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“Dogs are Carnivores, Right?”

A Science Dog Webinar

Live and On-Demand Access!


      

  • Wednesday, April 24th, 7:00 pm (CST). On-demand recording available until May 24th.
  • Description: There is much argument (and polarization) today regarding how best to feed our dogs. While some believe that dogs are obligate carnivores and should be fed a raw diet containing high levels of meat, others promote avoiding all types of processed foods and feeding only homemade diets. Yet another sub-group maintains that dogs are more omnivorous in nature and are capable of thriving when fed a vegetarian diet. Where does the truth lie? Specifically, what does science tell us about the domestic dog’s classification, eating habits and nutrient requirements? In this webinar, we examine the evidence that supports and refutes various beliefs about the domestic dog’s nutrient needs, feeding behavior and nutritional health. Participants will be encouraged to question and support their own beliefs and dog feeding practices as we explore what is currently understood about our canine best friend’s dietary needs and feeding behavior.
  • Registration Deadline: April 24th, 6:00 pm CST
  • Registration Fee: $19.95 Click Here to Register

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