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Question Title Why is moisture in a pet's diet so important?
Many of the health issues our companions face are directly related to diet, specifically, the lack of moisture within the diet. The most effective way for your pet to obtain moisture is within its diet. This is also the most effective way for the digestive system to operate. This is not to say that our pets do not need access to water, but raw fed pets will drink significantly less.
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Created: 2010-10-25 3:58 PM
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