A homemade dog food recipe - using pork, oats, blueberries, bell peppers, broccoli, walnut oil, and supplements. Complete and balanced for adult dogs.
I remember my first experience with Pancreatitis in dogs - it was Thanksgiving at my mother-in-law’s house and their pup Hunter was getting his normal Turkey Dinner “special” which consisted of all the Turkey organ meats. It was a tradition for him, and you could tell he knew the drill. However, little did we know [...]
If you go into any pet food store you will see claims of "Grain Free" plastered all over pet foods. The question becomes - should I feed my dog a grain-free diet?
You should know that there are TWO types of kidney disease. One that is "acute" meaning quick or rapid onset, and one that is "chronic" meaning that the disease has been going on for a long period of time. Acute onset Kidney Disease often happens due to immediate trauma - think of a car crash [...]
Most dog food recipes found on the internet are not complete and balanced - here are the 14 nutrients that are usually left out of homemade dog food recipes.
There is an entire subset of dogs that are more picky - they may like food one day, but not the next. The typical picky dog may rotate through many different types of food or toppers in order to keep things interesting. Personally I have seen more picky Chihuahua’s, finicky Huskies, selective Shi Tzus, fussy Yorkies and choosy Doodles than any other breeds. However the truly picky dog can be rather rare - most picky pups actually have other reasons why they might not want to eat.
I think at some point in your puppy's first year every puppy owner starts to wonder when they should transition to adult dog food, and some even wonder if they should transition their pup to adult food at all. And they answer is actually more complicated than you might think. First you need to understand [...]
Choosing your dog's food can be a very overwhelming process, and so many people seem to have opinions of what is best for your pup and your family. But truth is that the best food for one dog is NOT the best food for another, and no dog food is universally good for all dogs. There are SIX main considerations to keep in mind when choosing a food that is appropriate for your pet - Age, Lifestyle, Breed, Medical Conditions, Type of Food, and Budget. Depending on your pet or your situation one of these categories may play a bigger role than the others.