It’s not that puppies don’t need to be nourished, but it’s “absolutely incredible” that a magazine can make puppies “nutritious” and “naturally happy” and not be afraid to eat all that’s in the fridge, a spokesperson for the publisher said.

“The word ‘nutritiously’ is such a broad word, but ‘nutritionally’ has a specific meaning for me,” the spokesperson told Polygon.

“It’s all about being able to look at the food in your fridge and be able to say, ‘OK, this is what I want to eat.'”

The spokesperson said that a dog’s body is a lot more sensitive than a cat’s, so they may be a little less “nurtured” and a bit less “nutrified” when they’re not eating.

And there are also some things that a puppy should never eat, such as a raw carrot.

“In my opinion, that’s not a healthy food for a puppy to eat, because you don’t want to feed that to a puppy who’s going to eat it for years,” the representative said.

You don’t know if it’s healthy, or not, until you eat it.

When it comes to vitamins, the spokesperson said puppies don: get plenty of vitamin A; get plenty more vitamin C, B, D, and K than they need; and be given plenty of omega-3 fats.

The spokesperson also said puppies should get plenty and plenty of iron, zinc, and copper.

“They should get some calcium, and they should get a little bit of vitamin D. And then, you should feed them everything they need.

And the good news is that you can feed a puppy a lot of vitamins at once.”

When it came to supplements, the spokeswoman said puppies need to get enough calcium to prevent bone fractures, and that vitamin D is important.

“There’s a lot that’s going on in the puppy’s body that can cause these fractures,” she said.

The publisher is not alone in her belief that puppy nutrition is important for puppies.

“When I started writing this article, I started with the belief that the best way to nourish a puppy is to feed them the right vitamins and minerals, and to make sure they’re getting enough calcium,” the publisher told Polygons New York blog.

“And that’s exactly what I did.

I took a puppy and I got a puppy, I fed him the right kind of food, I made sure he got enough iron and zinc, I gave him a good diet, and I made him very healthy.”

The publisher said that while there’s no single way to get a puppy’s nutritional needs met, she believes that feeding “all the right things” can be the most important factor.

“We have to make the most of what’s in front of us,” she added.

“So I think that the right combination of nutrients and vitamins is going to be a very, very important thing.”

The puppy, who has been named “Vera,” will soon be getting her first taste of the brand-new magazine.

The magazine is available for purchase in all major US bookstores, including, Barnes & Noble, and Nook.

You can check out the full Polygon review of the new puppy magazine here.