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<transcy>BARF ADDITIVES PART 1 ° OILS</transcy>

BARF ADDITIVES PART 1 ° OILS

Why oils at all? In the past, when the dog's wild ancestors hunted down their prey, they took much more with it Omega-3 fatty acids to himself than with today's feeding. This is mainly due to the fact that rabbits and game contain much more omega-3 than, for example, beef. Therefore, today's feed should be additionally enriched to compensate for the deficiency. Oils also provide more energy, shiny fur and eliminate skin problems . In addition, oils help in the release of vitamins. If, for example, vegetables such as carrots are fed, the nutrients can only be converted in the...

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<transcy>MIRACLE MORO SOUP</transcy>

MIRACLE MORO SOUP

FIRST AID WITH THE DOG Morosche carrot soup is one of the best home remedies for diarrhea. For dogs and humans - equally! AN ANCIENT HOME REMEDY FROM CHILDHOOD - BEFORE ANTIBIOTICS. With a saucepan full of carrots, you can produce an active ingredient at home that in many cases is superior to industrial antibiotics in the case of intestinal infections. It took decades to fully understand the effect: the extra long boiling of the beets creates a very special sugar molecule that docks on the intestinal wall and thereby blocks the exclusive docking point for dangerous single cells such...

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<transcy>5 good reasons not to share your own shampoo with your dog</transcy>

5 good reasons not to share your own shampoo with your dog

Into the shower and the master's shampoo on the coat? Here are the five most important reasons that speak against using normal shampoo for washing dogs: 1. Shampoo dries out the skin Everyone probably knows that: You have to search a long time to find the right shampoo for your own hair. Often the scalp becomes irritated, the hair becomes dull or greasy, the scalp itches. It is similar with dogs: the pH value of dog's skin is between 6.8 and 8.0, which means it is in the alkaline range. Among other things, this leads to the fact that conventional...

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<transcy>Myokee - The organic dog kitchen</transcy>

Myokee - The organic dog kitchen

Is it necessary to change the feed? And how to use MYOKEE? No, it is not necessary to change the feed. Dogs love the wonderful taste of MYOKEE together with their usual food. On top of that, the natural all-rounder brings healthy variety to the dog kitchen, without added sugar, without additives and of course gluten-free. With no soaking time, it's ready to serve! You can use it with or without water: with dry food: Pour 1 portion of MYOKEE & water (according to feeding recommendation) into the food bowl, swirl 1-2, add dry food. Basta! with wet food: 1...

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