We all know dog and cat treats are calorific, but do you know just how fattening they are?
There are hundreds of reasons a dog becomes “sick,” lethargic, collapses, etc. So don’t put much stock in claims that haven’t been substantiated by science.
Commercial pet food is serious business. There are a lot of viewpoints out there about what exactly is best. Here are a few things you may not know.
One way to avoid contamination is to thoroughly clean your pet’s food and water bowls with hot soapy water and dry them before refilling them every day.
Like those ambling characters from “The Walking Dead,” these zombie pet treats are coming back to life. But has anything really changed?
Wondering why your dog eats so quickly? You will be interested to know that this behavior has roots in your pet’s “wild” instincts.
Have fun discovering what your pet enjoys as you bake through these 4 cat treat recipes.
“My initial reaction was tears of joy, sadness, relief and redemption,” says one pet owner, adding that “we still have to get ALL of them off the shelves.”
But the recall apparently has nothing to do with what’s REALLY poisoning pets that eat these jerky treats.
Unlike people, who can eat many foods a day with no problem, your dog’s digestive system is much more sensitive. The key is switching dog food gradually.
For years we suspected (and now we know) that cats don’t like sweets. Sugar and spice and everything nice? Not so much! Here is why…
Keeping your pets’ meals separate can be tricky if they are different species. Here are 4 tips on how to keep cat food away from your dog.
Feed your dog vibrant vegetables for a tasty snack that is high in nutrients.