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Raw feeding for felines: Benefits & Transition Tips!

January 20, 2022 2 min read

Felines are obligate carnivores, which means cats thrive on uncooked animal products such as muscle meat, organ meat & ground bone. They digest raw foods better than humans because they have shorter, more acidic digestive tracts. Many pathogens will pass through a cat without any issues.
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Green Beef Tripe: What is it and what are the benefits?

October 04, 2021 4 min read

Tripe refers to a type of edible offal from the unique stomachs of ruminant grazing animals such as cattle, sheep, lamb & pigs. These animals have four chambers that systematically break down grasses with a slew of digestive enzymes, gastric juices & amino acids, that are highly nutritious & beneficial for your dog’s health.
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Seasonal Allergies: Signs, symptoms & how to help the itch!

September 07, 2021 3 min read

The spring & fall seasons can be the most irritating and frustrating times, not only for pets but us as owners too! Often we assume food is the main cause of allergies, however that is not always the case and we may not realize the cause until our pet's allergy symptoms are at their worst.
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What is your dog’s poo telling you?

August 09, 2021 3 min read

When switching from kibble to a raw diet, you can expect to see major changes in your pet’s feces which includes the size, consistency, smell and colour.

Your dog's stool can tell you a lot about your pet’s overall health & wellness. 

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Protecting Pets From The Summer Heat

July 02, 2021 2 min read

As the hot summer weather arrives and the temperature and humidity begin to rise to extreme levels, the summer heat can be fatal to pets. Even the healthiest pets can suffer from dehydration, heatstroke & sunburn if overexposed to the heat.
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'Tis The Season for Fleas & Ticks

June 08, 2021 2 min read

If you haven't already, this is the time of year pet owners will start to seriously consider how they are going to protect their pets from ticks, fleas & other biting bugs. A common first thought is to call the veterinarian & make an appointment to purchase medications. While this may be necessary, we are seeing more and more pet parents questioning the safety of these medications, due to the side effects and are in search of more natural ways to protect their pets. 
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