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Toxins in Processed Dog and Cat Food

Note – the information in this article is applicable to cats as well as dogs. Each of the manufacturers discussed also make equivalent cat food. The examples should be used as both a specific and generic template from which to judge your companion animal’s current dry food diet. The examples provided In this article you will find examples of very …

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Avoid Magnesium Stearate in Dog, Cat Supplements

    Magnesium Stearate can be found in about 95% of supplements sold in pharmacies, stores and/or supplied by doctors and veterinarians to their patients.   Magnesium Stearate is a lubricant that acts as a ‘slipping agent’.    It is created by adding a magnesium ion to stearic acid.    Magnesium Stearate is added to pills and capsules to: Keep …

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Ethoxyquin in Dog Food, Cat Food

This article discusses two very important issues regarding your dog’s diet and health… Fish in your Dog’s Diet – is it really as good for your dog as the pet food industry purports it to be? and; The Very Dangerous Preservative used in Fish Meal – Ethoxyquin and why you should stop feeding your dog any product that contains fish …

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