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Dr. Dodd's Corner

Dogs are known to be food-loving creatures, but not all human food is safe for them. Chocolate, grapes and raisins, in particular, are common examples of human food that can be harmful to dogs. If your dog has accidentally eaten chocolate, grapes or raisins, it's important to take immediate action. Here's what you should do.
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A typical activity that many pet owners may have noticed in their dogs is eating grass and occasionally vomiting afterwards....

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When it comes to feeding our pets, many of us may be under the impression that animal-sourced protein is the only way to go. However, it's important to understand that protein quality is more important than protein source.
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When you are making your New Year’s resolutions, don’t forget to incorporate your pet into the list! Recruit your furry friend to be your goal buddy! It’s a wonderful way to bond with your pet, and it’s much easier to work towards your goals when you have an accountable pawner! Here’s a list of 7 pet-inspired, healthy resolutions for you and your dog in the New Year.
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When we consider plant-based protein sources, we need to ensure both quantity and quality are meeting the dog’s requirements. There are plenty of protein-rich plant-based ingredients, especially nuts, seeds and legumes, that can provide amino acids in foods for dogs... 
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Although dogs are omnivores, capable of digesting and metabolising nutrients from both animal and non-animal sources, there is no recognition of a requirement of animal-derived nutrients in a dog’s diet. Provided the diet meets all of their essential nutrient requirements, it is considered as “complete and balanced” as any other diet that does so.
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