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Research Notes

The latest dog, cat and companion animal health research focusing on pet health problems, pet food ingredient analysis and pet food trends.

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Calcium absorption in adult dogs and cats

A dietary calcium supply differing greatly from the recommended dietary intake might impair the health of cats and dogs when fed long term.
A dietary calcium supply differing greatly from the recommended dietary intake might impair the health of cats and dogs when fed long term.
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Dietary nutrient profiles of wild wolves

The nutritive characteristics of commercial foods differ from the dog's closest free-living ancestor, and this may pose physiological and metabolic challenges.
The nutritive characteristics of commercial foods differ from the dog's closest free-living ancestor, and this may pose physiological and metabolic challenges.
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Effects of novel fibers on short-chain fatty acid production in canines

CEF had a butyrogenic effect and CEF, CHP and their blends had similar bifidobacteria and lactobacilli populations as popular prebiotic and fiber substrates.
 CEF had a butyrogenic effect and CEF, CHP and their blends had similar bifidobacteria and lactobacilli populations as popular prebiotic and fiber substrates.  
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Vitamin E supplementation in adult cats

A supplemental level of 225 mg/kg dietetic management diet of vitamin E has beneficial effects on adult cat immune function.
A supplemental level of 225 mg/kg dietetic management diet of vitamin E has beneficial effects on adult cat immune function.
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Read the May issue of Petfood Industry!

May 2015

The May 2015 issue of Petfood Industry focuses on the expanding pet food company, Pipeline Pet Products, and how new product development is helping the company to grow in the US market. Also, learn about emerging pet food markets like Asia-Pacific as expenditures on pet products continue to grow. And as specialty pet foods continue to grow in all markets, products claiming “natural” or “organic” status are climbing to the top of consumers’ lists.

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