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Gassy Dogs

February 17, 2011 // Canine
Dogs that often pass gas can embarrass or distress their owners. The most common cause of flatulence is swallowing large amounts of air while gulping food. The next is eating highly fermentable foods such as beans, cauliflower, cabbage, and soybeans. Flatulence also occurs with malabsorption syndromes. The excess gas is related to incomplete digestion of carbohydrates.
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November 14, 2010 // Canine
recreational bones
Have you hear how great raw bones are for you dog? Well good! Weather it's for dental health, a component of their diet, or for mental stimulation raw bones are where it's at! But there are some things to know and there is with anything.
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Homemade Pet Food

June 14, 2010 // Canine, Feline
Homemade Is More Important Than You Think
At Bridger Animal Nutrition, we can’t think of anything more important for your dog’s health than what you feed them.
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Bone Meal

June 14, 2010 // Canine, Recipes, Feline
Bone Meal
If you're a raw feeder yo understand the importance of balancing Ca to Ph. When raw meaty bones or ground bones are not available, bone meal makes for a convenient substitute.
Bone Meal provides the closest mimic to the balance of the ancestral diet

providing both Calcium & Phosphorus.
Here's how to apply it.
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Feeding Fish

June 5, 2010 // Canine

Small raw fish are my favorite easily available whole prey food.  They contain a wealth of nutrients as your dog eats the brain, eyes, organs, thyroid, stomach, bones, muscles and much more.

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