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IS YOUR DOG OR CAT GETTING THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF CALCIUM?

Many people feed their pets homeprepared diets from fresh, whole foods. It’s a great way to go, but you need to ensure your dog or cat is getting the right nutrients in the correct quantities – and that includes calcium.

Dogs & Cats

Homemade diets are popular with a lot of pet owners. But when you’re developing your dog or cat’s menu, you need to ensure he’s getting all the nutrients he needs, and in the right amounts. One of those important nutrients is calcium. Your pet’s body cannot, on its own, maintain the appropriate levels of calcium to phosphorus (more on this important ratio later) so it’s crucial to understand why calcium must be added to home-prepared diets – and how it should be added.

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