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Nom Nom's R&D team is constantly at work discovering both scientific facts and interesting insights about our furry friends. See what we're up to here!
About the Nom Nom Plus Weight Report

About the Nom Nom Plus Weight Report

In November of 2018, we launched our health assessment, an in-depth survey that over 15,000 pet parents like yourself have filled out to date, creating one of the largest and most extensive repositories of dog and cat data, anywhere. The information shared with us has helped us contribute to peer-reviewed pet science, develop new products, and better understand your unique needs.
Healthy Dogs Get Healthier With Nom Nom

Healthy Dogs Get Healthier With Nom Nom

For the first time ever, the Nom Nom R&D team has systematically collected health data from pets about to ditch kibble for Nom Nom. The results are in, and they might surprise you.
Kibble vs. Nom Nom — Who’s More Digestible?

Kibble vs. Nom Nom — Who’s More Digestible?

For the first time ever, Nom Nom’s R&D team conducted a scientific study to determine the digestibility of Nom Nom fresh diets in comparison to a high-quality kibble diet. Find out which diet has a higher digestibility and why this measure is very important for your pups!
Decreasing Diarrhea: New Findings from Nom Nom

Decreasing Diarrhea: New Findings from Nom Nom

Nom Nom's R&D team has show for very first time that our probiotics can decrease the risk of future diarrhea incidences, even in healthy dogs.
4 Myths About Periodontal Disease

4 Myths About Periodontal Disease

Dental health is an important part of a pet's overall wellness, and periodontal disease is one of the most common medical conditions in both dogs and cats. However, it is poorly understood by both scientists and the general public. There have been few large-scale research studies conducted on periodontal disease in pets, and as a result the internet abounds with misinformation and conflicting advice based largely on unscientific anecdotal evidence. Read on to discover the truth about four common mythes surrounding periodontal disease.
About the Nom Nom Health Assessment

About the Nom Nom Health Assessment

In November of 2018, we launched our health assessment, an in-depth survey that 15,000+ pet parents like yourself have completed to date, creating one of the largest and most extensive repositories of dog and cat data anywhere. The information shared with us has helped contribute to peer-reviewed pet science, develop new products and better understand your unique needs. Now, it’s time for us to give back to everyone who’s generously taken the time to tell us about their pets.
About the Joint Health Report

About the Joint Health Report

While joint issues are a common issue for many dogs, some dogs are predisposed to particular issues due to a combination of age, size, genetics and potentially microbiome makeup. In our joint report, we track the prevalence of common joint issues by different risk factors that your dog may have, so you can get a better idea of which joint issues may appear in your pet, how to prevent or delay them and how to manage current discomfort.
Gastrointestinal Health Report

Gastrointestinal Health Report

Gastrointestinal (GI) diseases in pets include many different conditions such as gastritis, colitis, inflammatory bowel disease, and bacterial infections or overgrowth. These conditions are distinct and don't necessarily share the same risk factors or causes, nor are they treated using the same approaches. However, they do share many of the same general symptoms, such as vomiting, diarrhea and abdominal pain.
You Might Be Giving Your Pet the Wrong Amount of Kibble

You Might Be Giving Your Pet the Wrong Amount of Kibble

When it’s time to feed your beloved pup, it’s all too easy to mindlessly scoop dry food into their bowl. But do you know whether they’re getting the right portion size?
Dogs VS Cats: Health Issues Edition

Dogs VS Cats: Health Issues Edition

Based on data from more than 2,600 dogs and cats, we take a look at some health issues commonly seen in both species. Who is at higher risks?
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