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According to vets and nutritionists, using harsh household chemicals or otherwise keeping a sterile home can negatively impact your pets’ health. Often, living in a sterile environment can lower your dog’s immune system and leave him vulnerable to developing allergies.
As a conscientious pet caregiver, you may ask yourself: Can I give my dog blueberries? The answer is, a resounding, yes. Blueberries are a healthy, low-calorie snacks for dogs.
As the US experiences record high heat, dogs are at an especially high risk of heatstroke, exhaustion, and paw burns. Take the proper cautions to protect your pet this summer by following these simple hot weather safety tips:
A frequent question we get from new pet owners trying raw dog food for the first time is, “How do we decide which protein to feed our dog?” For most, the answer is a simple one: Choose a meat that you know your dog already likes or has eaten before. Try out a few different varieties to find his favorite.
Limited ingredient dog foods are a relatively new pet trend. This guide explains types of limited ingredient foods, what they offer, when it’s time to make the switch, and how it can help pets suffering from allergies, itchy skin, and sensitive stomachs.
Grain-free dog food. It sounds new and trendy, but it’s quite the opposite. While the concept has received more attention in recent years, it’s rooted in ancient times.
The Institute for Responsible Technology recently completed a study measuring the levels of glyphosate, a popular weed-killer, in dog food brands. The study found Darwin’s Natural Pet Products to be among the best when it comes to glyphosate levels, ranking as third lowest out of more than 20 tested products.
Setting up a feeding schedule for your dog can seem daunting, especially when transitioning to a new diet. Here are our best tips to guide you through the process and answer some of your feeding schedule questions.