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Restoring your pet's gut health

The gut contains microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, viruses and protozoa. The collective of all these microorganisms is referred to as the microbiome. The microbiome's health in our pet’s gut is essential for a healthy life.

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Preventing nutritional deficiencies with Predamax

Ensuring your dog is being fed a balanced, nutrient-rich diet can be challenging. Raw fed diets, homemade diets, low grade kibble, and canned food can all result in potential imbalances in your dog's diet.  What are the effects of nutritional deficiencies? Poor skin and coat Decreased energy Behavioural issues Immune issues Increased risk of osteoarthritis Obesity/weight loss Poor growth Predamax has been formulated by veterinarians and nutritionists to balance your dog's diet by providing them with essential vitamins and minerals that may be missing in their everyday diet. Predamax supports daily well-being and provides nutrients essential for their bones, coat, brain and immune function. The highly palatable formula is available in two products – a meal topper powder and a soft tasty chew. It is suitable for dogs of all stages in life - from puppies to...

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Anxiety in dogs

Anxiety can affect not only humans but also our pets. There are two types of anxiety in dogs. The first is temporary and can be caused by a change in routine or environment, such as when you're going on vacation or moving to a new house. The second is long-term and can be caused by something like a past trauma or abuse. 

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Introducing your dog to your baby

Bringing home a baby can be a nerve-wracking experience for anyone. Your dog will be faced with a variety of new smells, toys and sounds in the home. Helping your dog adjust to the change before the arrival can help make it easier for everyone once the baby arrives home.

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Osteoarthritis in Dogs

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis in dogs, affecting one quarter of the dog population. It is a degenerative disease that causes pain and inflammation in your dog's joints. The disease can be caused by injury or trauma, or it may develop over time as a result of wear and tear on the joints.

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