Non-processed meat-based early diet reduces risk of dog digestive issues later in life

Non-processed meat-based early diet reduces risk of dog digestive issues later in life

A diet of non-processed meat, human leftovers, and raw bones during puppyhood and adolescence may protect dogs against certain gastrointestinal disorders later in life, suggests Peer Reviewed research published in Scientific Reports.

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