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Resolved: Seal oil is the best supplement you can give your cat or dog. Here's the short answer why: Let's start with Omega-3 fatty acids and what do they do. Omega-3 fatty acids are found in foods, but seal oil contains the highest concentration of the less common Omega-3, DPA, 4%. Which may not sound like a lot, but check this out.  The DPA in seal compared to fish oil increases overall Omega-3 retention in the body by 53.6%. Which in turn provide calories to give your pet's body energy and protect the heart, blood vessels, lungs, immune and endocrine systems....

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Dehydrated raw food for dogs is okay...if you're traveling, but it's a far cry from feeding your pooch the real thing.    It reminds me of the old powdered orange drink, Tang. They used to advertise that astronauts drank it. So it was convenient for space travel, that's about the best you can say about that powdered drink.    I would argue that the same applies to dehydrated raw food - just add water and you've got your raw meal. Convenient - maybe, but where's the chew? Where are the dental benefits? Instead of cleaning their teeth on frozen chunks...

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Like the title of iconic dog-trainer, Barbara Woodhouse's best-seller, "No Bad Dogs," I think there should be a book called, "No Picky-Eating Dogs or Cats." I agree, it's not as catchy a title and Lord knows, I'm no Barbara Woodhouse, but I will never accept nor allow a dog (or a cat) to "become" a picky eater. Assuming that your pet is being fed good food, (and I don't include any form of kibble or canned wet food in this category, no matter what the label says), your opportunistic-eating carnivore should gobble it all: fish, fowl or red meat and almost...

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