There are very few answers yet in the investigation into certain pet foods and heart problems in dogs and cats. Here’s what we do know.
Preparing your own dog or cat food? Here’s a quick list of the most commonly missed but essential ingredients for home-cooked pet food recipes.
According to one study, high levels of Vitamin D increase survival rates, so why don’t experts recommend giving your cat a Vitamin D supplement?
The fillers and chemicals that manufacturers put into some pet foods are scary. Here are some things to keep in mind as you’re looking at the labels.
These homemade dog treats were a huge win in our house. Check out the recipe and view more photos.
Cats need meat to help them build up taurine in their systems. A deficiency in this essential amino acid could cause permanent blindness.
Diagnosing food allergy has nothing to do with a better quality of food or a grain-free diet. It means finding food sources that your pet hasn’t had before.
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.
If your dog is always hanging around the kitchen for scraps or willing to eat anything at anytime, there could be a reason for the behavior.
Think you can just throw some chicken and brown rice together, change up the veggies now and then, toss in a vitamin and call it balanced? Think again.
Feed your dog vibrant vegetables for a tasty snack that is high in nutrients.