September 4, 2017
5 Cooling Foods for Dogs and Cats

Feeding your pet cooling foods can help them feel more hydrated and balanced, especially during the warmer months. But cooling foods can also help reduce inflammation, any time of year. Here are five foods that your pet will love, that will also help them cool down. Summer may be drawing to a close, but in […]

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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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May 20, 2017
3 Big Reasons Our Pets Love The CrockPET Diet

If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it one hundred times by now: the food your pet eats directly affects their health. But have you ever considered the fact that it also has a direct impact on their happiness as well? If your dog does a little happy dance at mealtime, or kitty comes running […]

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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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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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October 28, 2015
Food Therapy: The Health Benefits of Home-Cooked Pet Food

There are multiple reasons to  prepare home-cooked food for your pet. The most important is that you know exactly what your pet is eating. In a recent article in the Journal of Animal Physiology and Nutrition, the authors tested for the common dog food allergens in several high-end venison-based foods. The study found that they all […]

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August 5, 2015
5 Questions to Ask Your Veterinarian about Chronic Kidney Disease

When you hear devastating news about your pet’s kidney health, veterinarians understand that your mind shuts down and you might not be able to ask necessary questions. However, after the initial shock of the diagnosis, it’s imperative to ask your vet the right questions in order to be fully informed. In many cases, you may […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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