Increased feeding frequency and dietary water content appear to promote physical activity in cats.
The effect of dietary inclusion of white lupin seed (WLS) on the milk composition and yield of rabbit does as well as the performance of their litters was studied.
Two studies were conducted using adult dogs to evaluate the effects of increasing the inclusion of soybean meal in an adult dog food on body composition, hematological, biochemical blood analyses and total tract nutrient digestibility.
Chinchillas, degus and guinea pigs are South American rodents living in a semi-arid habitat with varying, species-specific adaptations to water deprivation.
Neutering predisposes for obesity and requires early nutritional intervention to prevent obese conditions.
Yucca ingestion generally improves the character and intensity of canine and feline aroma.
Such studies may also contribute to an in-depth understanding of human obesity pathogenesis.
Apparent intestinal oxalate absorption was estimated to be 6.2% on average.
Feeding rabbit muesli diets cannot be recommended.
Cats at risk of developing diabetes could not be distinguished from cats with a normal body condition.
Thiamine concentration in a substantial percentage of canned foods was below the amount recommended for adult cats.
The oxalate content in a diet with moderate Ca content does not contribute to urinary oxalate content.
Sugarcane yeast is suitable for inclusion in dog food.
Potato fiber could be a functional dietary fiber source in dog foods.
In osteoarthritis dogs, a therapeutic diet containing omega-3 improved locomotor disability and performance in daily activities.
Calcium concentrations exceeded recommended limits in some maintenance foods labeled for all life stages, underscoring the need to feed diets appropriately formulated for specific life stages.
Dietary dissolution is safe and effective for eradication of sterile struvite uroliths in cats.
Monk parrots can readily convert α-linolenic acid to the long-chain omega-3 derivatives.
Cats adapt whole-body nutrient metabolism in response to changes in dietary macronutrient content.
Pet owners can minimize the risk of mycotoxins by avoiding cheaper petfoods that are more likely to contain vegetable cereals and corn or wheat fillers.
Why krill is a highly sustainable petfood ingredient
How petfood kibble characteristics impact palatability of cat and dog food
B-complex vitamin petfood ingredients help with dogs' skin and coat health
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