by Nancy Kay, DVM
I’ll be straight with you- I’ve been procrastinating writing this blog for a long time. Every time I think about it, I get a queasy feeling in my stomach. It’s not because I don’t think it’s reasonable for you to discuss your pet’s nutrition with your veterinarian. It’s super easy for your vet to advise you when to transition from puppy/kitten formulas to adult foods, and if your pet is too fat or too thin and what to do about it. It’s the question of what to feed your beloved four-legged fami [More]
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