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The cat is considered by scientists to be a strict carnivore and the dog is considered to be an omnivore. Both species are in the Class Mammalia and the Order Carnivora, but here's the difference: the cat cannot sustain its life unless it consumes meat in some form. Dogs, however, are able to survive on plant material alone; they do not have to consume meat. But always keep in mind that dogs do best and by nature are primarily meat-eaters. Just because by definition they are omnivores (can digest and utilize plant and animal food sources) does not mean that plant material alone makes a good source of nutrition for the dog. Far too many dogs have been undernourished by those cheap grain-based dog foods. And grain-based cat foods are even worse.More >
FAQ: What source of vitamin C is the best: natural vitamin C or phosphory¬lated vitamin C? Why? Which type is used in Husse products?
Vitamins are essential substances in pet food. Most vitamins are not very stable and break down when exposed to heat, oxygen or sunlight. Vitamin C, especially, is very unstable. Natural vitamin C decomposes very rapidly. After three months, 60% of normal vitamin C has disappeared from the food. After one year of storage, approx. 95% of the vitamin C has disappeared.More >
For most of us, our pets are one of the most important things in our day to day lives. We rush home to make sure they can go out; we make sure we can be home around their feeding times and some of our pets need certain medications at certain times. How many of us have made plans to ensure these things happen in the event something happens to us?
Our routine in caring for our beloved fur children could be something as small as we’re going to be late but in the worst case what if something life altering happens like an emergency or even our death. Let’s talk about things you can do to plan on each of these levels.