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www.petmd.com/blogs/dailyvet/2009/August/21-4582

Aug 20, 2009 ... You might say this is a no-brainer, but you'd be surprised how many people don't know! Find out if dogs can eat cat food & if cats can eat dog ...

www.petmd.com/dog/nutrition/evr_dg_rotation_feeding_for_dogs

While keeping your dog or cat on a consistent diet isn't unhealthy, some veterinary ... What if you had to eat the same exact meal for your whole life? ... solid food), but that's not to say an older dog or cat can't benefit from rotation feeding too.

blog.barfworld.com/2011/11/22/can-cats-eat-dog-food-too

Nov 22, 2011 ... Question: Help! I ran out of food for my cats. Can I feed my cats dog food instead? Answer: As you will soon learn, the answer to this question is ...

www.onlynaturalpet.com/holistic-healthcare-library/food-diet---general/147/top-10-myths-about-pet-food-and-nutrition.aspx

Variety is the key to a healthy diet for dogs and cats as well. .... When the same food is fed for many months or years at a time, animals can develop allergies or ...

www.vetstreet.com/our-pet-experts/why-does-my-dog-make-a-beeline-for-cat-food

Aug 14, 2013 ... Cats are obligate carnivores, meaning they need to eat meat as their main food source, whereas dogs are omnivores and need a diet with more ...

pets.thenest.com/dangerous-cats-eat-dog-food-4228.html

While an occasional nibble of your dog's food won't hurt your cat, long-term feeding of food formulated for dogs certainly can. For proper nutrition, feed your kitty ...

www.akc.org/content/health/articles/can-dogs-eat-cat-food

Dec 28, 2016 ... Feeding cat food to dogs full-time is not advisable, as cat food does not have all of the nutrients dogs need to stay healthy, and vitamin and ...

pets.stackexchange.com/questions/6106/why-does-my-cat-eat-dog-food

Taurine is a essential nutrient for cats, and "Dog food does not contain enough taurine ... My best guess is that if you're feeding dry food, cat food ... smell more palatable, and I suspect that dog food manufacturers do the same.

canigivemydog.com/cat-food

Cat food and dog food are usually never made in the same factory and the ingredients are different. Rest assured, it's a myth that the labels on the packaging are ...

www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?c=1+1770&aid=1165

For example, cats require higher levels of protein than dogs. Cats must have the amino acid called 'taurine' in their diet; dogs can actually make their own ...