Blog Posts Tagged As: Raw Food for Cats

Tips for buying commercial raw meals ...

Posted By: Ockert Cameron Published: 26/11/2017 Times Read: 765 Comments 0
Tips for buying commercial raw meals ...

When considering pre-made (or commercial) raw food meals for your pack, such as the supreme pet cuisine we stock and supply from Doggobone, Raw Love Pets, Simply Pets and Dogmatters, be sure to do your homework on your supplier(s). There are many unregistered manufacturers, and it is important for you to understand WHY we only work with registered manufacturers.

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Vegan and/or Vegetarian diets for Dogs?

Posted By: Ockert Cameron Published: 26/11/2017 Times Read: 753 Comments 0
Vegan and/or Vegetarian diets for Dogs?

It is, unfortunately, a highly debated topic - just perform a search on Google for "vegetarian diets for dogs" or "vegan diets for dogs", and you will find a whole lot of controversy. Considering that most kibbles end up being based on some form of plant source, and doggits seem to survive, it seems there be enough anecdotal evidence on this topic, right? We discuss the concept in more detail.

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Tripe .. the magical mystery meat!

Posted By: Ockert Cameron Published: 26/11/2017 Times Read: 875 Comments 0
Tripe .. the magical mystery meat!

A popular ethnic food in many parts of Africa, the UK and Asia, tripe is not new at all, but it’s quickly becoming a popular natural health choice for fur kids.

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Why Feed Raw?

Posted By: Ockert Cameron Published: 02/12/2016 Times Read: 1798 Comments 0
Why Feed Raw?

One can rightfully ask: why raw and not kibble? Pet parents are asking that every day, and some are coming to the realization that while their fur kids may be doing well, they could be doing better. This is one of the reasons pet parents switch their pets if their pets do not have some major health problem. They switch because they believe their dogs or cats can have better quality lives if they are fed a raw diet.

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Cancer in Pets ...

Posted By: Ockert Cameron Published: 30/11/2016 Times Read: 1990 Comments 0
Cancer in Pets ...

When it comes to our pets, there’s no national organization that tracks the occurrence of cancer. We do know that many common human cancers are not prevalent in pets, but there are other cancers we do acquire in common, including breast (mammary gland) cancer, lymphoma, skin cancer that takes the form of mast cell tumours in pets, and bone cancer. We touch lightly on this very emotional topic.

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My vet is not very supportive of raw feeding ...

Posted By: Ockert Cameron Published: 29/11/2016 Times Read: 1360 Comments 0
My vet is not very supportive of raw feeding ...

Make friends with your vet, and help them become informed! We discuss the reasons why they might not be supportive of raw pet cuisine.

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Constipation in Pets

Posted By: Ockert Cameron Published: 27/11/2016 Times Read: 1469 Comments 0
Constipation in Pets

Constipation (obstipation, megacolon), often suspected by pet parents but in fact, rarely diagnosed, occurs when the pet is unable to properly evacuate his bowels. We discuss this condition chiefly.

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Cushing's Disease in Pets

Posted By: Ockert Cameron Published: 27/11/2016 Times Read: 1661 Comments 0
Cushing's Disease in Pets

Canine hyperadrenocorticism , commonly known as Cushing’s disease, or hyperadrenocorticism , results in overproduction of adrenal gland hormones, most commonly glucocorticoids . The disorder is relatively common in middle-aged to older dogs and rare in cats. We discuss this condition chiefly.

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Diabetes in Pets

Posted By: Ockert Cameron Published: 27/11/2016 Times Read: 1989 Comments 0
Diabetes in Pets

Diabetes mellitus is a common endocrine pancreatic disorder of cats and dogs. The incidence of diabetes in cats and dogs is reported to be anywhere from 1 in 100 to 1 in 500 pets. We discuss this condition chiefly.

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Epilepsy Support in Pets

Posted By: Ockert Cameron Published: 27/11/2016 Times Read: 1399 Comments 0
Epilepsy Support in Pets

Epilepsy is the name given to seizural disorders in dogs and cats for which there is no identifiable cause. Primary epilepsy is the result of functional cerebral disturbances without obvious cause other than a possible hereditary tendency. We discuss this condition chiefly.

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Incontinence (Urinary) Support in Pets

Posted By: Ockert Cameron Published: 27/11/2016 Times Read: 1422 Comments 0
Incontinence (Urinary) Support in Pets

Urinary incontinence means that the pet cannot totally control his ability to urinate. Typically, urinary incontinence causes a “leaky bladder”. Clinical signs often seen include finding “wet spots” under the pet where he/she sleeps, and seeing dribbling urine as the pet moves about. We discuss this condition chiefly.

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IBS / IBD in Pets

Posted By: Ockert Cameron Published: 27/11/2016 Times Read: 1537 Comments 0
IBS / IBD in Pets

Inflammatory bowel disease is the name given to a group of conditions that are characterized by pathologic evidence of inflammation of the intestinal tract which is associated with gastrointestinal signs. These are usually chronic and persistent. We discuss this condition in more detail.

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