The Canine Health Nut was designed to be a sounding board for pup 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
dog owner can make the best decisions
for their pup.
Read My Latest Posts
Homemade Dog Food Recipe – Fish and Sweet Potato: using cod, salmon, sweet potatoes, carrots, broccoli walnut oil, and balanceIT supplement.
There are many different ways that a company might test food to make sure that it meets nutrient adequacy. The first of which is simply testing the food to check that it meets AAFCO nutrient standards by laboratory analysis, another is by feeding the foods to staff dogs and monitoring their health. Both of these […]
What are the risks of Salmonella in Raw Dog Food in comparison to Kibble? Comparative research looking at raw vs. kibble dog food risk for pathogens.