Cats Tag

To Cook Or Not To Cook?

Can you feed a cooked diet? Homemade cooked diets have been around as long as we’ve had pets and if done well are superior to any kibble, but… A cooked diet usually includes vegetables which your carnivore cannot digest easily because of its’ short digestive tract so...

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Trying to Keep Up?

Raw feeding comes with a lot of contradictory information. The online communities contain cut-and-paste articles that regurgitate what has been said before, but where do we get facts and where are the scientific studies? How do you know that you dog is getting enough manganese and...

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Teeth!

Keeping your carnivore’s teeth clean. Some of you may remember the days when “Milk Bones” were sold as teeth cleaning treats. And I still come across the odd person that thinks kibble will clean their dog’s teeth. Nope. Eating cookies doesn’t clean teeth. Do you need...

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Toxins & Your Pets

Toxins. Just as health comes from an accumulation of things, (clean water, fresh air and sunshine, exercise, rest, and proper nutrition) ill health comes from an accumulation things as well. It is rare that our pets will be poisoned in one fell swoop from ingesting a toxin...

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FASTING

Skipping meals is something that is natural for dogs. Being carnivores and scavengers by trade, meals are not set by a clock, but by opportunity. Their bodies have adapted well to this system and actually need to skip regular meals occasionally for optimal health. Dogs will...

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Level 2 Raw Feeding Seminar

Our Level 2 Raw Feeding Seminar is tonight at 5:30 pm at Lucky Dog U-Bath in Duncan! There will be a Q&A and a more in depth look into raw feeding for your carnivore! If you're unable to attend in person, not to worry! We will be broadcasting the...

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CATS – OBLIGATE CARNIVORES: PART 1

Cats are obligate carnivores. This means that it is biologically essential that your cat get fresh raw meaty meals. Dogs are also obligate carnivores, but their scavenging ways have made them a little more adaptable to a sub par diet. Cats require the food that they...

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Carnivore Digestion: Part I

Dogs and cats are carnivores. They have not evolved into omnivores and they certainly are not vegetarians. They are designed to eat vegetarians. Let’s start with a look at our pet’s mouth. It contains pointy molar teeth designed to crush bone, hold prey, and tear through...

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