November 4, 2015
Human Food That’s OKAY to Feed Your Dog

Human food that’s okay to feed your dog? When the topic of feeding your dog “people food” arises in conversation, there tends to be an air of either judgment or shame that comes over the exchange. Because, as a whole, it’s been deemed an unsafe practice to feed dogs anything but their pet food. There […]

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October 14, 2015
How to Prevent Pet Obesity

According to The Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, an estimated 52.7% of U.S. dogs and 57.9% of US cats are overweight or obese. Those are some staggering statistics. Pet obesity is a serious health condition, which can lead to diabetes, crippling arthritis, high blood pressure, and increased cancer risk. As caregivers, we’re responsible for ensuring […]

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September 2, 2015
3 Tips to Switch Your Cat to The Original CrockPET Diet

3 Tips to Switch Your Cat to The Original CrockPET Diet As you become more familiar with the benefits of homemade pet food, you might be thinking, “My dog will love it, but I’ll never convince my cat to eat it!” This is one of our most frequent concerns, but it’s surprisingly simple to overcome! […]

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August 26, 2015
DIY Dog Treat: Dried Beef Liver

Today we are making simple and healthy, 1 ingredient dried beef liver treats for dogs. Most DIY dog treats are made with the perfect cookie cutter dog bone shape, but unfortunately many of these treats contain grains and flour. These ingredients often cause inflammatory and allergic reactions in dogs. This dried beef liver recipe may […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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