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Moisture in Pet Foods

Moisture in Pet Foods

Monday, January 18, 2016

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Kristina Backes

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  1. Bully Max
    10 Feb, 2017
    Bully Max
    WHAT IS BULLY MAX? Bully Max is a chewable muscle building tablet. You feed it to your dogs daily, just like a treat. Dog love the beef flavored taste. CAN ALL BREEDS OF DOGS USE BULLY MAX? Yes. All breeds of dogs ages 7 weeks and older can use Bully Max. IS IT SAFE? Yes, Bully Max is 100% safe. It's formulated by veterinarians and meets all FDA standards. There are no side effects.  DO YOU NEED TO WORK YOUR DOG OUT? Spring pole and flirt pole workouts will increase the results. However,
  2. COST TO FEED ENHANCE CANNAGURT, DOGNOG, AND CARNAFORAGE
    13 Oct, 2016
    COST TO FEED ENHANCE CANNAGURT, DOGNOG, AND CARNAFORAGE
    It comes down to quality.  The majority of kibbles are mostly grain, some as much as 90%. Grains like corn and wheat are cheap, but it is like feeding someone who has a gluten intolerance bagels three meals a day. Dogs and cats are not designed to eat grains, they fulfill no dietary requirements, and they cause internal irritation, leading to many of the chronic diseases running rampant in our pets today.  As hunters,  dogs and cats are biologically designed to eat mostly meat, along with some
  3. Feeding Raw Pet Food
    08 Oct, 2016
    Feeding Raw Pet Food
    Feeding Raw Pet Food If you are new to feeding raw pet food, the idea can be daunting. Fortunately, Steve’s simplifies the process and spells it all out for you. The first thing you need to know is once you have it down, meal time is a breeze. STEP 1 – Trail and Transition If your pet has never tried raw pet food before the fist thing to do is to get some samples or a small bag to try out. Give your pet a few nuggets. If you find that you have a picky eater you may have to get creative with your
  4. Recalls & Withdrawals
    31 Aug, 2016
    Recalls & Withdrawals
    Always be in the loop! http://www.fda.gov/animalveterinary/safetyhealth/recallswithdrawals/
  5. Why Dogs and Cats Shouldn’t Eat Each Other’s Food
    28 Jul, 2016
    Why Dogs and Cats Shouldn’t Eat Each Other’s Food
    It’s not uncommon for dogs and cats to steal each other’s food whenever they see an opening. My dogs can clean out the cats’ dry food bowl in two seconds if given the opportunity. Snacking on each other’s food once in awhile isn’t likely to cause problems, but eating a steady diet of pet food that’s not made specifically for a dog or cat can be trouble. There are good reasons why dogs and cats shouldn’t eat each other’s food. Cats are obligate carnivores, which means they have to eat meat
  6. Oral health care is more important than you think...
    14 Jul, 2016
    Oral health care is more important than you think...
    Holistic pet care refers to using natural products to care for your pet. By avoiding potentially harmful drugs and anesthesia, pets can experience a healthy and happy life. Holistic pet care can also help to save you money on expensive products and procedures. This means avoiding unnecessary trips to the veterinarian. While visits to the veterinarian are sometimes needed, there are many things you can do to keep your pet healthy and prevent future visits to the vet. By utilizing some simple and
  7. Don't Forget About Calcium
    23 Jan, 2016
    Don’t Forget About Calcium
    One of the most common mistakes that people make when feeding a home-cooked diet is the failure to add calcium. You must add calcium when you feed a diet that does not include bones. Adult dogs need around 800 to 1,000 mg of calcium per pound of food fed. They also require the calcium to be supplied in a proper proportion to phosphorus. The ideal calcium: phosphorus ratio in the canine diet is between 1:1 and 2:1. Meat contains a lot of phosphorus, so the more meat a diet contains, the more
  8. Plastic Bins
    11 Jan, 2016
    Plastic Bins
    Pet owners love to use plastic bins to store kibble. It’s quick, keeps food fresh and stores easily out of the way. However there are some things to consider before you dump your pets food into this potential health risk haven. Residual oils and fats that transfer to the bin can become rancid after time and contaminate new fresh food. Chemicals from the plastic can seep into the food and cause long term heath issues. Also, keep in mind that plastic may get micro cuts not visible to the eye.
  9. Thinking about getting a pet?
    04 Jan, 2016
    Thinking about getting a pet?
    Thinking about getting a pet? Hundreds of companion animals are in shelters and foster homes across Baltimore County just waiting for a special home like yours. At All American Pets we are dedicated to partnering with the local pet adoption groups to help connect those animals in need of a good home with families who will give them tender loving care. Navigating the adoption process isn't as hard as you think. We can help you find the perfect pet and discover how amazing adopting a pet can be.