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27 March 2008

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Mark Bullock

It would be great to see these manuals take a more holistic approach and promote preventative health, especially in the realm of feeding. I truly believe that a natural diet, free from grains, dyes, preservatives, and other chemicals is the best medicine for pets. I know first hand of a number of people who've invested a little extra in buying top-grade food for their pets and avoided lots of very expensive vet bills down the line. Many of the health problems that pets develop are the result of substandard foods that large manufacturers supply so cheaply to consumers. It's time for vets to start promoting a change in how pets eat and for owners to start supporting pet-food manufacturers who only create the highest quality foods without sourcing ingredients from China (even many so-called "healthy" foods still do this).

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