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ogs and cats have evolved at our sides for well over 10,000 years each. While dogs eventually became more dependent on humans for food, cats have remained skilled predators, but will consistently accept handouts from their hooman counterparts. Commercial pet food came into the picture around 100 years ago, unintentionally contributing to the detriment of cats’ and dogs’ well-being. As convenient as it may be, repetitively feeding a highly processed diet (like extruded dry kibble food) eventually created an alarming abundance of new maladies in our beloved pets. For example, overfeeding unnaturally high carbohydrate foods combined with a sedentary lifestyle has led to obesity, diabetes and joint problems that are worsened by indiscriminate breeding. Pets have also been stricken with new diseases, including dental disease and various cancers that were present neither during their ancestral prey diet days, nor throughout domestication on their human food diet. So, how does this relate to variety? Prior to domestication, dogs (wolves) and cats ate a large variety of prey animals that varied by region, seasonally, and by what they could catch or scavenge. During domestication, they ate our food, from our homes, our kitchens. Over time, that incorporated a wide variety of ingredients, including farmed meats, wild game, eggs, and fish as well as our harvested grains and produce. To better coordinate with our diets, dogs actually evolved to digest carbohydrates, whereas their wolf ancestors still cannot. Proportionately, dogs enjoyed their human fare more than 99% of their domesticated time, while commercial pet food has been their staple for less than 1% of their time with us. From strictly a sales perspective, many commercial pet food companies mistakenly promoted feeding the same processed food for a pet’s entire life. Obviously bad advice if you are wise enough to seek the many health benefits from dietary variety, as is overwhelmingly recommended for humans. Eating the exact same set of food ingredients each and every meal, each and every day can lead to many health concerns, including food sensitivities, allergies, and refusal to eat (diet boredom) as well as more serious nutritional deficiencies and toxicities. Not only that, it just doesn’t make any nutritional sense, regardless of purported claims of processed pet foods being “complete & balanced.”
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Recently, some questions came up about a heart disease called Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs as it potentially relates to diet and Taurine (an amino acid building block for proteins.) Here’s where dietary variety can help make a difference. Staying on one type, flavor, brand or format of food can severely limit a dog’s overall nutrient intake, including Taurine and its building-block precursors. Cats, unable to bodily synthesize their own Taurine, must rely completely on dietary Taurine. What if your current pet food is low in those essential nutrients, or has a less usable version of them by your pet? A well-varied menu of fresh and less processed ingredients (including raw diets) offers a diversification of all nutrients as well as an opportunity for better overall pet health. This philosophy mimics a pets’ ancestral diet, which became balanced for their nutritional needs over time, in a more natural way, without the excessive overuse of chemically synthesized vitamins and minerals. And savvy pet parents know that ingredient quality is much more important than an estimated full spread of artificial vitamins and minerals. Additionally, a truly dog or cat-appropriate diet is rich in meat content and plentiful in high quality Taurine. Sadly, many dry pet foods do not fit these criteria. However, this upgrade can easily be accomplished by simply adding a protein topping to your pet’s food, like raw or cooked meat, fish, organ meat and/or eggs. Or have you tried dehydrated or freeze-dried pet food? These fresher alternatives to processed dry and canned food are quickly reconstituted and help assort a pets’ diet in an abundantly more nutritious way. Research shows evidence of better dog’s health from the addition of fresh produce, as well. And the good news is that smaller, conscientious pet food manufacturers focused on pet-well-being are rapidly releasing these less processed pet food alternatives that will ultimately be more nourishing for our fur families. The bottom line is that most pets are thrilled with a meat-focused meal offering as well as (gradual and) consistent diet changes. Who eats leftovers every single meal for years without complaining, anyway? By offering this diet diversity, you are giving your pets a better opportunity to both enjoy their meals and to thrive. Based on undeniable anecdotal evidence, we are confident that this type of thriving through variety helps protect their longevity. Stop by your local pet supply store and ask for more information on dietary variety. They can help you put all the pieces together to create the perfect pet food regimen for your companion carnivore family.
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ESA’s or Emotional Support Animals are one of the most misunderstood categories of assistance animals. the issue is, even to professionals, murky and undefined. This article will attempt to disclose the limitations of these animals and the rights of them and the people they provide comfort for. First, let’s define how ESa’s are different from Service animals. First and foremost, they are regulated by different branches of the government. Service animals are regulated by the Justice Department under the americans with Disabilities act (aDa). Emotional Support animals are defined and regulated by the Department of Housing and Urban Development in the Fair Housing act of 1988. the reason for
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eople often ask me how I became an animal rescuer and, of course, how Felines & Friends began. My career in rescue started back in 1985, when I grew tired of picking up dead cats that I found along the road, just a block down from my house in Los Angeles. A nearby elderly lady (Sylvia), who had never taken either of her two original cats to get sterilized, found herself feeding some 30 cats. Over the next several years, we managed to trap all but one crafty old girl; we had the adults sterilized, and worked with the kittens until they could be adopted following sterilization. I was then practicing what is now known as Trap/Neuter/Return. At the time of Sylvia’s passing in 2006, just shy of her 95th birthday, she was down to her last old, semi-feral cat who died later that year in a loving home, at aged nineteen. Felines & Friends started in 1990 in Los Angeles, where it continues today. In fact, we just completed a joint rescue of a wonderful cat name Tori. She was found in a backyard with her three kittens, and she subsequently developed a particularly virulent strain of the Calici virus. While the shelter vet
recommended euthanasia, we knew that Tori simply needed a feeding tube for 7-10 days and the loving care of a foster home. Tori has a made a full recovery and is available for adoption in Los Angeles. The New Mexico Chapter of Felines & Friends started in 2001 with a single black cat, named Mystere, who was living in an abandoned car next to my office off of Cerrillos Road. The following year, Mystere moved to Chicago with her new “forever family.” We officially became Felines & Friends New Mexico in December 2009, and have since placed well over 4,000 cats and dogs, as well as sterilized hundreds of feral cats. While there are many dog rescue organizations, Felines & Friends is the ONLY organization of its type in Northern New Mexico. As such, we are regularly contacted by other organizations and shelters throughout New Mexico with requests for help with special cases. We try to accept as many of these cats as space permits. At the end of last year, we accepted a transfer of 14 cats from a hoarding-situation in
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Going around Albuquerque with my two 12 pound dogs seems a necessity. If I didn’t take them with me, they’d lie around home getting old too fast and bored. When folks see them, they say or motion, “They’re cute.” Some have to tell me about their pets. An animal behaviorist at Hobby Lobby gave my dogs kisses. Really, I don’t look for such attention, but I’ve gotten used to it and say, “Thank you”. When we first started shopping together, my pets had to abide by the NO BARKING rule. It took Kali three times of leaving the store and being put in the car when we first went shopping. When Winston joined us, it took him once to learn. To make sitting comfortable in the shopping cart, I lay down a towel or a few of my recycling bags. We’ve a lot of very dog friendly stores in Albuquerque: Michael’s, Hobby Lobby, Dollar Tree, Ross Dress for Less, Target the thrift stores, and all the hardware stores. Some employees even offer biscuits. The best destinations we’ve visited yet are the local trails. Our most frequent is Piedras Marcadas (which translates to “Marked Rocks”) in Petroglyph National Park. It begins on Jill Patricia Street NW, off Golf Course Road, South of Paradise Blvd. It has no fees. Doggie bags are supplied just in case an owner forgets. The paths are well worn. I bring water and a bowl for us.
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