Food Types, Treats & Supplements
There are a number of pet food options readily available to pet parents including fresh, kibble and raw. What are these different types and which ones are right for your pet's health and your life.
Joint pain and disease impact many dogs. There are many treatment options, including dietary supplements which are gaining popularity as a viable treatment and potentially preventative option, addressing more than just the pain, but also the development of the condition, while avoiding the damaging side effects of drug-based treatment methods.
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When first switching to a fresh dog food, most owners will notice that their dog is more excited about eating. This can translate into an increase in energy level throughout the day. Such diets tend to be lower in fiber, and you'll see that a lot of nutrients are actually digested and utilized, resulting in smaller stools.
Do you know what the best food is for your dog? Learn about the different types of dog food options available to pet parents, the value each type provides and how much you will spend on each.
Fish oil has been shown to have many benefits for both dogs and cats. However, with so many options, choosing the right fish oil supplement can be confusing. In this guide, we review the criteria and evidence for the four important factors you should consider when choosing a fish oil supplement for your dog or cat: source, quality, natural vs. synthetic form, and dose.
The convenience of a food is primarily determined by the effort, space, and equipment required to purchase, store, and serve it. The success of food is when your dog gobbles it up effortlessly. While dogs are usually not as picky about their food as humans might think, differences in food format can certainly affect the desirability of a food.
In recent years, the anchovy has seen a resurgence in the human health food world as an exciting source of calcium, protein, and vitamins. This is great for humans, but what does the anchovy have to offer our pets? It turns out the anchovy is also rich in something particularly useful to dogs: omega-3 essential fatty acids.
When it comes right down to it, it isn't the act of giving treats that encourages us to do it, but the reactions from our pets that make it all worthwhile. In 2008, veterinary nutritionists in both the United States and Australia discovered via survey that 41% of dogs & 21% of cats received treats daily.