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There are scores of dog food choices out there. So many, in fact, that browsing the dog food aisle at the grocery store, or your pet food store, can be completely overwhelming. In these cases you can be tempted to just reach for the cheapest brand available, but this could end up costing you in the long run. Much of the time, poor health, digestion, and other symptoms can be traced back to the kind of food you feed your dog. Itching paws, allergies, low energy, too much energy, and poor looking or smelling stools are clues that you might have your dog on the wrong type of food.
1. Choose the right kind of dog food.
Did you know that more than half of all dogs in the United States are overweight? Overfeeding, and poor nutrition are in part to blame, so you can keep your dog healthier by feeding them appropr (more…)
We Love Our Doggies
Colder weather is just around the corner and if you are someone who likes to have a warm, cuddly kitty to sit on your lap this winter you might be in a spot where you are looking for a new pet. Finding the right kitten is always a great way to make sure that you […]
As winter sets in humans know when its time to go inside. Horses, however, don’t always have that opportunity. Equestrians know that winter means is time to dig out that fleece blankets for horses you’ve been storing all summer. You even know that really cold weather means layers for both your and your horse’s warmth. […]
From dog grooming services to cage-free boarding services, there are many components that go into the proper care and keeping of animals – particularly dogs. Here in the United States – as well as in many other places throughout the world – dogs are extremely popular, regarded by many to be man’s best friend, a […]
- ‘Touch Not the Cat’
The Scottish wildcat, the last native cat in the United Kingdom, is endangered; fewer than 100 purebred specimens remain in the wild. [...]
- How to Clean the Most Common Cat Messes
From fur balls to, ahem, stains, here’s some help. [...]
- The Trade War’s Latest Casualties: China’s Coddled Cats and Dogs
Some Chinese pet owners don’t trust local food and will even taste it themselves before serving it. For them, the fight means fewer and pricier choi [...]
- Pets Are Like Family. But as Health Costs Rise, Few Are Insured That Way.
Medical treatments can run thousands of dollars, and more owners are choosing to pay for them. Drug makers and insurers have taken notice. [...]
- Cats v. Rats? In New York, the Rats Win
At a recycling plant in Brooklyn, fat, stealthy rats were more than a match for feral cats, scientists found. [...]