Individualized Nutrition For Your Dogs

We love dogs, too! So, we know that you want the same things we do - the best nutrition, high-quality supplements and you want accurate information without the hype. We're proud to provide all three. Join us in the pursuit of your dog's best health.

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Essential Fatty Acids for Skin and Coat

Both scientific studies and observation show that these oils can help dogs with many skin problems. The beauty of these supplements is that although most sources of omega 6 essential fatty acids are pro-inflammatory, these two are not! So, even the allergic dog may benefit. The dog that can’t tolerate much fat in the diet can as well.

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Liver-Friendly Diet

The following diet is based on the original one by Dr. Jean Dodd's and I'm pleased that Dr. Dodds has approved it for long term use. Please note that the amounts of food have changed from the original diet and supplementation differs greatly. This diet meets the newest NRC recommended allowances for vitamins and minerals.

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Thanks to you

Like you, we try to give a hand up to dogs in need. Not too long ago, we told you that profits from our Savings Packages of supplements for the month would be going to the Westie Rescue in Michigan. With your support, we were able to make a donation and received the following letter, so thanks belong to our customers who joined us in this effort.

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Thank you so much for the donation to our rescue group. We hope those who purchased the supplements from your packages know that they are helping a lot of very nice little white dogs who so deserve a better life. We appreciate both the donation and the thoughts behind it.

Beth

Westie Rescue Michigan

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Systemic Yeast in Dogs

Yeast problems have been discussed on my Yahoogroups list, K9Kitchen, many times. New members worry about carbohydrates and “sweet” vegetables feeding yeast. Before deciding that your dog has a yeast problem, it's probably best to visit your veterinarian.Get a culture and sensitivity done and see what comes back. At one point, a vet was sure that Zoey had only yeast in one ear. The culture showed yeast and bacteria at the time.

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