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Bison is one of my favorite meats to feed my dog. Here's why: Mrs. Meadys’ grass-fed, hormone-free Canadian bison is a leaner meat than beef with a more savory and somewhat sweet taste and is perhaps the most biologically-appropriate meat for your dog. With 17 grams of protein per raw 4-ounce (113-gram) serving and over 240% more protein compared to beef, bison is the king of all meats. Better yet, it’s lean and low in saturated fats because bison are not stationary animals, they roam and graze continuously and are muscular in structure. Benefits of Bison meat for your dog It's an excellent...

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    It still surprises me that many dogs have a sweet tooth. We tend to think of canines as fans of the savory, the blood-soaked meats, the meaty bones - but what about desert? No, not chocolate or candies - we all know those foods can harm your pet. I'm referring to the natural sweet tastes of nature: honey, pears and apples, succulent berries bursting with flavor. Think about it: the bear gorging on bees' honey, wolves razing the blueberry patch, your pooch lapping away at peanut butter. We love sweets, they love sweets - it's a mammal thing....

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The things we ate as kids: Captain Crunch, Lucky Charms, jaw-breakers - just to name a few of the ultra-processed, nutritionally barren tummy-fillers we devoured. Is it any wonder we had mouthfuls of cavities, bellies full of lard? In fact my brother Gorman, who used to eat Halloween kisses and guppies for breakfast and had 13 cavities during a check-up, became a dentist. But today, it's a different story: all the kids are on gluten-free diets, drink bottled water instead of Mountain Dew and eat mangoes when their sweet tooth calls. It just ain't the same. And that goes for cats and dogs...

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