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“Saving one dog will not change the world. But surely for that one dog, the world will change forever.” – Karen Davison

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Can Dogs Eat Peas?

The short answer: Yes, but with caution. The long answer: Used as a common ingredient for high-quality dog food, peas are excellent sources of dietary fiber, vitamins A, B, and K, and nutrients such as folate and potassium. Your dog can enjoy eating different types of peas such as green peas, garden peas (shelled), English Read More...

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Can Dogs Eat Salmon?

The short answer: Yes, but with caution. The long answer: Salmon is a type of small-sized, short-lived oily fish that can be safely eaten by your pet dog. It is an excellent source of protein and omega-3 fatty acids, and is also known to contain minerals zinc, potassium, and magnesium, as well as vitamins A, Read More...

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Can Dogs Eat Walnuts?

The short answer: No. The long answer: Though dogs can occasionally eat a few pieces of peanuts and cashews, walnuts are a big no-no for them. These large, hard-shelled nuts can block your dog’s airway, trigger gastrointestinal distress, and be the cause of toxic poisoning. Plus, moldy walnuts may contain tremorgenic mycotoxins that can lead Read More...

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Can Dogs Eat Ham?

The short answer: It is not recommended. The long answer: Ham is processed meat that comes from a pork leg cut. It is preserved through wet or dry curing, and sometimes smoked. Because the preservation and flavouring process of ham is done with salt, it is highly unsuitable for dogs. Salt can make your dog Read More...

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Can Dogs Eat Cashews?

The short answer: Yes, but only very small amounts. The long answer: Cashews are one of the few nut varieties that dogs can safely consume. They are great sources of fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, and vitamins, and are known to improve blood pressure. Since cashews are also high in protein and fat (which can Read More...

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Pet Adoption Tails: Neobie Gonzalez and Noisy

Aside from being a Content Specialist at Canva Manila, 30-year-old Neobie Gonzalez is a story writer, occasional doodler, and object maker behind Occult’s Razor and Ay Dios Mio. She is also a first-time cat mum to Noisy, a black-and-white domestic shorthair who is known for being a headbutter, biscuit-maker, and all-around champion sleeper.  Neobie shares Read More...

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