal disease, parasites, eating spoiled or toxic foods, pancreatic disease, sensitivity to certain diets, and infection. Once your dog starts to pass gas, get diarrhea, having...
Deciding on High Fiber Dog Food

Deciding on High Fiber Dog Food

Fiber is composed of insoluble or complex carbohydrates and is added to dog food to help cleanse the colon, prevent diarrhea or constipation, aid in weight loss, and is good for dogs with diabetes because it provides some control over blood sugar level fluctuations....
All About Raw Dog Food and Raw Dog Food Suppliers

All About Raw Dog Food and Raw Dog Food Suppliers

In 1993, Australian veterinarian, Ian Billinghurst, suggested that feed a raw food diet to dogs was healthier than a grain-based diet. He called it the BARF diet, which stands for Bones and Raw Food or Biologically Appropriate Raw Food. He states that a raw diet is...
Diabetic Dog Treats

Diabetic Dog Treats

One in every 500 dogs can get diabetes which is a condition wherein the body does not have enough insulin or is resistant to insulin. However, there are some dog breeds that are more susceptible to diabetes like the Poodle, Daschund, Chow Chow, Beagle, Golden...
When to Use Low Protein Dog Food

When to Use Low Protein Dog Food

Dogs need protein to grow and develop properly because they provide stability for the immune system and used to store fat. However not only is protein not created equally, too much is bad for the overall health of the dog. Protein, when taken, eventually gets broken...
Benefits of Limited Ingredient Dog Food

Benefits of Limited Ingredient Dog Food

Limited Ingredient Diet (LID) is a simplified nutrition plan for dogs. Your dog does not necessarily have to be burdened with a condition to be put under a LID plan. The prevailing reason why many dog owners opt for a LID plan is because they want to give the best,...