August 31, 2016
6 Ways to Give Your Cat Exercise

It’s common to see dog owners taking their dogs on walks in the neighborhood, or on trips to the park to play Frisbee. All the while, cat owners spend their time watching their feline friends nap in a cozy, sunny spot. While there’s nothing wrong with a long catnap, it’s also important that your cat […]

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August 24, 2016
Top 3 Pet Travel Safety Tips

As the summer draws to a close, you may try to slip in some final fun activities with your pet. Hopefully, you’ve enjoyed those fun hiking adventures and trips to the lake. But a road trip can end the summer season on a high note. Many of you probably enjoy taking your four-legged friend along […]

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August 17, 2016
5 Rainy Day Pet Activities

The summer months are known for bringing us long, hot, and sunny days—days perfect for swimming, hiking, and spending the day at the park with your pooch. Summer is also notorious for showering us with an occasional thunderstorm. These storms definitely put a damper on bringing your pet outside for much-needed exercise. It’s even worse […]

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August 10, 2016
5 Plants You Can Grow for the CrockPET Diet

One of the most important benefits of my Original CrockPET Diet® is that you know what’s actually in your pet food. When you switch your cat or dog to homemade, nutritious food, you no longer have worry about suspicious ingredients and processed foods. While you’re providing nutritious meals when you buy your ingredients at a […]

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August 3, 2016
Calorie Restriction: Why Less Is More for Your Pet

Calorie restriction for your pet can feel like the opposite of being a caring owner. When those big brown eyes are pleading for just another serving, it can be hard to refuse an extra scoop of food. But reducing the amount that your pet eats can actually be love in disguise. The Journal of the […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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