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QUESTIONS OF DIGESTION

No matter what species we are—dog, cat, or human— stomach issues hurt. Pets can’t tell us they’re suffering, but the signs are obvious: flatulence, vomiting, diarrhea, and or constipation. If tummy troubles are chronic, they can make sufferers moody and irritable, whether they walk on four legs or two. Happily, there are numerous natural remedies that offer relief for pets.

TO EAT, OR NOT TO EAT?

Stomach upset is a form of inflammation, so an antiinflammatory, grain-free diet is the first line of defense against indigestion. Make sure fresh, clean water is available at all times to

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