Doghealth.com Newsletter Focuses on Canine Grass-Eating Behavior
THREE RIVERS, Calif., Sept.12, 2015, — A newsletter released Saturday by doghealth.com contains information and links to two articles about grass: one discusses why dogs eat grass outside, and the other examines the possible benefits of wheatgrass to dogs’ health.
Many people notice that their dog munches on grass, and they wonder why. Veterinarian Christianne Schelling has written an article, citing scientific studies, to shed some light on the matter. The other article linked to in the newsletter goes over the possible health benefits of wheatgrass, a popular human health food, for dogs.
Doghealth.com, run by Dr. Schelling, contains articles and information relating to dog health and behavior.
The newsletter, released twice a month by doghealth.com, also contains links for entering a quarterly contest run by caninesuperstar.com
You can see the newsletter at http://www.doghealthnewsletter.com/newsletters/doghealthnews133.htm
Read “Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?” in its entirety.
You can see the article on wheatgrass here: http://www.doghealth.com/nutrition/wheatgrass-for-dogs
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Dr. Christianne Schelling, a veterinarian with a huge interest in human and animal health and wellness, established Aquanta, LLC. Located at the base of the Sequoia National Forest in Three Rivers, CA, Aquanta explores the many different ways that we can improve our lives through education and high-quality products. Aquanta delves into a vast and diverse range of subjects including pet and human wellness, ways to de-stress, skin and hair care, cutting-edge product development, and more.
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