Cats’ ideal nutrition is a complete and balanced wet diet. But what about cats who prefer dry food?
Gift Ideas for Every Pet Personality
Some pets make excellent road companions. Others don’t. Either way, here are tips for making your next road trip easier for both you and your pet.
A strong heart is key to a healthy body. Learn how you can keep your beloved pet’s heart healthy.
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It’s tempting to give your pets whatever makes them happy, but certain foods on your Thanksgiving menu should not be shared with your pet.
Dogs and cats give organ meats two paws up! See why these sensational super-proteins are great for your pets.
Shedding, flaky skin, dryness…it’s unpleasant and not pretty. Learn how you can help improve your cat’s skin and coat.
You love your dog, and you want to indulge him with food that makes him happy. Can you give him some of your food?
Does your cat have a sensitive stomach? Learn more about cats’ common digestive issues and how to help them.
The right nutrition can help cats look and feel their best. Find out how!
Dry food can be very beneficial for cats, both nutritionally and behaviorally. Find out why!
We’re not talking about nice comments, although we like those too. We mean pet food complements, like meal toppers and treats. Find out why they’re good for pets!
Learn how the right nutrition can help your pets live fuller, longer lives.
Learn what “minimally processed” means, and why it’s best!
Learn about your pet’s protein needs.
Learn about the powerful digestive benefits of pumpkin, ginger, and wheatgrass. Plus, new Tiki Mixology recipes perfect for sensitive pets!
Ten ideas to take treat time from passive to playful, making it more interactive and fun for all.
Learn tips for transitioning, safe storage, and more.
Boring bowls? Not around these parts.
Bringing home a new kitten or puppy is such a fun time in your family!
Read about six great reasons to feed wet food to your pets.
Big-boned…extra furry…the struggle is real. While there are many names for it, the reality is that some cats are not very active, and some are simply prone to weight gain.
Your pet has been good all year long (ok, mostly good). So, this holiday, indulge them with the feast of their dreams. We’re talking four courses, maybe a little mood music, some twinkle lights…because, why not? Have fun with it!
Fall is a time for family, both furry and human. It’s about giving thanks for what and who we have, and enjoying life’s simple pleasures before the holiday havoc begins. Here are a few ways to keep your pet safe and healthy this fall while soaking up the together time: