Nutrition & Gut Health

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Toxins In Dry Dog Foods: Part 1

Reading Time: 6 minutes As a leader in pet nutrition, we wanted to arm you with facts. This information will help you make more informed decisions about what these recalls mean and how to improve your pets safety when it comes to toxins in dog food. What Aflatoxin and other Mycotoxins are and how to address them Recently, the

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Dietary Fats For Pets

Reading Time: 10 minutes The Pet Industry Got It Wrong Look at any pet food package and you’ll see a percentage of crude fat listed. But have you ever thought beyond what that percentage means? Or what crude fat means? We know that fats play an essential role in the biology of humans and pets – but not all

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What Is The Best Joint Supplement For Dogs?

Reading Time: 7 minutes Smart dog owners know that mobility and joint pain become significant issues for aging dogs. 30% of American dog owners give their dogs a joint supplement. The best way to protect and maintain good joint health is to feed your dog a balanced healthy diet that includes high-quality supplements that minimize and prevent arthritis. But

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What Religion Do You Feed Your Dog…Sorry I Mean Diet?

Reading Time: 4 minutes What You Feed Your Dog Has Become A Controversial Topic What do you feed your dog? We know diet is a word that most every person hates to hear or think about for themselves. Well, it’s become a controversial topic amongst pet owners as well.  Asking certain dog owners what they feed their dog can be

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5 Reasons Why Whole Fish Is Good for Your Dog

Reading Time: 4 minutes Whole Fish vS Fish Oil Pills for Dogs; Considerations when finding a fish source for your dog Whole fish is good for your dog. Many dog owners, however, give their dog fish oil pills. It is clear that a fish supplement is great for your dog, but in what form? Rogue Pet Science and Labdoor,

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Why Gut Health Is Important For Dogs

Reading Time: 3 minutes 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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Menhaden Fish – THE FISH YOUR DOG NEEDS IN THEIR BOWL

Reading Time: 4 minutes Menhaden Fish are a proven ingredient for dogs that contain tons of protein Dog diets SHOULD contain tons of protein. Dogs are carnivores, and they require it. Dogs’ digestion systems simply aren’t engineered to live on plant-based diets. Or fillers. Just like proteins, most of the fats in your dog’s diet should come from animal

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Is Your Chew Safe? Rogue Yak Sticks Are!

Reading Time: 2 minutes 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 puppy-dog eyes.) He’s very proud of his accomplishment of destroying that pesky dog bed. Natural Instincts of Dogs A dog’s natural

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The Benefits of Raw-Type Feeding

Reading Time: 4 minutes 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

Reading Time: 4 minutes 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. Allergies and Poor Gut Health Sadly, allergies seem to be the scapegoat answer of many medical

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

Reading Time: 4 minutes 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

Reading Time: < 1 minute 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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Dog Food Hack #2: Trust Your Nose

Reading Time: 2 minutes Author: Nathan Dewsbury Did you know…all dry commercial dog food, aka kibble, is basically the same? For all intents and purposes, no matter what the starting quality of ingredients (real or perceived), they all become a denatured extruded product. On your next pet food store excursion, while on a mission to find the best value

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Dog Food Hack #1: Just Add Water

Reading Time: 2 minutes Author: Nathan Dewsbury Did you know…adding water to your dog’s food has multiple benefits? Choosing a healthful, nutritious dog food is vital to your dog’s health. Beyond your food choice, however, adding water to your dog’s food benefits your dog (and you) in several ways no matter what dry dog food you choose. Here’s why:

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No Guts…No Glory – Gut Health Series (Part 1 of 4)

Reading Time: 12 minutes I’d like to introduce a new perspective on how we view the health of dogs and why we need to start thinking differently to truly act in their best interest. The real concept of “gut health” is a complex topic, but one worth sharing. We are going to discuss this in detail over four articles

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