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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February 15, 2018
Dog Love: Trust, Healing and Forgiveness

There is no love like dog love. Few creatures, if any, in this world are as loving and devoted as a dog. They greet us with happy tail wags and sloppy kisses, snuggle us when we are lonely or sad (or for no good reason at all) and provide us with unconditional love and friendship. […]

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January 26, 2018
Food Energetics and Healthy Pet Diets

Cooking at home with The Original CrockPet Diet gives you access to the epitome of healthy pet diets. But understanding some basics of food energetics will help you choose the right ingredients, just for your pet The core concept of Food or Diet Therapy, is achieving balance. In most western countries, our idea of a […]

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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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December 16, 2015
Pet-Friendly Christmas Cookie Recipe

We’re sharing our favorite pet-friendly Christmas cookie recipe—because—why should Santa have all the fun this year? Sure, it’s easier to buy the pre-made treats at the store, but these often include toxic ingredients that can cause inflammatory and allergic reactions in dogs. When we make our pets’ cookies ourselves, we’re able to know all of […]

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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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June 10, 2015
Kidney Diseases in Dogs: Prevention Starts in the Bowl

Kidney diseases in dogs can be prevented with a dog food you make at home. Before you look for symptoms of kidney failure in dogs, get proactive about their health. Read more…

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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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