Tag Archives: Eating

What is your dog eating and should he be? Be careful that what your dog is putting in its mouth is dog-approved and healthy.

What Is Canine Bloat? Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

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Canine bloat is a life-threatening illness that is fast acting. Knowing the symptoms beforehand is extremely important, so you catch it early and get your dog the care he needs. If you notice symptoms soon enough, your dog may be one of the few dogs to survive this terrible disease. Learn how you can help prevent canine bloat for your dog…

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Raw Diet For Dogs: Will It Improve Your Dog’s Health?

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Bowl of raw meat: raw diet for dogsRaw dog food diets are controversial. While some think this is the way dogs were meant to eat before dogs became our pets, others think dry dog food is the correct diet for our four-legged fur balls. Let’s dig into raw food diets for dogs more so you can draw your own conclusion about whether this diet is good or bad for dogs…

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How To Help Your Dog Lose Weight

With humans, we know the signs of being overweight – low energy, shortness of breath, and that big belly that we can’t always hide behind a couple of layers of cotton. But with dogs, determining if there is a weight issue isn’t always easy. Maybe it’s a breed thing and they’re supposed to look that way, or maybe they’re just getting older and this is what happens. Find out if your dog is overweight and how you can help them shed their extra pounds…

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Why Do Dogs Eat Dirt? (Is It An Unhealthy Habit?)

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Dogs love digging holes in the ground, but what happens if they take it a step further and eat the dirt? In addition to making them a muddy mess, is ingesting soil harmful to your pup? First, you need to determine the frequency of your dog’s dirt disposition. If your dog consumes soil infrequently, it’s probably fine (but it’s always good to discuss this with your vet). However, if your dog routinely devours dirt, there may be cause for concern…

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Can Dogs Eat Bones? The Ultimate Guide To What’s Safe And What’s Not

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“Throw a dog a bone” — a common saying we’ve all heard, but, in reality, is it a good idea to give your dog a bone as a treat after your meal? We all know dogs consider a bone a prized possession, but how do you know which bones are safe, and what do you do if your dog eats a bone that’s not safe for his health? Find out all the answers to your questions and more in our comprehensive guide to safe bones for dogs…

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Is Turkey Bad For Dogs? (The Truth)

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It’s tempting to slip Fido a piece of Thanksgiving turkey or a cold cut from the lunch meat, but could turkey be harming your dog? Which state is feeding its dogs the most turkey? Learn the answers along with some alternatives (and a yummy turkey treat recipe for Thanksgiving leftovers)…

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Why Do Dogs Eat Poop (And How To Stop It)

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My 4 month old black lab Daisy is eating her own poop. How can we get Daisy to stop eating her poop? Not only is it gross, but when she gets to it first thing in the morning, she ends up throwing up shortly thereafter. What are some easy suggestions to get her to grow out of this puppy habit fast?…

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The Ultimate Dog Food Bowl Guide

Dog bowl with food: The Ultimate Dog Food Bowl Guide!

Yes, the food you put in your dog’s bowl matters. But so does the bowl you use. Some breeds tend to overeat, while nearly all breeds make quite a mess while they eat and drink. Depending on your dog’s size and eating habits, one dog dish may help it eat more comfortably and safely. Read our dog food bowl reviews to pick the best bowl for your pup…

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