Calcium is essential to your dog for a number of reasons. It helps build strong nails, bones and teeth for starters. It also helps maintain . . .
Gerald Pepin, The Canine Nutritionist
Hi, I’m Gerald Pepin and I’m The Canine Nutritionist.
My dogs have always mean’t the world to me. It wasn’t until one of my own canine companions became ill that I came to understand that most dog health issues can be managed or cured purely by improving their nutrition. So I studied Canine Nutrition and with that knowledge improved the lives of my dogs, without harmful drugs and chemicals, and without using anything that is not 100% natural.
I want my dogs to be part of my life for as long as humanly possible. I want them to live long, happy, active, healthy lives. I make that happen for my dogs. Now I want to make it happen for yours!
While it’s perfectly normal for a healthy dog to have a trace amount of protein in its urine, when a urinalysis identifies excessive . . .
Once your vet has diagnosed an existing health condition, the chances are your best friend doesn’t need ongoing expensive medication . . .