Saturday, December 10, 2022

From the editor: The skin; a natural barrier for nutritional implications in dogs and...

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The skin is actually one of the largest tissues or organs of the human body but of course also for our companions’ cats and dogs. The integument is the vital barrier protecting the animal...

Harringtons launches new diet supplements for dogs

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Yorkshire-based pet brand Harringtons has launched new advanced diet supplements for dogs, adding to its Advanced Science Range. The supplement launch includes quality, nutritionally advanced supplements, which are affordable and accessible. Owned by Inspired Pet...
Is a dog part of your health plan?

Is your dog a part of your health plan?

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The history of dogs as pets stretches back tens of thousands of years ago, when dogs were first domesticated from grey wolves. Initially, the tamest wolves might have approached human settlements in search of...

Dilated cardiomyopathy and its relationship to petfood

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Dilated cardiomyopathy is one of the most recurrent diseases in dogs and cats and is currently a major concern that challenges the entire petfood production industry. In this article we investigate the research and reports...
What is the Relationship between Pet Food and the hair of Cats and Dogs

Petfood and pet hair

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The hair of dogs and cats is an influential factor in the different breeds and species meaning, in many cases, what causes a person to choose one breed over another. Petfood is crucial in the...
What is the role of Pet Food in canine obesity?

What is the role of petfood in canine obesity?

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Obesity in dogs is a recurring theme in veterinary consultations, and various factors can lead to an overweight animal. We will discuss the role of pet food in obesity and can be done to...
What is the Relationship between Cancer and Dog Food?

Relationship between cancer and dog food

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A Swedish pet health insurance claims that cancer is the leading cause of death. Out of 350,000 dogs, cancer claims 18 percent of these deaths. Is there anything the petfood industry can do to...
The most prone dog breeds

World Atopic Dermatitis Day: the most prone dog breeds

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World Atopic Dermatitis Day was celebrated on September 14. In dogs, canine atopic dermatitis (CAD) is highly relevant. Between 10 percent and 15 percent of domestic canines present it to a greater or lesser...
Feline Hyperthyroidism

Feline hyperthyroidism: how does food influence it?

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Hyperthyroidism is a common condition in cats older than 10 years, and over the past 30 years, the prevalence of thyroid pathologies in felines has steadily increased. Hyperthyroidism is the most common feline endocrine disorder...

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