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Importance of Nutrition for Animals: Black Rhino Study

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Lucy, the Black Rhino that was so ill at one point, was given only The Missing Link supplement, and her aspen feed pellets. The supplement played a big part in her health improvements and she showed no signs of the issues and diseases she had previously suffered from.

How The Missing Link® is Saving Zoo Animals

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When it comes to giving an animal the dietary nutrition they need, especially animals that normally live and eat in the wild, human attempts at properly nourishing them can fall flat, to say the least....

5 Critical Benefits of Omega-3 for Dogs

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What Are Omega-3s? Omega-3s are the fatty acids that are available in your dog’s food, as well as in the form of nutritional supplements. Read on for 5 Critical Benefits of Omega-3 for Dogs!

4 Important Health Benefits of Omega 3 For Cats

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There are many potential benefits to giving omega-3 fatty acid supplements to cats. Some of the benefits are visible, while others are not so visible. Regardless of whether you can see the results, part of...

Signs Your Dog May Be Suffering From Arthritis

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Arthritis is a condition thought to be related to joint inflammation. It can be caused by many things, ranging from infection or trauma, to immune-related and metabolic diseases. Most commonly, however, arthritis is related to...

Common Hip & Joint Problems In Dogs - What You Should Know

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Occasionally, you may notice your dog appears to be moving a bit more slowly than normal, or perhaps even limping. Often, this is due to some sort of hip or joint discomfort your dog is...

What Causes Upset Stomach in Dogs?

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An upset stomach can affect both young dogs as well as older dogs, and in most cases, they will recover just fine on their own. However, sometimes an upset stomach is more than just an upset stomach and may be related to an underlying condition. Learn What Causes Upset Stomach in Dogs? in our article.

My Dog Has an Upset Stomach: What Do I Do?

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Though it’s not pleasant, dogs can experience upset tummies too, just like people. When they do, they will often naturally gravitate towards eating grass. Though it seems abnormal and you might wonder what’s so tasty...

Signs Your Dog Has an Upset Stomach

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All dogs experience an upset stomach from time to time. It doesn't matter whether they are older or just a pup, upset stomachs appear to be an equal opportunity ailment. There's nothing like being woken...