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.
The legality surrounding CBD in the US is a bit confusing, so we’ve laid out all legal terms and laws in this article and made it really easy to digest.
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.
Dental care for dogs is crucial to their health but is often neglected. Dental treats for dogs offer a tastier and easier alternative. Our guide walks you through why dental care is so important for dogs, how treats can play a part in dental hygiene, the types of dental treats available, what to buy and what to avoid based on evidence.
A raw dog food diet (as opposed to a cooked dog food diet) is made of ingredients that are uncooked. Typically they are high-meat diets, but this may include toxin-housing organ meats, or leftover parts of the carcass after the rest of the cuts of meat have been removed.
Fish oil offers many proven health benefits for dogs and cats. Before deciding which is the best fish oil product to give to our pets, it is important to understand what properties within fish oil make it so beneficial, so you can make an informed purchase. We will also examine the many benefits of fish oil for cats and dogs and the evidence behind these health claims.
Part one of three in a fiber series — With all the dietary and nutritional information out there, it can be hard to have the full confidence that you’re doing the right thing for the health of your dog or cat. We round-up research focusing on dietary fibers, how companion animals process and use them in their gastric-system, and how much they might need in their diet.
Part three of three in a fiber series — If you’ve ever wondered about fiber and your pet, look no further than the three-part series from the Nom Nom R&D team. This third article focuses on fiber and its place in the feline diet.
Part two of three in a fiber series — The R&D team at Nom Nom has done a deep dive into fiber. This second article focuses on fiber and its place in the canine diet.
Can dogs eat carrots? We’ll spare you the suspense. Yes. Dogs can eat carrots. We’d actually even encourage it! In moderation, of course.
From raw, fresh leaves to hard candies, asking can dogs eat mint? is sort of like asking can people eat mint? It depends on the mint, and how it’s ingested.