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Senior dogs can be particularly difficult to feed. Their metabolism has slowed down, and they may even have some health concerns that can be helped with the right diet. This homemade food for senior dogs won't be right for all older pets, so be sure to check with your vet before switching.
Obesity is becoming an epidemic for dogs and cats, especially in the United States. Like humans, being obese makes our pets more susceptible to many different health conditions. Also, it can end up taking years off Fido's life. This homemade weight loss dog food may be just what your pet needs to slim down.
Some dogs have to eat gluten free food because of certain allergies or digestive sensitivities that they have. Some owners just prefer to feed their dog this type of diet to mimic the diet that they themselves eat. Either way, this homemade gluten free dog food recipe may be just what you're looking for.
Say 'fleas' and you will see any dog owner cringe. These pesky little parasites have caused many a headache, but don't despair, there are...
Have you noticed your dog having a different reaction to his food lately? He may have food allergies, and a trip to the vet is definitely needed. If you think homemade meals would be a good option, ask your veterinarian about this recipe for homemade dog food for allergies.
A bladder stone is small, rock-like buildup of minerals that form in the bladder. Feeding a homemade dog food for struvite bladder stones recipe can help to prevent these stones from reforming in your dog's bladder.