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- Certain ingredients and types of foods can actually do more harm than good to your dog. Here's a guide to what you should not feed your pet.
- Dogs like a little gravy on their meals, just like you do on yours. But puppy seasonings and sauces are good for more than just adding flavor.
- Some dog owners may feel that their pets need a variety or certain intensity of flavors to keep them interested. Not so, say experts.
- When it comes to feeding time, you are smarter than the average dog. Your pet may not know what's good for him, but you should, so follow these 10 mealtime rules.
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