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 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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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 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 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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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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Cheers to a Lifetime of Great Health!
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