Category Archives: Cats and Dogs

Grape and Raisin Toxicity

A reader recently asked about the issue of grape/raisin toxicity in dogs, and what it means for the Chardonnay grape seed oil in Moxxor. In the 1990s, veterinarians began seeing dogs who developed acute kidney failure after eating grapes, raisins, … Continue reading

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Omega-3s and Pet Food

Most dogs and cats in North America are deficient in the Omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA, no matter what they eat. “But wait!” you say. “I’m buying them the very best food at the specialty shop, and it says … Continue reading

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Omega-3s for Cats

No doubt you’ve heard of Omega-3 fatty acids, Omega-6 fatty acids, and essential fatty acids.  But did you know that they are essential for cats, too? The term “essential” means that the animal cannot synthesize the nutrient within its body, … Continue reading

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Omega 3s for Dogs

Essential nutrients are those that the body cannot make itself, and must be consumed in the diet. For instance, dogs can manufacture Vitamins A and C, but they must get Vitamin D from their food. Certain fats, called essential fatty … Continue reading

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