Dog Raised Feeders - The Only Way to Go!

Written by Tara Pearce

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And come to think of it, there IS a tangible difference from when they ate out of standard floor level bowls – their *ahem* intestinal gas has dramatically decreased. I didn’t change foods or treats, simplyrepparttar height at which they fed themselves from. Of course, if you feed low quality food, or lots of table scraps, a raised dog dish won’t make a whit of difference.

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Crate Training Dogs & Puppies- FAQ

Written by A. Grignard

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9) What's in it for me?

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