What’s Wrong with Homemade Dog Food?

I spend so much time nowadays talking to people who either fully understand what it takes to produce health in a dog, or are in the process of learning it, that I sometimes forget how confused the vast majority of the world is on this topic. The other day I happened to click on a video by a former […]

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Is “Honest Kitchen” Really Honest?

Lots of dog owners are buying into the clean homey branding of this dog food, so, like all decisions that are based on marketing sway rather than reality, it deserves a bit of scrutiny. In general, as I mention in the e-book, people are mistaking dehydrated or freeze-dried food for raw or home-prepared food, and […]

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New Videos

Kelley, my co-moderator in my Facebook Group (“Healing Diet for Dogs and Cats”) and I have been making videos lately talking about the fundamentals of Rotational Monofeeding and how it’s allowing dog owners to be independent of the sick dog industry. Please check the videos out, join the group if you do FB and subscribe […]

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Is Watermelon Good for Dogs? YES!!

Recently the editor of Dogs Naturally magazine attempted via an Instagram post to fear monger the feeding of watermelon to dogs.  So, I’d like to go through the bullet list that she presented, and refute each “dangerous side effect” (lol) of feeding watermelon to dogs. Obesity Well, this would be funny if it wasn’t so […]

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Is Your Aging, Raw-Fed Dog Having Issues?

I just received yet another email from a raw feeder whose dog is having symptoms of “allergies” and arthritis after feeding raw for 2 years, even under the supervision of a ‘homeopathic nutritionist’.  I’m reminded of the problems my own dog had when I was feeding raw meat exclusively, including going deaf from chronic ear […]

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Upcoming Webinar Q&A

I’m happy to announce that I’ll be offering my first webinar on Saturday, October 26 from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Pacific Standard Time. Participants are invited to submit questions and I will select as many as can be answered in 90 minutes. The cost is $9.99, payable via PayPal. Registration is open now and […]

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The Con Game of “Allergies”

Once again, we’ve been had For over a century now, the “allergy” concept has been used by both practitioner and afflicted as a scapegoat for every unpleasant, anomalous reaction that humans and pets have to varying innocuous stimuli.  When no other explanation is forthcoming, people just throw up their hands and say, “well, I must […]

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