May 6, 2019
Why is it so Hard to Feed my Pet Healthy Food?

  Grain-free. Organic. Raw. Home-cooked. Canned and kibble. With so many options to choose from, how do you decide what food is healthiest for your pet? Even then, the list of ingredients, formulas and recipes can be daunting and overwhelming. Take a deep breath, sit back, and relax. Because if you’re worried already, you’re doing […]

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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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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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February 3, 2017
A Resolution for Nutrition

How keeping your pet healthy can keep you on track This time of year, health and nutrition are front-and-center for many of us. Even though most new year resolutions fall by the wayside by now, your furry friends can help get you back on track. Most pet owners do everything they can to keep their […]

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March 23, 2016
Depression and Anxiety in Dogs

Humans tend to think of our canine friends as the happiest of all creatures. With all the tail wagging, face licking, and cuddling going in, is it even possible that dog depression and anxiety actually exist? The short answer: yes. However, there are certain signs to look out for. Like human beings, dogs sometimes feel […]

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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