The popular explosion of grain-free dog foods has left vets concerned about food quality and owners worried about possible nutritional outcomes.
Skyrocketing cancer rates among dogs can most likely be traced to GMOs in their pet foods and Roundup toxins sprayed on lawns, say veterinarians and other scientists.
Dogs, birds, horses and even picky eaters like cats can learn to love sprouts and gain the nutritional wallop they provide.
High levels of fluoride in processed dog food and in tap water means our pets are being exposed to the risk of multiple health problems.
Steps such as altering a dog’s diet and adding key supplements will restore mental and physical energies, restore the shine in their eyes and the luster in their coat.
With a little time and ingenuity, we can ease our furry friends through the heat with homemade icy preparations of fruit, veggies and poultry.
Sure, it’s tempting to slip food scraps to our pets from our groaning holiday tables, but it’s much healthier to cook them up special treats.
Blueberries, eggs and garlic may not be high on a dog’s food list, but they go far to protect a canine from serious eye disease.
Beyond pills and oils, choosing to feed a dog these whole foods gives a healthy shine to its skin and coat.
To keep a parrot chirping with joy, treat it to healthy homemade “chop” and set up a foraging game in its cage.