Chocolate is toxic to pets. The culprits are caffeine and theobromine, stimulants that raise a puppy's heart rate.
Raw diets may not provide dog’s with the complete nutrition they need. These diets may also expose pets to the threat of food-borne pathogens.
While treats help train and help you bond with your dog, their daily caloric intake of treats should not be more than 10%.
When a 100% complete and balanced food is fed to a normal, healthy pet, supplementation is rarely needed.
Table scraps can create an imbalance in your dogs nutritional needs, not to mention upset their stomach.
Your dog is actually an omnivore which dates back to their wild ancestors, wolves.
Table scraps, bones and raw liver can be detrimental to your dog’s health.
Like humans, dogs have specific dietary needs for optimal nutrition that supports all aspects of their physical health, including skin and vision.
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