August 6, 2017
The Best Ingredients for Pet Food: Making the CrockPET Diet Work

You may know that The Original CrockPET Diet is a great way to bring the best ingredients for pet food to your four-legged friend's bowl. But you may not know that you're also helping them on their way to better health with a wholesome, balanced diet. Knowing how to keep your pet on the path […]

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July 2, 2017
Why Do Cats Need Taurine?

You may have heard your vet talk about it, but may not have asked questions. It's an important part of your cat’s diet, but you may not know why. We’re talking about taurine. What is it? And why do cats need taurine in their diets? What is Taurine, and why is it important? Taurine is an […]

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June 24, 2017
Dog Treat Recalls: What do they mean for your pet?

Recent treat recalls from another pet product manufacturer has us scratching our heads. Why are we still paying for food and “treats” that could make our pets sick? Loving Pets (Cranbury, NJ) has recalled a slew of their treats made for dogs, due to a risk of salmonella contamination. All of the treats in question […]

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June 17, 2017
How to Help Relieve Joint Pain in Dogs and Cats

As our pets age, it’s very normal for them to experience some joint stiffness, pain or even arthritis. Joint pain in dogs is very common. After all, running and jumping with you for years is bound to take a toll on their happy little bones. Many pet owners struggle to relieve joint pain in dogs […]

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June 4, 2017
How Can Probiotics Help Your Pet?

Probiotics are one of today’s most commonly recommended health supplements. From babies to athletes, to your own household pets, it seems as though healthcare professionals are pushing this button pretty hard. So what is all the fuss about? What IS a probiotic, and how can it make my pet’s quality of life better? First, it’s […]

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May 11, 2017
5 Nutrients that Strengthen Your Pet's Immune System

Keeping your pet happy and healthy is a full time job. And it’s a job that your pet’s immune system takes on day and night. From healing a scraped paw to battling cancer, a healthy immune system is vital to all things healing and feeling good. The great news is there are plenty of healthy […]

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May 3, 2017
What Would You Do for Healthier Pet Food?

What would you sacrifice to be able to offer your best friend healthier pet food? Most people know that what their pet eats directly influences their overall health. The food that goes into your pet’s body can be the best building blocks and medicine. Or it can make them feel crummy. In the past few […]

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March 27, 2017
Multivitamin for Pets: Why it's Important

Why Does My Pet Need A Multivitamin? You take amazing care of your pet by feeding them the best food available, and by giving them plenty of exercise and unconditional love. But if their daily regimen doesn't include a multivitamin for pets, there may be a hole in their nutrition. Fido's diet may not be […]

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February 23, 2017
Fighting Inflammation in Pets

How to help your pet win the battle against chronic inflammation Inflammation is a hot topic of conversation anywhere health and wellness is concerned - and the wellbeing of your pet is no exception. Chronic inflammation is the culprit behind many serious diseases that can make your dog or cat miserable. Knowing how to reduce […]

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February 13, 2017
Five Foods that Love Your Pet Back

Must-have ingredients for healthy pet food, nutritious treats and happy pets Healthy pet food is hard to come by. These days, it seems like buying commercial pet food is more about looking for what’s not in the bag (corn, chicken meal, and other questionable so-called “ingredients”) rather than what is. Cooking up your own homemade […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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