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Vets & Veterinarians blogs from ProDog Raw there is so much information here relating to Vets & Veterinarians for your dogs health, dogs needs and nutrition which should help and guide you and your dog.

4 May '21

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Acid Reflux, Bilious Vomiting, Fasting and Hunger Pukes in Dogs

Heidi at Prodog Raw is a real research hound. She’s asked me to gather information on Acid Reflux in dogs. They are getting a lot of enquiries about this issue from people feeding kibble. Looking around the internet, there’s loads of info on it, as there is for every possible thing you can imagine. There’s […]

10 Mar '21

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How To Make Your Dog Your Own Food If The Stores Have Run Out

The recent reports of supermarket pet food shortages are naturally causing widespread concern amongst dog and cat owners – especially those who have only recently become an owner.  If your local store hasn’t got your dog’s dry or wet food in stock, there’s actually no need to worry. Our dogs are living breathing mammals just […]

10 Mar '21

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Raw Feeding During Holidays

If you have recently taken the leap to feeding raw food to your dog, you may find yourself wondering how you can travel with your dog’s new type of food, or how you might feed your dog whilst away on holiday. You will be pleased to know there are lots of ways you can do […]

5 Mar '21

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Anal Glands & Raw Food

Anal glands; dogs have them; we don’t. Why? What do they do? Why do they cause problems? What can we do to help them help themselves? Does feeding a raw food diet help? What are Anal Glands? Anal glands are two small pouches of watery to sticky material that exists just inside the anus of […]

5 Mar '21

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Constipation in the Dog and How Raw Helps

Constipation, if you look it up in the Oxford Languages dictionary, is ‘a condition in which there is difficulty in emptying the bowels, usually associated with hardened faeces’. Interesting! Therefore today, we’re looking at reasons the kibble fed dog might get hard faeces (stools) and how real raw food can help. There Are Many Conditions […]

16 Feb '21

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Vets and Raw Feeding

When discussing a raw dog food diet for your dog with your vet, you may find that you get a mixed response. While some vets advocate this natural choice as the best way to feed your dog, there are others who aren’t so keen. While more and more people are turning to a raw diet […]

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