There is sufficient evidence that dogs can survive on vegetarian and even vegan diets. But whether or not a dog survives on a particular diet
Thiaminase, an enzyme found in many species of raw fish, can cause a vitamin B1 deficiency.
Taurine isn’t an essential amino acid for dogs, but many kibble-fed dogs are developing dilated cardiomyopathy due to taurine deficiency.
A rare condition in dogs that can result in paralysis was blamed on raw chicken in an Australian study. Does this mean raw chicken causes paralysis in dogs?
Is it true that dogs should not be fed raw and kibble together due to differences in gastric pH required to digest the different foods?
CWD is a fatal neurological disease affecting deer and other cervids. Does feeding venison meat pose a risk of transmission to your pet?