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The kidneys are a vital organs. This means that your dog cannot survive without them. Small but mighty they play many roles in keeping your dog happy, healthy and alive. One of these roles is maintaining the complex, delicate balance between two very important ions – calcium and phosphorus. Calcium and phosphate are both minerals that […]

I’ve written about kidney failure on a few occasions in the past – what it is and how it can be treated. But what I haven’t spoken about is what the kidneys are. What exactly do these bean-shaped organs do and why is keeping them healthy so important to your dog’s overall health? Though they […]

Are you already cooking for your dog or are you considering it? Feeding your dog a standard, generic recipe from online or a book can carry risks, and sometimes, can be detrimental to their health. This is particularly the case if your dog has an underlying health issue like heart problems, chronic kidney disease or […]