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As some of you undoubtedly know, food is the most important thing to get right when you have a pet. This is not always easy to figure out as many people rely on their vets for recommendations. Unfortunately, the veterinarians get almost no nutritional training in vet school. Some of you may be familiar with Dr. Marty Goldstein. If not, I urge you to Google him and watch the videos if you're curious. I have done this as I wanted to know how he brought so many sick dogs, even some on the brink of death, back to health. What you feed your dogs will be the most important thing for determining their longevity and health, barring an accident or cataclysmic event.

Dr. Goldstein has determined that raw meat, especially organ meat, is the most important thing to feed them. He has developed a food that has pre-biotics, omega three fatty acids, flax, pea flour, ginger and other vital nutrients. It has no barley, corn, gluten, wheat, corn, wheat flour, white rice or coloring. It also excludes preservatives and fillers. There is only one manufacturer and it's made in a freeze dried form that simply needs water to be mixed and served. There is no need for any supplements if you use this food. He guarantees the food will make a difference or you can ask for your money back, no questions asked. It may save you on vet bills now and in the future.

I am in no way related, affiliated or even know Dr. Goldstein, but I'd never forgive myself if I didn't tell my readers about this food called "Nature's Blend." If for some reason, you don't want to try it, I believe he also makes a supplement you can sprinkle over the food you use.

If he gives a money back guarantee, I don't see why you wouldn't try it. You may make your dog even happier than he/she is now.

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