For fat cats and paunchy pooches, some simple steps to make sure they shave off pounds to live longer, healthier lives.
Veterinarians and pet owners are finding evidence that GMOs in pet food bring on a host of problems.
Deciding which foods to feed our companions may require extra research and meal preparation time (we include safe pet food prep tips), but motivated owners like the results they see in their pet’s health.
Nobody wants to eat the same thing, day in and day out—not even the dog. Variety brings interest to the bowl and makes for a healthier, happier pet.
Canned or dry food? Learn what holistic veterinarians recommend to ensure that your feline stays well and well-fed.
Renowned veterinarian suggests that feeding our pets homemade foods similar to those we enjoy is a sound, healthy choice.
You can prepare a homemade diet for your pet as easily as for your family. Here are some tried-and-true kitchen creations that will treat your beloved pets to five-star, lip smacking-good nourishment.
Pumpkin is now showing up in pet stores as human food-grade animal treats, dried kibble and simple puréed goodness.
Everyone knows that vitamins are fundamental to health and wellness, and concerned pet owners are beginning to realize that even the best food sources may not be enough. Pets’ diets may need additional fortification with nutritional supplementation.
After discovering that several of his regular customers were feeding their pets wheatgrass pulp and juice, Harley Matsil, owner and CEO of Perfect Foods, the largest retail wheatgrass grower in the world, did some research.