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How Much a Dog Can Bite Off and Chew: The State...

This article is a pre-publication preview of a recently-completed seminal study. The objective was to assess chew safety and efficacy, while progressing chew safety/efficacy...

Legume-free – the latest trend in pet food

Legume-free pet food isn’t just trendy – it’s a health-conscious choice for many dogs and cats. Here’s why you should consider it when recommending...

Dietary sugars, microbial acids and dental/gut disease – a deeper dive.

A look at how dietary sugars can negatively effect the dental and gut health of your patients. Since as early as 1912, research has shown...

Dietary-driven dental disease mechanisms

Diet is currently considered in the context of nutrient absorption by an animal’s lower gut. The upper gut, home to the second most abundant...

Feeding pets biologically-available food with active lifeforce ingredients

The standard for “healthy” pet food has changed a lot over the years, leading to a revolution of high quality, biologically-available diets for dogs...

Pharmacy vs. Farmacy

How nutrient deficiency, toxicity, and lifestyle are making veterinary patients more dependent on the pharmacy medical model. We have reached a pivotal period in the...

Limited Ingredient Dog Food

You’ve heard of limited ingredient dog food — but what is it exactly, and is it right for your canine patients? Limited ingredient dog foods...

Black soldier fly-based dog food — a novel protein that’s both...

Black soldier fly larvae is a sustainable new protein found in hypoallergenic dog foods — and it’s generating a lot of buzz. Animal-based protein isn’t...

Technicians as teachers: tapping their expertise to educate clients about nutrition

By initiating discussions about nutrition each time pet parents visit the practice, veterinary technicians can directly impact the lifelong health of their patients. Nutrition...

Nutritional support for immunity in animal patients

Foods that may be beneficial for optimal immune system and gut microbiome health in animals. The immune system is the protective mechanism animals rely on...