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10 Popular Pet Food Brands Usually Referred By Veterinarians
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10 Popular Pet Food Brands Usually Referred By Veterinarians

Hundreds of pet food brands are on the market, each with unique benefits and drawbacks. But how to determine which one is best? It depends on your animal, how old they are and what kind of diet they prefer. The article lists the top pet food brands that most vets tend to recommend over others. Read

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10 Popular Pet Food Brands Usually Referred By Veterinarians By ROIHigh

Hundreds of pet food brands are on the market, each with unique benefits and drawbacks. But how to determine which one is best? It depends on your animal, how old they are and what kind of diet they prefer. The article lists the top pet food brands that most vets tend to recommend over others.

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5 Simple Pet Supplements to Consider By Lauren Leonardi

Many of us rely on supplements and vitamins to enhance and preserve our health and well being. The same can be true for dogs and cats. Adding certain supplements can help our pets stave off future diseases, assist with current ailments or conditions, and promote general health.

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6 Diet Pet Food Ingredients that Burn Fat By Dr. Joe Wakshlag

Making sure that you find the right diet pet food can be a tricky task. Learn how these 6 ingredients can help weight loss by burning more fat.

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Cat and Dog Weight Loss: The Right Nutrition By Mary Kearl

Dogs and Cats that are overweight and obese are faced with many health risks such as high blood pressure and orthopedic issues. It is important to provide your pet with proper nutrition. Getting your dog or cat on a diet and exercise plan is the first step in the right direction.

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Cat Food Ingredients 101 By ROIHigh

Feeding your cat a high-quality, nutrient-dense diet is essential for its overall health. Many owners donโ€™t spend too much time thinking about the diet of their cats, but diet is without a doubt one of the most important aspects of your catโ€™s quality of life. If youโ€™re wondering how to provide your cat with a healthy, long life, diet management should be your main focus.

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Cat Not Eating? Discussing Appetite Loss in Cats By Meredith Alling

Cats enjoy a good meal like everyone else. If your cat has stopped eating, this can be a sign that something is wrong with your usually frisky feline. Here we discuss some of the main reasons why a cat might not be interested in their food.

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Cat Treats for Your Kitty's Every Need By Kat Sherbo

Treats for your cat can be so much more than a tasty morsel to enjoy--they can boost your kitty's dental health, prevent hairballs, or add shine to their coat! Find the best treats for every cat occasion.

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Does Your Senior Cat Need to Lose Weight? By Mary Kearl

Carrying extra pounds could put your senior cat at risk of certain diseases. So what food and nutrition strategies can be implemented to help aging felines slim down and get healthy?

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Everything You Need to Know About Senior Cat Care By Lauren Leonardi

The happy result of better and better veterinary care is that we get to spend many extra years with our beloved pets. In their advanced years, some changes may occur in your kittyโ€™s body, their mood, and their mind. Here's what you need to know about your senior cat.

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Food Allergies in Dogs and Cats By Rebecca Kelley

While food allergies are incredibly frustrating to diagnose at onset, treating them after diagnosis is very manageable. Learn how to ease the strain on your pet here.

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Food for Liver Disease in Dogs and Cats By Mary Kearl

Some types of liver disease can be treated with the food you give your pet. Learn the nutritional guidelines for liver disease in dogs and cats.

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Food to Help Your Cat or Dog Gain Weight By Kat Sherbo

We spend so much time worrying about our pets (or ourselves) being overweight, we forget that the other end of the spectrum is a major issue as well. If you're not sure if your cat or dog looks malnourished, here are a few things to look out for.

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Food to Treat Bad Breath in Cats and Dogs By Mary Kearl

Dogs are great, but their breath is not. If you've ever had the urge to spike your puppy chow with a box of Altoids, stop! There is a better way. Try some of these methods before you break out the Binaca.

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Food to Treat Kidney Disease in Cats and Dogs By Dr. Joe Wakshlag

Cats and dogs with kidney disease need special nutrition. Learn the 4 principles of managing kidney disease through diet.

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How to Choose the Best Protein Source for Your Cat By ROIHigh

While itโ€™s true that cats require a lot of protein in order to be healthy, consuming large amounts of this essential nutrient can translate to stomach issues, especially in cats that already have food sensitivity problems. Of course, the fact that most of the proteins that brands include in their products arenโ€™t exactly the best quality doesnโ€™t make things better either.

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Human Food for Cats By Madeleine Burry

While there are plenty of human foods that are off-limits for your cat, some of the foods that you eat yourself can be healthy, tasty alternatives to their canned or dry fair. Find out what foods you can use as cat treats here.

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Human Food for Cats Infographic: Safe Snacks for Fluffy By Sam Bourne

There's a lot of "people food" out there that cats cannot eat. And though cats are not as apt to sample as dogs, if the opportunity presents itself, your cat might nibble on something they shouldn't. Check out this handy infographic on which snacks are ok to share -- and which are not.

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Is Grain Free Cat Food a Good Choice? By Meredith Alling

Grain free cat food is becoming more and more popular among pet parents, but is it a good choice? Learn here how to choose the best diet for your cat.

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Made in USA vs. Sourced in the US Pet Foods By Dr. Joe Wakshlag

Pet food labels can be confusing, so figuring out where ingredients come from can be a bit of a trick. Find out what these labels on pet foods mean.

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Managing Your Catโ€™s Weight Through Dietary Changes By ROIHigh

Throughout both the US and Europe, cats have become obese. Ironically, this problem of feline obesity is very similar to obesity among humans. Of course, the main problem in both populations can be boiled down to one thing: diet. What are you feeding your cat? How many times per day? What about treats? Does your cat get an adequate level of exercise?

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Nutrition for Arthritic Dogs and Cats By Mary Kearl

Dogs and cats suffer from arthritis just like we do. Making sure that your pet has the proper nutrition can greatly increase their chances of postponing the onset of arthritis or even preventing it all together.

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Nutrition for Dealing with Cancer in Dogs and Cats By Mary Kearl

Cancer is a disease that does not only affect humans, but dogs and cats as well. Diet and nutrition can play a huge part in both prevention and treatment.

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Nutrition for Feeding a Senior Cat By Mary Kearl

Aging cats often require a different diet than they did when they where kittens or adults. Learn what to look for in food for your senior cat.

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Organic Food For Pets By ROIHigh

Eating healthy is the key to living a long, disease-free life. Healthy food is equally important for our pets as it is for us. Organic food is one of the most preferred ways to eat healthy.

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