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I've said it before and I'll say it again. Your cat or dog should not be a picky eater.  Picky eaters are for kids. Consider these points: 1) I've never heard of a cat or dog starving when offered food every day. 2) Carnivores are not picky eaters by nature. If it's warm-blooded, they will eat it. 3) Man originally domesticated cats and dogs by throwing them their scraps of food. Ultimately it worked. How else could you explain the pug? 4) Modern man (and woman) spoil the hell out of their pets. Sales revenue of close to $20 billion...

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The problem is that most pet owners think that feeding their cat or dog is all about the food. What the pet likes, what it doesn't. What's good for Precious. Fair enough, but actually, it's about a lot more. A cat or dogs' meal is not just about eating, it's a central point of their lives. Here's what I mean: In the wild, an animal is focused on survival and food is the fuel sustaining their existence. But unlike humans (and domesticated animals), food is a life-source that must be caught. The lion pursues the impala, the wolf preys on...

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Water is the essence of life. A creature will die without water before it dies from starvation. And that just may be the main reason why raw is right. How can you argue with a moisture content upwards of 70%? Dry kibble tends to have a moisture content of between 6 and 10 percent. How bad is that? It's like feeding your dog (cat) crackers. No wonder they lap up the water bowl like my Uncle Saul slurping up chicken soup at Thanksgiving! Why is the moisture content so important? Why does a plant need water? Why are droughts so devastating? Because water is...

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