Raw Facts – The Canine Care Blog 4

Welcome to Raw Facts! Our blog dedicated to sharing and discussing the latest research and trends in dog nutrition, training, and health. Raw Facts is meant to be a scientific inquiry into the health benefits of feeding a dog an all natural raw food diet. We will ask questions about the origin and history of […]

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Rain Date in Effect, Sunday

** Rain date in effect. Event will be Sunday 24th (CGC)10am -11am test sign up, 11:30 program starts, live dog obedience demonstrations before CGC test starts. *** On behalf of the American Kennel Club we invite all dog owners of Queens, NY to take the Canine Good Citizen (CGC) test administered by Robert Rodriguez at […]


Canine Good Citizen Test June 23rd Saturday 2018

American Kennel Club’s Canine Good Citizen (CGC) Test at The Forest Park Barking Lot Summer Puppalooza Saturday, June 23rd 10am-4pm (Rain Date June 24th). Sign-up for test 10am-11am, tests given 11:30am-1pm only! At The Forest Park Barking Lot 80-30 Park Lane 11415 (Behind The Overlook – Queens Department of Parks & Recreation) (co-sponsored with We […]

The Harm of Carbohydrates in Dry Dog Food 5

The Canine anatomy is designed to handle raw meat, the complete opposite of what dry dog foods provide. As a result dogs are desperately malnutritioned and subject to a host of chronic health problems and a shortened life-span. So what exactly is dry pet food? Dry food is essentially cooked dead plants, chemicals, artificial colors and flavoring, […]


Are Food Bowls Bad for Dogs? 17

You can find some debate as to whether food bowls should be made of plastic, ceramic, or metal and you can also find discussion on the topic of raised versus floor level feeders but there seems to be no discussion as to whether food bowls, in general, are harmful to a dog’s health. The truth […]

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The Canine Jaw & Digestive Tract: Designed for Raw Meat 126

Dry food companies have brainwashed the public into thinking dogs eat what humans eat. This is where the dietary abuse starts and the evil begins.  Going back to the basics, the domestic dogs’ skull is designed with all sharp teeth, with no ability to move its jaw side to side, they can only open and […]

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