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Posted by https://www.apply.bacterfield.com - 14-09-2016
By Therese G. Hosbjerg, DVM and Technical Manager at Bacterfield GmbH
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Posted by https://www.apply.bacterfield.com - 28-07-2016
The awareness of the beneficial health properties associated with probiotics have grown over the last few years. Many of the trends seen in the human sector are transferred to the pet market because of the increasing humanization of pets. However, is it actually beneficial to use yoghurt as a probiotic supplement for pets?
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Posted by https://www.apply.bacterfield.com - 28-07-2016
Every year many pets have accidents at home. Providing first aid for your pet can be very helpful and might save lives. Knowing what to do and how to stabilize your pet for transport to the vet is crucial in preventing any further damage from happening.
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Posted by https://www.apply.bacterfield.com - 13-07-2016
It is common knowledge that people need regular exercise to live healthy lives, however the same applies to pets. Obesity is a growing problem for pets, so taking your dog for a run is good for both of you.
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Posted by https://www.apply.bacterfield.com - 28-04-2016
Why all this talk about probiotics for pets, and why put it into petfood?
Thumbnail for Contributing to happy, healthier pets
Posted by https://www.apply.bacterfield.com - 04-04-2016
Bacterfield creates pet food products that contain all the beneficial effects of probiotics.
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Posted by https://www.apply.bacterfield.com - 21-03-2016
By Therese G. Hosbjerg, DVM and Technical manager at Bacterfield GmbH
Thumbnail for Gluten(Gliadin)-free food
Posted by https://www.apply.bacterfield.com - 12-02-2016
Grain-free pet food is a very hot topic these days, however a more accurate term would be to call it Gliadin-free food. The polypeptide Gliadin is found in both wheat, barley, rye and oats, and gliadin is responsible for the gluten-sensitive enteropathies seen in humans and dogs.
Thumbnail for Microcalorimetric study of extruded dog food containing probiotic micro-organisms
Posted by https://www.apply.bacterfield.com - 10-10-2012
By Aram Kazarjan, Natalja Kabanova and Raivo Vilu