The new year is here, and new year’s resolutions are in full swing. Many people are changing up their diets, working out more, reading more books, or trying out new hobbies. New year’s resolutions are different for everyone. Maybe you are focusing on nutrition this year, so why not include your dog in your changes? You want to feed your puppy the best possible food at the right portion size, right? Sometimes determining the correct food and portion size isn’t always easy. Every puppy is different and has different needs.Read More
Figuring out what brand and type of dog food are best for your beloved pup can be a little intimidating. With hundreds of options, picking "the right" one may seem overwhelming. Add in the technical jargon put on labels, and you've got a recipe for confusion. Let's take a look at what goes into dog food labels.Read More
You already know your dog can eat carrots, peanuts, and popcorn and that you should undoubtedly avoid feeding him chocolate. But what if your pooch is begging for breakfast, eyeing those eggs on your plate? You only want the best for your furry friend, so do you give in and toss him a bit of egg white or stand your ground? Here's what you need to know before making the decision.Read More
You may have spent the last few months or years going to the pet store to get food for your dog. After all, there are plenty of options to choose from, but are they right for your pet? Other people make dog food at home. Learning how to do the same could improve your furry best friend's health and happiness.Read More
Read on to discover if you should make your own dog food and what pros and cons it includes. Depending on your pet's lifestyle and nutrition needs, you can decide how to give them their next meal.
Any pet owner will agree that a dog’s health should be on their list of top priorities. That’s one of the reasons why you can’t just give them any type of dog treats or dog food. To know which treats are suitable for your dog, start by checking the ingredients listed at the back of every packaging. You can’t just rely on whatever your dog likes. It has to taste good, and it has to be beneficial for your buddy.Read More