Dog Diabetes: Why Diet Is Important

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Diabetes is a life threatening disease to protection dogs. Just like in humans, the disease is commonly linked to the type of food a dog eats. In as much as diet has a role in causing diabetes, there are other nutritional related factors that also contribute to emergence of the disease. The following are some… Read more »

Protein Deficiency: Is it Hurting Your Dog?

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Does Your Dog Have A Protein Deficiency? Just like humans, dogs need a sufficient amount of protein in their diet for optimal health. The signs a protein deficiency can be overlooked, but once you know what to look for it is easy to spot and to correct. Personal protection dogs work and train hard, which… Read more »

15 *BEST* Ways to Improve Your Dog’s Diet … Now!

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We live in a time where people are more health conscious, self-aware of what they are putting into their bodies, and all the more vital for it! This lifestyle transformation and heightening standard for food integrity naturally includes our beloved personal protection dogs, and all members of the family. Your personal protection dog was an… Read more »

Top 5 Canine Sprain Remedies

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Most dogs tend to be active, energetic, playful animals. Some breeds can be more hyper than others, but all can be at risk for minor strains, sprains, or soft tissue injuries from all that running around. This is especially true for occupational animals such as personal protection dogs. When minor injuries happen, it is a… Read more »

Our 6 Approved Joint Supplements For Dogs

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One in 4 dogs is in pain as we speak. Arthritis, or inflammation of the joints leading to constant chronic pain irritated by both movement and long periods of non-movement, is shockingly prevalent. It’s not even limited to elderly dogs! Large dogs and overweight dogs are especially susceptible. 70% of joint disease stems from developmental… Read more »