January 11, 2017
The Golden Years: Important Senior Pet Care Tips

 As pet parents, we all hope that our furbabies will live well in their golden years. Thanks to better animal medical care, improved diets, supplements, and medications and your unconditional love, pets seem to be living longer than ever. That’s great news! The more time we get with our cats or dogs, the better. There […]

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November 30, 2016
The Ultimate Holiday Pet Gift Guide

Every year our furbabies shower us with unconditional love and affection. They cuddle us when we are cold, cozy up to us when we are sad, and keep us on our feet with trips to the park. Some kitties and pups even work hard all year round as service animals. So, when it comes time […]

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November 23, 2016
Giving Thanks: CrockPET Diet Success Stories

Wet puppy kisses, kitty cuddles, and an endless amount of unconditional love. Our pets give us so much to be thankful for. And for that reason, I’m sure you’d do just about anything to show your gratitude for their love and affection. So what happens your pet begins to age or develops a chronic or […]

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November 9, 2016
7 Vet-Approved Holiday Pet Feeding Tips

The holiday season has arrived and that means one thing for many families...delicious food! No celebration would be complete without turkey, pie, stuffing, cookies, vegetables, and of course your great grandmother's sweet potato recipe. With all the delicious smells filling your house, you bet your furbabies will be under the table just begging for a […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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