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cats_3_for_angel_Fall_2010 - Dietary . Cats If fed a...

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Dietary ... Cats – If fed a perfectly balanced and 100% digestible protein in a diet, the cat will use % of that protein for growth metabolism and % for maintenance….cats need more protein in their diets than dogs do. Dogs – If fed a perfectly balanced and 100% digestible protein in a diet, the dog will use % of that protein for growth metabolism and only % of that protein for maintenance. ..dogs need less protein in their diets than cats. After Eating, what should you always do?
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Arginine. .. Is an , one of the building blocks of protein. Arginine is vital to many of the animal’s internal biochemical functions. No Arginine and the can shut down! Cats – Are extremely sensitive to even a deficient in Arginine and are unable to make their own Arginine within their body’s “chemical factory”. Cats need lots of protein, and Arginine is involved in aiding the of the protein waste products so the wastes don’t “pollute” the whole system! Dogs – Are sensitive to low levels of Arginine in their diets and produce enzymes internally that can aid production of Arginine.
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Fiber (relatively insoluble or nearly carbohydrates) Sources include vegetable pumice, gums, peanut hulls, pea and lentil fiber, rice hulls, rice bran, corn and corn by-products, soybean hulls, beet pulp, bran, and pectin. Fiber is not considered an in the diets of cats and dogs, but it is present in almost every commercial pet diet. Dogs and cats do not derive any energy from fiber, however, improved health is a benefit of having fiber in the diet , and therefore, its presence in pet food is often considered beneficial. Fiber is a source of
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2010 for the course ANS 282 taught by Professor Balander during the Fall '10 term at Michigan State University.

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