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pronunciation lesson: diatomaceous – dia-to-may-shush I received a couple of containers of diatomaceous earth (food grade) to try.  I planned on dusting our dogs because it’s a natural and effective flea killer and repellent, but I had just treated our dogs with a flea treatment. In a chat with a brand about raw feeding (you know […]
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Welcome to Raw Foodie Friday! Today, we're going to talk about a supplement that I've been giving my dogs and promoting as a superior alternative to fish oil. This year, I decided to focus on reducing my raw feeding budget, and I'm taking a closer look at the foods and supplements I buy for my […]
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Facebook approached me with an amazing opportunity to offer exclusive content to my followers. And this week, I've launched a section of my Facebook page that is reserved for subscribers. KeepTheTailWagging.com will always be a free resource to pet parents interested in learning how to feed their dogs a raw food diet. I can't thank […]
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A few years ago, I purchased a ton of catnip toys for Cosmo and our dog Scout, came across one and it became his favorite toy. Most evenings, we'll find him laying in his bed licking and nibbling on his catnip toy until he falls asleep. Curious about this behavior, I did some Google research […]
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Welcome to Raw Foodie Friday. This week, I want to talk about a key ingredient in a raw food diet that some raw feeders overlook – fur. When I was new to raw feeding, I would read about Whole Prey Raw Feeders adding fur to their dogs' diet and I figured that it was just […]
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Recently, a friend asked me what long-lasting chews I’d recommend.  I laughed, then sighed because I completely get it.  We live with four dogs and I’ve become an expert at chews and I have a wide range of chews from ones that my dogs can devour in under a minute to chews that will last […]
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This blog post has was originally published in March 2015; it has been updated with new information. There was a discussion in a raw feeding group recently about joint supplements – a member asked which joint supplement we gave to our dogs and I found the responses interesting because they were so varied. I've been […]
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Green Tripe with Zucchini Noodles and a Raw Egg Now this recipe has to be unexpected. Who adds zucchini noodles to their dogs' dish? Me, that's who. I had some extra zucchini noodles left over from a meal that I made for myself and I didn't want to throw them out (I wasn't going to […]
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This blog post was originally published in May 2015.  It has been updated with new information. 10 Common Flea Myths [Originally shared by Only Natural Pet in 2015] Healthy dogs don't get fleas Fleas only live on dogs, not in the house Once you get rid of fleas, your good Keeping your home clean prevents […]
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For years I took flack from strangers online who thought I loved my dogs more than my cat because I fed my dogs raw and my cat kibble. Cats are notoriously difficult to switch to a new diet and my cat was addicted to kibble. I tried several times to switch him to canned and […]
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