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One of the great benefits of a raw diet is its exceedingly high moisture content, something in the range of 75%. This means that a raw-fed cat or dog's body is constantly being flushed with water and that's good. Very good indeed. That's why raw-feeders are constantly extolling the glowing health of their pets. The water continuously circulating through the systems of those well-fed pets, cleanses out the toxins like there's no tomorrow. Ergo they urinate a lot. Just ask any fire hydrant. Needless to say, these uber-hydrated pets don't go to the water bowl that often. In fact, the...

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  For those of you who've read my blogs, you know that I have mixed feelings about dog parks. On one hand, they're a great outlet for your dog to socialize and release energy, but on the other hand, the terrain is festooned with peril. Aggressive dogs, parasites, open gate doors.  You could argue that driving a car, which is practically a necessity in modern life, is also fraught with a host of hazards: accidents, break-downs, police-traps. I get it: such is life - you take the good with the bad. You accept the risks. Nonetheless, you wanna minimize, if...

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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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