2020-04-03
  • 11:57 am What Are The Perfect Conditions to Make or Keep Fish Healthy?
  • 1:17 pm Hostgator Is My Host
  • 8:31 am Doc Johnson Do You Take Pet Insurance?
  • 1:55 pm 18 Microscopy – Chilodonella
  • 1:44 pm 19 MICROSCOPY – Trichodina
  • 1:44 pm 20 MICROSCOPY – Miscellany

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What is FOS and Why Should I Care? FOS stands for “Fructo-Oligo-Saccharides” and it’s pure “inulin”  – (not insulin lol) Inulin is the ‘active ingredient” in all the cholesterol-lowering-good-gut-germ-growing-probiotics in the plant kingdom. Black beans, canned pumpkin, sweet potato, etc. It turns out, to maintain a decent quality poop for most indoor dogs, “FOS” is […]

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How Dogs Are Supposed to Eat A puppy eats BIG A stray eats BIG A normal dog eats dry dog food with little interest, may even skip meals. You have to add something to the dry food to keep them eating ‘well’ at every feeding, but then they go past “lean” and into fat. A […]

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Dogs and cats should never have chicken in their butt. Trying to get your attention with that headline. How does chicken end up in the butts of dogs and cats? (Alternative title: “Inflammatory bowel disease due to whole protein maldigestion in colon” much less provocative.) The gastrointestinal tract could be broken into three segments. The […]

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What’s the Best Dog Probiotic on Amazon? We’ve almost forever known that our gut contains germs. We learned a little more recently that many of the germs in our gut a “good” and necessary. In the recent past, science learned that we can implant / transplant beneficial germs to the gut. Very recently, we realized […]

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Weight loss in dogs by feeding Atkins style is extraordinary, nothing short of exciting, when dogs are not given carbohydrates for a while their appetite planes down as they are no longer on the blood sugar roller coaster. Weight peels off of them and it’s just fat weight so it is very healthy. My two-year-old […]

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What Do You Recommend for Dogs on Grain Free, DCM-List feeds? My priorities IN ORDER: Quality Nutrition Rice instead of peas / lentils Cost Deliverable Not Chewy.com My reason for changing foods was that Ajax was eating ultra low carb and that had cut him down to super-lean. Like, muscular with veins showing. As low-carb […]

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Hi, Dr. Johnson, Just ran into this article on the internet and was horrified that the food from Costco that was recommended to us is on this list. Should we stop feeding the “Nature’s Domain” to our dog? https://whdh.com/news/fda-announces-dog-food-brands-that-could-cause-heart-failure Answer to: Can My Dog Food Cause DCM? Cardiomyopathy? A diet that’s truly “grain free” BUT […]

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What do you think about the limited ingredient foods such as kangaroo food for food allergy? Or do you think we should stick to the Rachael Ray food? ANSWER: That is an excellent question You can feed a food that has brand new proteins the dog has never seen, and of course they will have […]

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There are quite a few ways to supply proteins to a dog. I think that’s an understatement. But in consideration of food allergy, there are three main considerations. That’s novel proteins, limited ingredients, or hydrolyzed proteins. But what’s best? What do you think about the limited ingredient foods such as kangaroo food? Or do you […]

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This is the proper vegetable mix. I don’t care if the peppers are in there – they don’t matter. What matters is that the vegetables are NOT STARCHY. Very low in carbohydrates. Excellent! Market Pantry is at Target Doc Johnson

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On my website I have quite a few different ways to cook for your dog but I want you to know The easiest home cooking for dogs. Alternative for Raw diets of six or seven kinds, some diets that are rich in carbohydrates from 10 years ago, to some diets that are more conservative on […]

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