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Is Homemade Dog Food Best For Your Dog?

According to clinical nutritionist Joseph J. Wakshlag with the Baker Institute for Animal Health at Cornell University, pets not fed with the right balance of nutrients -- proteins, minerals, fats, could experience several health disorders and complications including anemia, loss of teeth and broken bone. Over the years, the rate of dog food recall has become alarming. According to a report from FDA, more than 11 types of pet food has been recalled in 2016 only.
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