While your dog or cat may enjoy chicken or beef regularly, it's good to introduce them to new flavors every once in a while. This alternative protein may be a healthy, enjoyable way to change things up.
An excellent source of protein, this Thanksgiving dinner centerpiece can provide your pet with some of the most important nutrients they need. But don't be so quick to give them other table scraps - here's how you can safely feed this meat to your pet.
People who want to 'eat healthy' often opt for this grain as an alternative to white rice, because it’s less processed and said to be more nutritious. But can it be good for your pets as well?
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