The Canine Health Nut was deigned to be a sounding board for pet parents looking to information about different aspects of canine health and nutrition. The internet is full of half-truths and myths, where one side completely ignores the other. This site isn’t that. As a registered veterinary technician I want to give you information about all the different options you have for your pet – from the conventional to the holistic – so that you can find the solution that fits your dog, and your situation the best.
I firmly believe that a well-informed pet owner can make the best decisions for their pet.
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An introduction to dog food allergies – information about the identification, and diagnosis of dog food allergies, along with the breakdown of how dog food elimination trials are done, and how to select a diet for a trial.
Parvovirus in dogs is a serious disease that currently does not have a cure. Puppies who get parvovirus require 24/hr hospitalization and supportive care in order to survive. Early recognition and prevention are the best ways to prevent death due to this disease.
Most dog food recipes found on the internet are not complete and balanced – here are the 14 nutrients that are usually left out of homemade dog food recipes.