Pet Nutrition

Does Fido need to lose a few pounds? How about Kitty — does she just laze about 24 hours a day? Researchers at the University of Illinois recently found that feeding cats smaller, more frequent meals of moist food (some were simply fed kibble with water added to it) led to greater activity with all the cats and even weight loss in chunky ones. This makes sense, after all, dogs and cats who e...

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It’s not just big dogs, working dogs, or dogs participating in sports such as lure coursing and flyball who need extra joint care. While these activities do put extra stress on joints, most dogs actively run, jump, and play. Everyday life can result in progressive cartilage deterioration -- osteoarthritis -- which leads to lameness. Inflammatory diseases and hereditary factors like hip dyspl...

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Maybe your furry friend needs to drop a little weight, has a dull coat, or just doesn't have that zip and vigor he once did. After doing some research you decided that maybe a dietary change is needed, and the best option for your furry friend is raw food because even the best kibbles and canned food are still highly processed -- and cooked. Feeding a raw diet can be just as easy as kibble. ...

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Got questions about your dog or cat's digestive issues? we have answers: ANSWERS™ Raw Goat Milk.

Raw goat milk is chockfull of natural nutrients including enzymes and fatty acids that dogs and cats need. It's also rich in lactase, the enzyme required to digest lactose, which makes it great for dogs and c...

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There’s no question that dog and cat obesity is on the rise. As more of our furry friends pack on the pounds it can be difficult to keep an accurate perspective. If you can’t feel your dog or cat’s ribs when you place a hand over them then it’s probably time to cut back on the calories. Consult a Continue Reading ›

Do you know where your best friend’s food come from?

Until 2007 most of us never thought about where our dog or cat’s food came from. We also probably never thought about the source of the individual ingredients. Many of us now look for the “Made in the USA” label, but that’s often not sufficient to guarantee a safe product. Many foods and treats are made in this country from ingredie...

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