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Coconut Turmeric Spice Drop Treats for Dogs

Coconut Turmeric Spice Drop Treats

These coconut turmeric spice drop treats are packed with healthy ingredients your dog will love, and you can feel good about the antioxidant, anti-inflammatory health promoting nutrition packed into these little drops! You will need: 1½ cup organic coconut flour ½ cup organic hemp seeds ½ cup pureed pumpkin 2 tbsp finely chopped fresh or dry blueberries, cranberries, or goji …

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Chelated Minerals in Pet Food – Not Healthy, Not for My Dogs, or Cats!

Chelated Minerals in Pet Food Not Healthy

Chelated minerals are a common ingredient in pet food products, and pet supplements. Chelated minerals aren’t so healthy for your pet. I won’t give my dogs, or cats food or supplements that contain chelated minerals. In 2012, the NCBI reported on a study assessing levels of heavy metals in the liver and kidneys of dogs from an urban environment. Pet …

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Dead Dogs, Dead Cats are used as a Pet Food Ingredient

Dead Dogs, Cats used as a Pet Food Ingredient

FACT – the bodies of dead dogs, dead cats are used as a pet food ingredient, this is NOT an urban legend, nor is it a false statement. Below I will present you with the facts, tips on how to avoid purchasing pet food products that include dead dogs, and dead cats as an ingredient, why consuming such products are …

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Kong Stuffer Recipe – Nutritious Healthy Treat

Kong Stuffer Recipe - Simple, Nutritious

If you choose to give your dog a Kong, this Kong Stuffer recipe makes a nutritious healthy treat for your dog… Ingredients ½ cup meat or meat grind (ground meat, organ meats and bone) If on a 100% raw diet, use raw meat. If not on a 100% raw diet, use gently cooked meat proteins. Meat examples – Poultry / …

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Salt in Dog, Cat Pet Food and Treats – A Bad Ingredient

Salt in Dog, Cat Food Treats - A Bad Ingredient

Salt in Dog, Cat Pet Food and Treats – A Bad Ingredient Salt in dog, cat pet food and treats – a bad ingredient you need to avoid. Dogs and cats require natural, organic sodium – NOT inorganic highly processed sodium also known as ‘bad’ salt. The salt used by the pet industry is ‘Common Table Salt” also called ‘Iodized …

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