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You've just discovered that your pet has allergies and you've been advised to do an elimination diet trial. But what exactly is it, and what results should you expect? Elimination diets can be recommended by your veterinarian for a variety of reasons. An itchy dog that doesn't seem to respond...
How to Feed Dogs in Different Life Stages (Based on Studies)
As the dog ages, her nutritional requirements will change for a variety of reasons, most commonly due to energy expenditure and metabolism, and deteriorating health condition. Despite what you see on dog food packages, there isn’t one best dog food that fits all the various nutritional needs of dogs of...
10 Most Common Veterinary Questions Answered
As a veterinarian, I often hear the exact same questions over and over. In the interest of owners and their dogs, here are the ten most common questions and my evidence-based responses to them. 1. "How much should I feed my pet?" This is probably the number one most commonly asked...
Gluten Free Dog Food - A Scientific Analysis
Gluten remains a hot topic, and more owners today are searching for gluten free dog food for their pets, too. Studies show that majority of dogs are actually not sensitive to gluten, but some definitely are. A growing body of research demonstrated that gluten sensitivity itself is in fact real, and specific diets can...
15 Evidence-Based Dog Nutrition Tips
Just Google the words “Dog Nutrition Tips” and you will be assaulted with a deluge of search results. There are literally thousands of so-called tips. But which ones should you trust?  We breakdown 15 evidence-based tips for your dog. 1. Stick to Natural Commercial Diets Keep your dog's commercial diets as...
Good Food vs Bad Food for Dogs
Selecting a quality dog food is one of the best ways to ensure your dog stays happy and healthy. There is ample evidence that nutrition can directly influence dog's overall health (1, 2, 3). With the overwhelming number of dog food brands available and plethora of information and misinformation regarding...
Corn for Dogs - A Scientific Look
Corn for dogs has been a controversial subject for years now with many claims made against this grain. When looking at the facts, can dogs eat corn or not, and is corn bad for dogs in any way? Currently, there's no research suggesting that corn may be bad for canines. The short answer...
Canine Bloat Science
Canine Gastric Dilatation Volvulus or bloat is a devastating, life-threatening condition that happens acutely, sometimes without warning. The pathogenesis of the disease is poorly understood but new research has shed light on possible causes and risk factors. Bloat is caused by the stomach twisting on itself, effectively blocking the ability...