Australia is free from a number of cat and dog diseases and has a highly ffavorableanimal health status. In order to protect this status, cats and dogs must undertake a period of quarantine upon arrival in Australia. This quarantine period allows the Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources to monitor the animal's health and become aware of any disease concerns prior to the animal's release into Australia.
Some fruits that are commonly enjoyed by humans can be toxic or even fatal to dogs. However, there are also many fruits that appear to have beneficial health effects for pooches when incorporated into their diet. Pears, for instance, are a rich source of many vitamins that prove to be relatively good for your dog’s health. Pears contain over 10% of the daily recommended intake of substances such as fiber, vitamins C and K, and copper, which act as antioxidants to help protect your dog’s cells. This antioxidant effect is even thought to help reduce the risk of cancer and fight the deteriorating health effects of aging. Due to pear’s high nutritional content, some commercial dog food brands even use pears as a part of the ingredients in their products. One of the best is Acana Duck and Bartlett Pear Dog Food, which is relatively costly but some of the highest quality dry dog food in the market and a great way to introduce pears safely into your dog’s diet.
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