Like humans, dogs are born toothless. Unlike people, however, they will typically start teething around 2 weeks of age, and will typically have their full set of adult teeth by the time your pup is 7-8 months old they should have all 42 of their adult teeth.
There are two main reasons why we include fat in the diet of dogs and cats: to provide energy (calories) and for essential fatty acids (EFAs- aka omegas). This content is available on a podcast episode as well. To listen on iTunes CLICK HERE. To listen on Spotify CLICK HERE. Most adult pets live relatively sedentary lives … Continue reading Fats & Fatty Acids for Dogs & Cats