Pets & Animals

Transitioning Between Dog Foods

Transitioning Between Dog Foods

Zamzows dog food is a calorie dense product and the amount you will need to feed will most likely decrease. The feeding guidelines noted on the back of the bag have been established by researchers to best address your dogs weight and size. Overfeeding is a significant cause of diarrhea and gas. Your dog may appear to be hungry but be assured they are receiving all of the nutrients that their body needs. Overfeeding your dog can contribute to significant health risks which can include joint problems and Diabetes.
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Why Do People Add Zamzows Enzam to Their Pet’s Food?

Why Do People Add Zamzows Enzam to Their Pet’s Food?

Zamzows has been in the feed business since 1933, starting with farm animals and quickly adapting our formulas to meet the nutritional needs of companion animals. Over the decades, we have formulated and learned a lot about helping our beloved pets be healthy and the best recommendation we can make regardless of what food you’re feeding is to add Zamzows Enzam Nutritional Supplement.
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How to Chose the Right Pond Pump

How to Chose the Right Pond Pump

There are many factors to consider when choosing a pond pump. The size of the pond or water feature, whether there are fish present, desired effect, and budget are just a few.
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How to Switch Dog Foods

How to Switch Dog Foods

Most dogs will do fine converting immediately over to their new dog food. If you do not have any of your old dog food available, start using the new food as you normally would do when feeding.
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Beneficial Bacteria for Dogs

Beneficial Bacteria for Dogs

Many dog owners’ associate bacteria with negative things, but only a portion of all bacteria are actually harmful. Most bacteria are harmless and some bacteria are important in maintaining proper digestive health for your dog.
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Preventing and Treating Ich in Your Pond

Preventing and Treating Ich in Your Pond

To treat Ich, you need to add pond salt to the water. You add salt to provide essential electrolytes to help fish reach peak coloration and vitality. It also helps gill function, reduces stress, improves osmoregulation, and speeds disease recovery. 
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Feeding Horses in Idaho

Feeding Horses in Idaho

Since every nutrient in the feed relates either directly or indirectly to every one of the vital organs, it is impossible to address them all in one article, so I’ll start with the basics...proteins.
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Getting Started With Backyard Chickens

Getting Started With Backyard Chickens

As natural foods and sourced ingredients continue to become an increasing priority nationwide, raising “backyard” chickens is likewise gaining popularity. So-named for the convenience of maintaining a flock of typically 1-4 hens in a small-scale setting, such as in the backyard of a residential property.
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Basic Pond Fish Needs

Basic Pond Fish Needs

It is best to think of pond fish in the same way that one would think of fish in an aquarium. Both are in a synthetic environment that is on a closed circuit, meaning the same water is simply recycled within a designated area.
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Preventing Anchor Worms on Your Pond Fish

Preventing Anchor Worms on Your Pond Fish

Anchor worms to fish are much like ticks to dogs, they embed themselves and feed! despite its name, it is not a worm, but a large, parasitic crustacean of the Lernaea species. Although this parasite can infect any fish, pond fish are most susceptible.
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Maintaining Your Pond Plants

Maintaining Your Pond Plants

Towards the end of spring, it is the time for some easy pond plant maintenance. Whether you are adding new plants into your pond or just need to re-pot existing plants, Zamzows has all of your pond plant needs.
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Selenium Deficiency in Horses

Selenium Deficiency in Horses

Selenium is a mineral that is missing in our northwest soils. The only way a horse can get enough selenium in our high desert area is through supplementation or injection.
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