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It's hard to keep your cat or dog psyched for every meal. After awhile, they're bound to tire from the same ole, same ole, no matter what they eat. Even my dog, DJ, a lucky terrier who feasts on great stuff like bison, kangaroo, salmon and my mother's pot roast, gets blase about his food. Tough on him! I know that he doesn't have any allergies and that his health is excellent, so there can't be a problem with what I feed him. He's just being difficult and picky, something I won't stand for it. Most of the time, a...

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  Is it any wonder that carnivores are at the top of the food chain in virtually every ecosystem on land? After all, protein-rich meat was the secret sauce that fueled the growth and development of their brains to the point where they became masters of their domains. There's the lion, the bear, the wolf - just to name a few. A large brain gave them the ability to hunt with guile, to form social packs, to care for their young until near-adulthood. Why? Because brain-food is meat. Think about the animals with the highest intelligence; with a few exceptions...

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   Seemed like ages since Jerry and his sidekick, George, visited our store. His dog had a repertoire of tricks that even the my cousin the magician, aka The Great Shandor, would envy. I stood in awe of Jerry's dog-training ability, it was like he could teach George anything. The only problem was that Jerry the dog-owner had this huge blind spot when it came to feeding George. True, he fed his pet a raw diet...and everything else under the sun. Pasta, pie, bagels, knishes - if it was edible, he fed it to George.  Needless to say, it...

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