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The Problem with Pumpkin

...And canned pumpkin without salt contains only 12 milligrams of sodium per cup, but some canned pumpkin brands with salt contain nearly 600 milligrams of sodium per cup! That would...


What Treats Can I Give My Dog With Kidney Disease?

...content can be obtained from the USDA Food Composition Database (https://ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/). Treat options should be less than 150 mg phosphorus per 100 kcal and 100 mg sodium per 100 kcal...


Cooking Up Trouble: Common Home Cooking Mistakes

...home-cooked diet. Substituting ingredients, even something as simple as changing brands if your recipe specifies a specific brand, may dramatically alter the nutritional profile of the diet and make it...


Should you make your own pet food at home?

...of his nutritional needs is to obtain your recipe from the pet equivalent of a registered dietician – a veterinarian with board certification in veterinary nutrition (www.acvn.org) or with a...


The Scoop on Storing Pet Food

...in pet food bags. They grow well in foods rich in protein- and fat-rich foods, so most pet foods provide perfect conditions. Tip: Pet foods contaminated with storage mites can...


Can I change my pet’s diet to improve skin and coat health?

...in dogs and cats are currently lacking. In most cases, we recommend seeing a Board Certified Veterinary Dermatologist if your pet has chronic skin itching or infections (https://www.acvd.org/tools/locator/locator.asp?ids=16_Find_Dermatologist) for chronic...


Copper-Associated Liver Disease in Dogs

...board-certified veterinary nutritionist (www.acvn.org) to ensure that the diet meets all of your dog’s essential nutrient needs for overall health, while still being low in copper. You may want to...


Your Kitten’s Diet is Linked to her Health as an Adult

...including diet in cats presenting for gastrointestinal signs in later life. Veterinary Record 2019; doi: 10.1136/vr.105040: https://veterinaryrecord.bmj.com/content/185/5/144 You can learn more about the Bristol Cats Study on their website: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/vet-school/research/projects/cats/...