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A species-specific diet is most likely the best option for your canine pet but of course it is necessary in some cases to follow your vet's advice on how to feed your dog, for example, some older dogs are unable to digest so much raw protein and may require a different sort of meat or fish, for it to be cooked or more brown rice because of weak kidneys. Others issues around canine digestion of raw meat mean that puppies younger than 10 months old should NOT be consuming raw meat according to veterinary specialist dieticians. Puppies of that age or younger would normally be digesting regurgitated meat/food from their mother's mouths and would not at that point in their growth be physically and biologically-equipped to digest raw meat. This medical knowledge is based on a veterinary study of the biology of dogs as well as the evolutionary study of their digestive systems.

Species-Specific Diet

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