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Dalmatians. Breed information, black and white, purine

This Mandarin Orange leather dog collar is designed for fun loving dogs with an appreciation for quality. Made in the USA and decorated with riveted bones.

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The benefits of Natural Pet Food. What is "natural pet food"? Why can`t they just eat what we eat?

David Primrose - What should I feed my dog or cat?  When deciding on what to feed Max or Bella, make sure as pet parents you don’t have double standards in making food selection decisions. Our pet’s health relies on our judgement as responsible pet owners.

David Primrose - What should I feed my dog or cat? When deciding on what to feed Max or Bella, make sure as pet parents you don’t have double standards in making food selection decisions. Our pet’s health relies on our judgement as responsible pet owners.

Bees in a Pet World - they are amazing!

Bee pollen is a nutrient powerhouse of vitamins and minerals as well as other essential nutrients needed by your body.

Humanization in pet care

The benefits of Natural Pet Food. What is "natural pet food"? Why can`t they just eat what we eat?

Where would we be without dogs- Dogs as special members of modern 21st century society? by David Primrose.

Where would we be without dogs- Dogs as special members of modern century society? by David Primrose.

Understanding dog adverse food reactions. Skin disease, food allergy, food intolerance, dog food

Understanding dog adverse food reactions. Skin disease, food allergy, food intolerance, dog food

Oxalates in Cats by Edin Grabovica. Oxalates in cats arise from two sources. One is from diet and the second part is produced in the body (most in the liver). Oxalic acid is organic acid which appearing in the organism as a product of metabolism. Oxalic acid in smaller quantities normally produced in the body, and is in the form of soluble salts with sodium and potassium, but when in the presence of calcium, creates insoluble salts of calcium oxalate

Oxalates in Cats by Edin Grabovica. Oxalates in cats arise from two sources. One is from diet and the second part is produced in the body (most in the liver). Oxalic acid is organic acid which appearing in the organism as a product of metabolism. Oxalic acid in smaller quantities normally produced in the body, and is in the form of soluble salts with sodium and potassium, but when in the presence of calcium, creates insoluble salts of calcium oxalate

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