Why That Statement of Nutritional Adequacy is So Important

Several months ago a Siberian kitten was brought to the Emergency and Critical Care Unit of Tufts’s small animal hospital. It was meowing from pain, lethargic, and had a diminished appetite. The cause turned out to be a raw food diet so low in calcium that her bones were clearly thin on x-ray. Further diagnosis […]
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