Whole Dog Journal Tips March 8, 2011

(The Finer Points to Home- Prepared Dog Food Diets #2) Facts on Fish

Many people worry about the amount of salt in canned fish. It is true that canned fish is salty, but dogs require a certain amount of salt, and a homemade diet is naturally low in salt, so the amount in canned fish that is fed once or twice a week should not be a concern. If your dog suffers from heart disease or needs a low-sodium diet for some other reason, you can rinse the fish to remove most of the salt.

Home-Prepared Diets for Dogs, Part Four: The Finer Points of Home-Prepared Diets.

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