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[Natural] Low Protein Dog Treats

Proteins are essential for many animals, including dogs. This nutrient allows your pup’s body to function properly. The essential amino acids in the protein make their hair and skin healthy, helps them develop muscles and tissues, and gives them strength.

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Healthy Nutrition for Dog's Healthy Stomach

Natural Dog Treats for Sensitive Stomach

Last updated: May 2nd, 2020

Can dogs with sensitive stomachs still enjoy yummy ‘‹’‹treats? The answer is yes, especially if they are created especially for a sensitive stomach! Read about the best ingredients and top dog treats for sensitive stomach reviewed!

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Yummy & Natural Treats for Dogs with Liver Problems

Following a natural diet for a dog with liver disease can be extremely beneficial to improving liver function.

General dog food and diet must be considered to cut down on toxins found in processed dog foods, but in this article we’ll specifically focus on which treats that are natural and safe for your dog with liver issues and canine liver disease.

What’s in your dog’s diet is vitally important to healthy liver function so let’s first go over how important this organ is…

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Kidney-friendly dog treats

All-Natural Renal Diet Dog Treats

Last updated: May 3rd, 2020

A good diet is an important aspect for dogs with kidney disease. Treatment for kidney disease can be managed with medication, but the type of foods you feed your furry friend is also essential for good health. Which are the best ingredients in kidney dog treats? Let’s figure it out!

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Best Healthy Natural Dog Treats

Treats and chews are a huge part of your pet dog’s daily life. Are dog treats healthy? YES, there are many good products, there is no shortage of commercial canine treats on the market today. They come in every possible shape, size, taste, smell, colour and texture. However, we must be careful when buying treats for our dog. The challenge is to make sure to buy safe, high-quality, species-appropriate dog treats in a sea of products claiming to be “all-natural” and “made in USA, UK or Europe”!

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