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Taking care of your furry friend shouldn't be difficult. Make sure they receive plenty of love and attention, take them into the vet regularly, get them out to socialize and exercise and feed them nutritious food. The food part however can prove far more challenging than it should. Big brand pet food providers often offer inferior food with an assortment of fillers and unhealthy byproducts.

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Taking care of your dog starts with making sure they are properly fed and given plenty of water. However, if you don't know what to look for you may confuse a slender dog with malnutrition. There are several signs of being malnourished to look out for.

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Feeding your pet a raw food diet is an excellent way to make sure your furry little friend receives the very best vitamins and nutrients for a long and healthy life. That said, there are several do's and don'ts you need to follow in order to avoid negative side effects of some less than desirable food products.

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Have you ever looked on the back of a pet food label, only to find you have no idea what some of the ingredients are? If so, you are not alone. Many of the big-label brands of dog food use "filler" ingredients to bulk up the food and decrease the cost of production, passing the savings (and the nutritional deficiency) on to you.

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Searching for the right food for your dog is important. You don't want to just settle for the big name brand, boasting you receive an extra 20% for free! Cheaply priced dog food is exactly that: cheap. It's like putting cheap, processed food into your body every single meal. You might save money, but you put yourself at risk of health problems. Cheap, big brand dog food comes packed with fillers. Try organic, protein and vitamin rich brands instead.

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Buying traditional cat food is easy. You simply go to any store, pick up a bag of dry food or a box of canned food and call it a day. However, this may not be the best option. In fact, organic cat food is significantly better for your feline than regular cat food. Here are some of the major health benefits associated with choosing organic.

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Dogs are almost always happy to see you, go on a walk and chase a ball around the yard for hours at a time. However, a happy dog doesn't always mean a healthy dog. While personality and energy are always great indicators, here's how to tell if your dog is in great shape.

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Dental cleaning for dogs and cats is often an afterthought. Many pet owners simply don't think about brushing their pet's teeth or having their mouth professionally cleaned. However, a dog and cat's oral health may be related to other health issues, ranging anywhere from heart disease to cancer. Here are a few of the biggest reasons you should stay on top of cleaning your pet's mouth.

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With the majority of your dog's body covered in fur, their ears, nose, eyes and mouth become important windows into their overall health. Identifying a possible ear infection early on helps you prevent the problem from spreading, may give you an indication to alternative health concerns and allows you to restore your pet's comfort faster. Here are a few ways you can tell if your dog has an ear infection.

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Your dog is part of the family. Like any other member of the household, you want to keep everyone safe, happy and healthy However, you also likely want to avoid costly vet visits if at all possible. Here are several signs

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