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Relief From Licking Paws – A Natural Approach

Is your dog one of the many dogs that struggle with licking their paws? Do you think it is allergies or have you been told it is allergies? The truth is that the term “allergies” is a catch-all term that means we don’t really know for sure what is causing your dog to lick his

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Why Gut Health Is Important For Dogs

All diseases start in the gut.Sound familiar? It’s a pretty common phrase on the farm. And it’s usually the truth. But these livestock owners are usually talking about swine and poultry, not dogs.  For years, the agricultural community has made gut health a priority for chickens and pigs, inspiring standards and best practices. Why not

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Made a California edition Rogue Ammo Can Did the Rogue logo in a Laguna blue to send out to Officer Baxter and K9-Xoro in support of their Charity fundraiser for their K-9 unit program. As long time followers of K9 Xoro, we are very honored to be included in Melanoma Park PD fundraiser. Follow K9

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Is Your Chew Safe?

You’ve just opened your dog’s kennel door to find it has artificially snowed, or rather exploded in bedding fluff. Your pup looks up at you with his version of a get-out-of-jail-free card (those sweet brown puppy-dog eyes.) He’s very proud of his accomplishment of destroying that pesky dog bed. A dog’s natural instinct is to

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The Rogue Standard

Rogue by definition is behaving in a way that is not normal or expected. Our mission is to help owners take control of their pet’s health. We have extreme intent in every avenue we pursue in the animal health industry. Our motto is, if it’s not adding value, it’s subtracting. Our roots run deep in

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The Benefits of Raw-Type Feeding

Raw Feeding – the practice of giving your dog raw meat, bones, fruit and vegetables – is becoming a popular dietary trend among pet owners. The idea behind this concept is that dogs will thrive on an evolutionary diet of foods based on what they ate before they were domesticated. If the very thought of

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The Link Between Gut Health and Allergies

Over 25% of all dogs in the United States are affected by allergies. It is commonly thought of that allergic reactions are symptoms of being exposed to things such as dust, pollen, grass, certain types of food, fleas, etc. Sadly, allergies seem to be the scapegoat answer of many medical professionals to explain away these

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Why You Should Be Concerned With Your Dog’s Gut Health

According to the results of a recent survey conducted by the American Pet Products Association (APPA), the amount that people spend on their pets has quadrupled from 1994 to 2016. In 2015, pet owners spent almost $16 million dollars in veterinary care alone.  This is due in part to the trend of humans bonding more

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Dog Food Hack #3 – Myth vs Truth

Myth: Commercial dog food has the good fat. Truth: It actually has the bad fat. Lots of it! We’re talking chicken fat, beef tallow and other dubious ingredients. This fat source is full of empty calories. At Rogue, we use the natural fat content of fishmeal to improve total health inside and out! Myth: A shiny coat is

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